Student Support Services

Contact Us

LSH, A317, Livingston Campus
Phone: (848) 445-4001
Fax: (732) 445-1488
Email: russs@echo.rutgers.edu

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

Tutoring: ssstutor@echo.rutgers.edu

Workshop/Technical Support:
russs@echo.rutgers.edu

Academic Coaches:
Ms. Cindy Yeung
09/02/2015 - 10:20am — Fall Info Sessions
Fall Info Session
All new and returning students must attend an Information Session the first week of the semester in order to participate in any SSS events and services! Please make sure you don’t miss it!  All sessions are first come, first serve basis. All infosessions will take place at Lucy Stone Hall 3rd Floor Hall. You will learn about everything we are offering this semester and meet new... Continued
09/08/2015 - 12:00pm — Job Readiness at Rutgers and Beyond
Job Readiness at Rutgers and Beyond
Are you a first-time student employee confused about the Federal Work Study Program process, or are you interested in other part-time job opportunities? Are you unsure or overwhelmed about working while attending school, or do you feel you don't need to? The Rutgers University Student Employment Office will be offering an on and off-campus job readiness workshop to help provide a better... Continued
09/15/2015 - 12:00pm — Mysteries of Math: Study Skills for Math Based Courses
The Mysteries of Math
Come learn some of the basic strategies for studying effectively for Math courses. If you are currently taking a math-based course, you should definitely come to this workshop so you can learn some of the basics and fundamentals of what you should be doing to succeed in your course. This workshop will go over some of the basic strategies for studying effectively for these types of courses, and be... Continued
09/15/2015 - 3:20pm — Basics of Bio: Study Skills for Biology
Basics of Bio
Come learn some of the basic strategies for studying effectively for Biology. If you are enrolled in General Biology, you should definitely come to this workshop so you can learn some of the basics and fundamentals of what you should be doing to succeed in your course. This workshop will go over the basic strategies for studying effectively, and will assist in setting you up so that you have the... Continued

Stephanie Castellanos, Tutor of the Semester, Spring 2015

Stephanie, SSS tutor of the semester
I am a junior in the Edward J. Bloustein School and I am currently working for a Bachelor's degree in Health Administration. I have a passion for helping others, especially the least fortunate. I want to increase the access of healthcare to achieve equity. Additionally, I have always had... Continued

My Experience with SSS Wellness Module & Training for Big Chill 2014

Big Chill Group Photo
Hi everyone! To start off my name is Christopher Rubi, I’m a first year student in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers New Brunswick with ambitions to major in Political Science, and minor in the languages of French and Spanish, and I was born and raised in Camden, New Jersey.... Continued

Bridge of Transitions: Breaking Prisoner Recidivism

It is true that if you really set your mind on a goal, you can accomplish it regardless of any circumstances that may come your way. Being part of the Institute of Women’s Leadership (IWL) has developed me into the woman leader I am today.  The IWL Program is a two-year selective,... Continued