Each student in the Honors College is assigned an adviser from our Honors College staff. Honors College advisers work closely with students on issues such as course selection, major selection, graduate and professional school options, internships and research opportunities.
Honors College students are assigned to an adviser based on their interests and school of enrollment (School of Arts & Sciences, Rutgers Business School, School of Environmental & Biological Sciences, School of Engineering, Mason Gross School of the Arts or the School of Pharmacy). Honors College academic advisers are specialists in their area and will help make sure that students meet the Honors College requirements within the curriculum of their particular school. The Honors College Office of Academic Advising exists to support the academic and personal well-being of our students. We are not a confidential resource, so we may be legally required to report certain situations to protect the welfare of our students and the greater University community. The University has confidential resources available for students through the following sources:
- For mental health support or concerns, visit Counseling, ADAP and Psychiatric Services (CAPS).
- For medical concerns, visit University Health Services.
- For support regarding sexual violence, relationship abuse, stalking or other crime victimization, visit The Office For Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA).