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As a part of the University’s Strategic Plan, Rutgers announced they intend to revamp financial aid to eventually create a “One-Stop Shop,” where the Rutgers community can go to one location for all student services.The plan was initiated as a result of the University's efforts to improve the student experience, said Neal Buccino, a University spokesperson.Buccino said students described a “pain point” as having to go from office to office, dealing with long lines and not reaching the right person to solve their problem.
For the last decade, New Jersey residents have paid the highest property taxes in the nation, but both candidates in the gubernatorial election have proposed plans that intend to reform state taxes.
For the last 45 years, progressive individuals have met to preserve the legacy of the Modern School — an anarchist community that used to exist near Rutgers.
By 2019, the University plans to open “One-Stop Shop” service center on Busch campus, where students can access financial aid, student accounting, parking services and transcripts.
Students struggling with the cost of on-campus housing have found solace in Helyar House, a residential house on Cook campus that gives students in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences an opportunity to live on campus at a reduced cost.
Thousands of students at Rutgers University take online classes and in many ways, they are revolutionizing the way people think of the traditional classroom.Richard Novak, the vice president for Continuing Studies and Distance Education, said that the online class has improved at Rutgers over the past few years as newer technologies have been developed and more faculty members have been instructed on how to design their courses and teach online most effectively.A wider variety of courses are being taught at both the graduate and undergraduate level online than ever before, Novak said. There are newly offered online degrees that students who never come to campus and may be outside of New Jersey can take.
The Rutgers University bus system, operating across the New Brunswick and Newark campuses, is the second largest bus system in the state, surpassed only by New Jersey Transit's statewide bus system.According to a press release from First Transit, the company that operates the Rutgers bus system, there are 70 bus drivers between the two campuses, and the fleet is 50 buses strong.“It's a good company.
The "Millennial Day of Action," a rally supporting Phil Murphy's gubernatorial candidacy and other Democratic candidates running for office in the Nov.
On the morning of Oct. 27, one day after President Donald J. Trump declared the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency, the Eagleton Institute of Politics hosted a timely workshop about multidisciplinary approaches to combating opioid abuse.The event, entitled “Opioid Abuse: Searching for Solutions in Science and Politics,” was part of the Eagleton Science and Politics Workshop series and was open to current Rutgers graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty. About 50 people from a wide array of academic and professional disciplines were in attendance.The discussion was moderated by John Weingart, associate director of Eagleton, and featured four distinguished panelists: New Jersey State Sen.
One of the drivers at Rutgers said that there are no designated breaks during his 8-12 hour shifts, which is why most drivers opt to make longer stops at the Rutgers Student Center.
Rutgers recently revamped their system for online classes, but the degree of difficulty for remote classes remains high.
An event at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on Douglass campus gave a comprehensive look at how the country can strategically combat the opioid epidemic.
With the New Jersey elections less than two weeks away, Phil Murphy’s campaign held an event at Rutgers to mobilize younger voters. Local bands, dancers and politicians took the stage throughout the afternoon.
A shooting broke out early Saturday morning at a Rutgers greek life event, leaving one man shot in the shoulder, according to a New Brunswick police statement.New Brunswick Police Captain JT Miller said the altercation began around 1:30 a.m.
More than 3,200 students have signed a petition calling for the suspension of a professor under review by the University for circulating anti-Semitic posts on his personal Facebook page.The posts made by Michael Chikindas, a professor in the Department of Food Sciences, included caricatures and cartoons criticizing Israeli policies or the U.S.’s relationship with Israel, according to New Jersey 101.5.Chikindas said his pages were hacked and his personal information was exposed in an email to New Jersey 101.5.