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Dear Student: As the housing selection process for next year approaches, I wanted to contact you regarding your accommodations for the 2020-2021 academic year. Though it feels early to think about next year’s housing, the General Housing Selection Process for next year will begin at the start of the Spring semester, and our Special Housing Selection Process takes place in the Fall semester so that we can meet the needs of the students that need…

IMPORTANT - Please be advised that the email sent under the name of Bill Welsh advising of an approved Federal Supplemental Grant is a hoax and should be deleted from your computer. Do not click the link for more details. Updated October 31, 2019

The Office of Disability Services is currently accepting applications for two scholarships. The David Rose scholarship is approximately $1,800 for a full-time undergraduate student with a preference given to students with a physical disability. The Jane E. Duffy Stach scholarship provides three awards of approximately $3,900 each. These awards are for graduate and undergraduate students who have been diagnosed with a learning disability…

We have learned that some recent emails sent to students from our office have ended up in their spam folders. If you believe that you should have received something from us, please check your spam folder.  Add our office to your contacts list if you find a stray email in there.  If you have any questions contact dsoffice@echo.rutgers.edu.  

Academic coaching is a comprehensive service provided by the Learning Centers for students who want to improve their academic and self-management skills, such as time management, organization and study skills. The Learning Centers offer this support to help students achieve their academic goals along with self-advocacy and independent, life-long learning. For more information on this service you can visit their website or Schedule an Academic…