Student Support Services

Contact Us

LSH, A319, Livingston Campus
Phone: (848) 445-4001
Fax: (732) 445-1488

Postal Address:
Student Support Services
54 Joyce Kilmer Ave.
Piscataway, NJ 08854


Workshop/Technical Support:

01/20/2017 (All day) — McNair Program Application Available for Cohort 2018! Apply Today!
Are you a rising Sophomore or Junior? Interested an advanced degree? The Ronald E. McNair Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program, a nationally recognized program funded by the U.S. Department of Education, is now accepting applications for our 2018 cohort. The services provided are designed to prepare participants who demonstrate strong academic potential and scholarship skills necessary for... Continued
12/14/2017 - 2:00pm — Educational Opportunity Fund Presents: Attire for Hire
Educational Opportunity Fund Presents: Attire for Hire Many professionals have some business suits and other work clothes that are no longer needed.  So instead of throwing them out, this program will allow them to donate both men and women’s work attire (if in good condition). We will then distribute the clothing to students in need of such attire within the EOF program.  This... Continued

Walk-In Wednesdays Advising

Open Advising Walk-In Hours! Student Support Services  provide in-person, individual advising for students who are first in their family to attend college here at Rutgers – New Brunswick. Advisors will be available for walk-in advising throughout the spring... Continued

Admitted to a Master Degree Program: Abuchi Oguonu

Abuchi Oguonu
My name is Abuchi Oguonu and I am in my senior year at Rutgers University as an Information Technology major and I have recently been accepted into a 4+1 Dual Degree Masters Program in my major. I wanted to share a bit of my journey towards getting accepted to inform, and maybe help,... Continued

2017 Alternative Spring Break: Suraiea Hussain, SSS Scholar

Suraiea Hussain
My name is Suraiea Hussain, a rising senior and double major in Human Resource Management and Communications. For Spring Break ’17, I had the honor of participating in an alternative spring break class in the Dominican Republic through the Center for Latino Arts and Culture. This was my... Continued