Rutgers University / Research & Enrollment Information Services

Areas We Serve

Academic Units

At Rutgers, 31 schools and colleges serve students seeking an undergraduate education, professional studies, graduate degrees, graduate medical education, and postdoctoral education. The schools and colleges provide personalized courses of study within the breadth of offerings of a major research university whose academic excellence springs from a core focus on the arts and sciences.

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Students
Admissions

Applying is the next step to take advantage of opportunities to study with world-class scholars, gain a solid grounding in core arts and sciences, and explore ideas and discoveries that haven't even made it into textbooks yet.

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Office of the Registrar

The New Brunswick Registrar's Offices serve as the custodian of student academic records. We provide and maintain essential processes and answer inquiries with confidentiality and integrity for our students, faculty, and administrators while supporting our mission. We also provide and support registration, transcripts and verifications, posting of grades and degrees, changes in residency, calendars, name and address changes, Veteran's benefits, awarding of diplomas, aswell as graduation and commencement information.

For more information, please visit the Office of the Registrar website.

Rutgers University Pre-College Programs

Rutgers University is invested in providing college awareness, enrichment, and academic outreach opportunities to elementary, middle, and high school-aged students through various pre-college programs. Students and families can search REIS’ comprehensive Pre-College Directory to find Rutgers-affiliated programs of interest, and request additional information directly from program staff. Students can also create a free, customizable online MyRutgersFuture portal account to access in-depth information about Rutgers. Through this interactive portal, prospective students are able to connect with pre-college programs, register for on-campus events, learn about majors and career options at the university, enter high school grades to link to their Rutgers application, and receive advising on academic progress via the RUonTarget feature.

REIS also provides pre-college programs at Rutgers with research, benchmarking, evaluation and tracking resources and support. This includes direct consultation on program evaluation and methodology, tool development, and report writing assistance. REIS also supports Enrollment Management, pre-college partners, and Rutgers partners with grant writing and case-making efforts and has helped earn over $3.5 million dollars in grant funding in 2015 and 2016 alone. REIS works closely with Rutgers Future Scholars, a program aimed at increasing the numbers of high school graduates who come from low-income backgrounds who are accepted to and enroll at Rutgers and other universities throughout the country. Those who matriculate at Rutgers earn a tuition-free education. For more information, please visit the Rutgers Future Scholars website.


Click here to access our new REIS-ource Library, with resources, tools, and data relevant for pre-college programs.
Office of Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid's primary objective is to assist students and families in planning for and meeting expenses associated with attendance at the University. With offices at the Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick campuses, it focuses on establishing aid eligibility, awarding scholarships, grants, loans, and employment to eligible students, and providing financial aid counseling to students and families for the resolution of problems associated with financing an education. It serves as the primary advocate for students and families, assisting them in securing necessary financial resources.

For more information, please visit the Office of Financial Aid website.

Student Success

REIS created and co-leads the university-wide Student Success Committee (SSC), designed to improve university undergraduate student outcomes (academic performance, retention, and graduation rates). The SSC successfully reached consensus on establishing benchmarks, goals, recommendations, and regular assessments.