Honors College Resources
You have access to a deep network of support at the Honors College to help you be as successful as possible. Below are Fall 2020 office hours for HC staff. For details on how to contact them and meet during office hours, please visit the Virtual Honors College.
Dean Matsuda, Academic Dean
Virtual Office Hours | Wednesdays 3-5pm & Fridays 11am-12pm
Dean Gilmore, Administrative Dean
Virtual Office Hours | Mondays & Thursdays 2:30-4:00pm
HC Advising & Academic Services
HC Student Affairs Office Hours
The Student Affairs team offers virtual office hours to support students with non-academic needs. Below you will find the weekly student affairs office hours schedule.
- Dean Oluwadare | Mondays 11am-1pm & Wednesdays 2-4pm
- Dean Klein | Tuesdays, 2-4pm
- Alexander Rosado-Torres | Tuesdays 6-8pm
- Dean Baron | Thursdays 2:30-4:30pm
HC Professional Development
Andrea Rydel, Assistant Dean for Professional Development, is available for virtual appointments to discuss internship and job searches, post-graduation planning, and other special opportunities. Email her at email@example.com to make an appointment.
Wellness & Counseling at the HC
Shan Reeves is our dedicated Rutgers CAPS counselor working directly with the Honors College to help you address challenges and emotions that you may be feeling throughout the year. Counseling sessions are private, free, and confidential. For more information on Let's Tele Talk hours and other health and wellness resources, please visit our Wellness & Counseling webpage.
Counseling Services Through CAPS
If you or someone you know is in crisis, please visit the Student Health Crisis Page.
The Honors College is a community built on shared respect and responsibility. We value and embrace the diversity of our students as a hallmark of what higher education should be, and we re-affirm our commitment to welcome and support all of our students. If you've observed or experienced any bias incident due to fear/misinformation about coronavirus while on campus, please report it to go.rutgers.edu/biasreporting. If you feel unsafe in your home community, report incidences to your local law enforcement department, and if urgent, call 911.
University Information for Students and Parents
Rutgers Student Success Resources
View the Rutgers Student Success Resources webpage for a full range of support, from safety, wellness, and financial assistance to academics, career preparedness, community, and getting involved.
Student Technology Support
Office of Career Exploration and Success
Rutgers Student Affairs
Rutgers Student Food Pantry
The Rutgers Student Food Pantry page provides details on their new location at the Graduate Student Lounge, and appointment-only operating procedure, as well as their food-handling process.
Rutgers Learning Centers
The Rutgers Learning Centers page has a virtual help desk and information about remote tutoring, writing support, study groups, and more, as well as a Remote Learning Guide to help you transition successfully.
Dean of Students Office
The Office of the Dean of Students will work in partnership with the Honors College deans to address your needs. In addition to contacting the Honors College, you may also contact the Dean of Students directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a same day response and they will work to schedule students through telephone.
Rutgers Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance
The Rutgers Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance provides direct service to Individuals, as well as education, training, policy development, and consulting to the University, and the broader community.
The following web resources have been prepared for faculty and students to ensure that courses continue to be accessible for students with disabilities:
Douglass Student Resources
Please visit Douglass Residential College Student Resources Page for additional resources.