Good News

Dean's List Spring 2017

Office of the Secretary of Higher Education Senior Award recipients-click here to view

Spring 2017 SAS EOF Textbook/Educational Supplies Scholarship recipients-click here to view

Good News 2017-2018 #6

Please join us in congratulating the following EOF students, graduates, and staff from the: liberal arts colleges, Douglass Residential College (DRC), Mason Gross School of the Arts (MGSA), School of Arts and Sciences (SAS), School of Business (RBS), the School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR), and Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy (EJBSPPP), on their special accomplishments inside and outside of the classroom.

If you are considering making a donation to Rutgers, I highly encourage you to make it to the EOF Program at the School of Arts and Sciences (Cornerstone Project ID 501533; former RIAS account 539523). We use this account to assist current EOF students with emergency funds (for example, meals over winter/spring break, glasses, medication), educational enrichment (Study Abroad, graduate exam fees), and travel expenses for internships/externships. Your generosity is appreciated. Here is the link:

We want to increase our social media presence to share information, and pictures of students/events.  If you use Facebook, please friend the SAS EOF Program at:  SAS EOF is now on Instagram @RU_SAS_EOF.  We are using the hashtag #RU1stEOF.  If you attend events, and want to share a picture, it would be great if you used this hashtag, so we can have them in one place.

Click here to see the list of 127 SAS EOF Scholars who were honored at the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education EOF Senior Award Ceremony: Award categories: Academic Achievement 3.2-3.49; Outstanding Academic Achievement 3.5-3.99; Distinguished Scholar 4.0.

253 SAS EOF students made the Dean’s List for their respective Schools in Fall 2016! Click here to view them:


110 SAS EOF Scholars were honored by the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education, at a ceremony held at Georgian Court University for their academic achievements. Academic Achievement 3.2-3.49, Outstanding Academic Achievement 3.5-3.99, Distinguished Scholar 4.0:


The following SAS EOF Scholars have been accepted into Access Med Phase I (


Jose Ayala

Yasmary Cespedes

Andrew Cruz

Emely Fernandez

Steven Gravier-Leon

Ashley Monroy

Ana Sofia Pareja


Tanla Ayik was accepted into the master’s degree program in Human Resource Management at Rutgers University.


Jennifer (Rodriguez) Bucalo SAS ’15 is a Graduate Fellow in the Honors Living-Learning Community at Rutgers University-Newark.


Carolyn Chang RC ’81, CLAW ’87 is the President of the Association of Black Women Lawyers – NJ.


Laura Luciano LC ’98 will be creating the office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance at Rutgers University-Camden.


Bryan Matthew was invited to join the Criminal Justice Honors Society. He is also a peer mentor for the Student Support Services Program.


Bhavik Patel interned with Bank of America this summer and was offered a full-time position.


Gabrielle Pignatelli is participating in the Aresty Undergraduate Research Program.


Kevin Salcedo participated in Study Abroad in Japan.


Kulsom Zehra (DRC) is the Event Coordinator of Ahlul-Bayt Student Association (ABSA).


Attention EOF students - please join our EOF Facebook group:!/saseof?fref=ts

  • Attention EOF Alumni - if you graduated from Douglass College, Livingston College, Rutgers College, Mason Gross School of the Arts, University College, or any of the Schools we currently serve, we welcome you to be part of the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) EOF Alumni Facebook group:!/groups/156523252652/