Student Resources

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Resources and Support–2023-2024


Rutgers–New Brunswick provides an extensive Student Success resource page that will be useful to you during your time here at Rutgers. It includes support across a broad range of areas, from academics to finances to healthcare. Listed below are also many resources across campus that you might need or want to tap into. 
The Honors College Deans, Academic Advisors, Faculty Fellows, and other staff members are also here to support you throughout your time in college. Meet the Honors College Team
If you run into problems or have questions, please let us know—we will work with you to identify and connect with the proper resources.

If you are facing specific challenges with food, shelter, finances, or safety here or abroad, please email us.
If you are in crisis, please visit the Rutgers Student Health Crisis webpage now ►

Honors College Resources

Connect with Us

You have access to a deep network of support at the Honors College to help you be as successful as possible. Below are ways to connect with the HC staff:


  J.D. Bowers, Dean


 HC Advising

  • Students can schedule an appointment with an advisor to go over any questions they may have about their academic standing, requirements, and class schedules.


 Krista Klein, First-Year Student Support
Available for in-person and virtual meetings by appointment—schedule an appointment.


 Shan Reeves, HC Community Based Counselor

Visit the HC staff page to connect with the HC Faculty Fellows; directors of the Forum and Cross-Cultural Competency; and others on-staff.

University Resources

Counseling Services Through CAPS

Your wellness is a priority. If you are in need of emotional support in the coming days and weeks, counseling through Rutgers CAPS is available to students. Please call 848-932-7884 to make an appointment. Honors College students may request a private and confidential Let's Talk appointment with our embedded counselor, Shan Reeves (see above under HC resources).

If you or someone you know is in crisis, please visit the Student Health Crisis Page.
You may also share a concern about a community member through the Do Something to Help resource.

Bias Incident

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 are committed to welcoming and supporting all of our students. If you've observed or experienced any bias incident, please report it to If you feel unsafe in your home community, report incidences to your local law enforcement department, and if urgent, call 911. 

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

The University Student Technology Support page provides information on videoconferencing, free Internet access and software, and more.

Office of Career Exploration and Success

The Office of Career Exploration and Success page provides operating updates, internship and job information, virtual job fairs, and more.

Rutgers Student Affairs

Rutgers Student Affairs page provides operating status for health, Dean of Students, dining, off-campus living, and more.

Rutgers Student Basic Needs

The Rutgers Student Basic Needs page provides details on their services, location, and food-handling process.

Rutgers Learning Centers 

The Rutgers Learning Centers page has information about tutoring, writing support, study groups, and more, and is available to all students.

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

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.

Disability Services

The following web resources have been prepared for faculty and students to ensure that courses continue to be accessible for students with disabilities:  

International Student Services

Rutgers Global provides services to international students as well as community.

Rutgers Cultural Collaborative

The Cultural Collaborative, includes the Asian American Cultural Center, Center for Latino Arts & Culture, Paul Robeson Cultural Center, and Center for Social Justice Education & LGBT Communities.

Spiritual Life

Find your community through the Multifaith Council resources.

Student Legal Services

Visit Student Legal Services for free professional services.