- Pre-Departure Check-List for International Students
- Traveler's Advisory
- Applying for your Visa
- Mapping your arrival
- Staying in Legal Status
Important Information during OrientationFall 2017 International Student Orientation
Monday, August 28 to Friday, September 1
Information for Undergraduate Students
- Global Services Data Form
Print and complete this form and bring with you along with your passport and I-20/DS-2019 during the mandatory check-in and document verification session at the Center. You must complete the check-in and document verification process as soon as possible and no later than within 20 days of the start date on your I-20 in order to activate your legal F-1/J-1 record. You can check-in any time during regular working hours at the Center and during specific times as listed on the Orientation Program/Schedule.
- GAIA Centers
- International Student Adviser Assignment List
- International Student Adviser Walk-in hours
- Health Insurance Requirements
- Office of Student Health Insurance
The Office of Student Health Insurance acts as a Liaison for Students with inquiries and concerns from UnitedHealthcare insurance company, the Insurance Coordinator at Global Services, Rutgers Health Services and off campus providers. We assist students on the New Brunswick, Newark and Camden campuses. Students can visit the following links for more information.
- Campus Map
- Rutgers Health Services
Rutgers Health Services is dedicated to offering healthcare for the whole student body, mind, and spirit. In support of the Rutgers University mission, we provide health and wellness services, education, and leadership uniquely designed to meet the developmental and educational needs of the University students, enhancing the quality of life for the entire Rutgers Community.
- Rutgers Health Center Pharmacy
Rutgers Health Center Pharmacy is a full-service retail pharmacy that serves the entire Rutgers Community - students, faculty and staff.
- Letter from Campus Police Department
- Residence Life
Residence Life Residence serves the needs of over 16,000 residents who study, live, and play in around 140 buildings on four campuses in New Brunswick and Piscataway. Residence Life builds community, supports diversity, provides leadership opportunities to residents, responds to individual and community issues, and enables academic success through efforts in the residence halls.
- Recreational Services
Rutgers Recreation a full service recreation department offering instructional classes, personal training, fitness assessments, intramurals, club sports, aquatics programming, fitness centers and so much more.
- Violence Prevention Victim Assistance – Sexual Violence
The Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance is committed to creating a community free from violence. It provides services designed to raise awareness of and respond to the impact of interpersonal violence and other crimes.
- Center for Social Justice
The Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities (SJE) provides educational, social, and leadership development programs and activities for LGBT students, allies, and staff/faculty Liaisons for LGBT Students.
- Office of Information Technology (including Student Technology Guide)
- Rutgers University Mail Services
- About New Brunswick
New Brunswick, New Jersey is a vibrant city of 50,000 residents. It is a community with richly diverse neighborhoods, a bustling downtown with varied dining and shopping options, and an innovative and popular cultural arts center.
- Public Transportation
- Using Telephones in the US
- Things to Know This Week
- Where to get furniture
- Information on Applying for Drivers License
- 6 Points ID Verification: In order to obtain licenses and permits at MVC, you must prove your identity by passing 6 Point ID Verification.
- Applying for a Driver’s License or State Identification Card Factsheet
- Zimmerli Art Museum
Visit the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University - one of the largest and most distinguished university-based museums in the country. It collects, preserves, researches, and exhibits world-class works of art to provide the university community and diverse regional, national, and international audiences with direct experience of the visual arts.
- International Friendship Program (IFP)
- International Student Association (ISA - Undergraduate Students)
- Clubs and Organizations - Get Involved
Make the most of your time at Rutgers by getting involved in some of our hundreds of clubs and organizations.
Information about Services for International Students
Good to Know Information
Getting Involved On-Campus, Student Organizations and Programs