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Resources at Rutgers
- Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) - CAPS strives to be a comprehensive mental health resource center for the campus community, offering a wide variety of high quality counseling services.
- Alcohol and Other Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) - ADAP is a counseling and information program for students who are concerned about their drinking or use of other drugs, about a friend's use/abuse, or about drug or alcohol use in their family
- Housing and Residence Life - Residence Life serves the needs of over 16,000 residents who study, live, and play in approximately 140 buildings on four campuses in New Brunswick and Piscataway.
- Financial aid - Provides information on applying for aid, eligibility, award status, scholarships, sources of aid, how to apply for loans, grants, and much more.
- Career services - Committed to assisting students with making connections between their academic experience and career paths.
- Transportation services for individuals with disabilities - Available on all campuses for individuals with disabilities, or for other medical reasons.
- Libraries - The Rutgers University Libraries support and enrich the instructional, research, and public service missions of the university through the stewardship of scholarly information and the delivery of information services.
- Classroom accessibility - Information regarding accessibility of most classrooms on campus
- Disability accommodations for faculty and staff - Check out this page if you are a faculty or staff member looking to receive accommodations.
- Learning Centers - The learning centers provide an active and collaborative place to learn, through a variety of peer-led academic support services that enhance student success.
- Medical/Dietary Considerations - Dining Services will work with students who have dietary needs to ensure a medically appropriate and nutritionally sound diet.
Resources for Veterans
- Veterans Services at Rutgers -The Office of Veterans Services ensures that veteran students are fully integrated into campus life and are able to take full advantage of the broad range of intellectual and cultural activities offered by Rutgers while sharing their diverse experiences with the university community.
Visitors to Rutgers with disabilities
- Visiting Rutgers - Your site for information regarding scheduling campus tours, map and directions, and attractions around Rutgers.
- Disability Parking/Paratransit - Visit the transportation website for information about parking and transportation services for students with permanent and temporary disabilities.
- Visitor Parking - Looking for parking? Visit this site to learn more about student visitor permits, department one-day visitor permits, and other ways to park on campus.
- Campus Shuttles - Learn about our inter-campus bus and shuttle system that is available for all members of the university community.
- ADA compliance - The Office of Student Affairs Compliance monitors compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA") and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 ("Section 504") at Rutgers. We provide advice and support to university units to assist in achieving full compliance with these laws.
- Reporting ADA deficiencies - Let us know of an accessibility problem you have had or seen with one of our buildings.
Mobility resources beyond Rutgers
- NJ transit - New Jersey's bus, train, and rail system that helps you get around where you need to go.
- New Jersey Travel Independence Program (NJTIP) - Their mission is to increase the independence and self-sufficiency of people with disabilities, older adults, and others, by empowering them to use the public transit system safely and independently.
- Grievance Procedure - Rutgers has an internal grievance procedure that works towards an equitable resolution, within a reasonable time frame. Visit this page to understand our process.