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Guess what? Graduate EOF Grant Application is now online! Eligibility: First, must demonstrate an educationally and economically disadvantaged background. Second, be a New Jersey resident 12 consecutive months prior to receiving the award. Third, apply and be accepted to a participating New Jersey college or university. Fourth, be a full-time graduate student as defined by the institution. Fifth, meet the financial eligibility criteria as defined in the undergraduate section above. Sixth, be in a degree/certificate program with a minimum requirement of 24 equivalent semester hours and be at least one academic year in duration. Students who received EOF grants as undergraduates shall... continued
Book Loan Flier
The cost of textbooks can be a major expense for college students.  For students with limited income or financial aid, this cost can be a potential barrier to completing their program of study and being successful in their studies.  The SEBS EOF program is fortunate to lend used Math & English books to SEBS EOF students who are in need.  We hope that by providing this service, more SEBS EOF students will be able to complete their educational goals in a timely manner. In order to receive a used Math and/or English book, SEBS EOF students must submit the Book Loan Request Form to the SEBS EOF office.  The following books are available for a semester ONLY loan: Chemistry 161/165... continued
Calling all School of  Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS) Educatioinal Opportunity Fund (EOF) program students!!! All SEBS EOF first year students are invited to attend and join the discussion. Come voice your opinion and ask questions of the SEBS EOF staff. The SEBS EOF staff will present important informaton regarding, Fall 2017 Class Assessment, Financial Aid, Outreach, and Scholarship Achievement. Students are encouraged to ask questions and present any issues or concerns. If you have any questions please contact Dr. Jacqueline Moore at: jacqueline.Moore1@rutgers.edu This event is mandatory for all first year students... continued
RU Researching Flyer
RU Researching: A Discussion Focusing on Research: Zora Neale Hurston states, “Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a purpose.” The School of Environmental and Biological Sciences are hosting a discussion that will address the need for students to pursue research during and beyond their academic careers. The discussion will feature presentations from professors and students in the Rutgers community. The presentations will address the professor’s experiences about making their way into a research career.  The presentations will be complimented with a poster presentation session. The poster presentation will consist of students in the Rutgers community, both past and... continued