Where to get academic advice at Rutgers depends on the school student is attending and the major the student has declared.
The academic programs of Rutgers University-New Brunswick serve the academic needs of adult and nontraditional students who seek opportunities to earn a college degree and continue their professional and personal development.
The programs and services of University College Community enable students to avail themselves of the rich academic resources offered in a comprehensive public research university. UCC endeavors to foster an intimate learning environment to promote academic excellence in undergraduate education for adult and nontraditional students.
- School 61- UCNB Students: Those students who remained with the UC curriculum may still be advised by UCC. Contact Betsy Feliciano-Berrios: firstname.lastname@example.org. All nontraditional students are welcome to visit our offices for student services information and to learn more about the programs available specifically for them.
- University College Community offers advising for students enrolled in one of the Professional Schools degree programs (School of Management and Labor Relations- BS in Labor & Employment Relations or Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy- BS in Public health or BS in Public Policy). Please visit the Professionals Schools page for academic related services and support.
- The School of Arts and Sciences offers advising at all campus locations: http://sasundergrad.rutgers.edu/academics/advising/advising-centers Adult/nontraditional student enrolled at the School of Arts and Sciences can speak to an advisor at the SAS Nontraditional Student Office.
- To reach advisors at other Undergraduate Schools within Rutgers, go directly to the school’s website: http://nb.rutgers.edu/academics/schools-colleges and or academic department’s website: http://nb.rutgers.edu/academics/academic-departments-programs
Nontraditional students often have questions about the college they will attend, whether it is right for them academically and financially. For preadmission advice, ask the University College Community: email@example.com.