Class of 2020 Evening Advising

 

If you are interested in attending the  Class of 2020 Evening Advising, please fill out the information below. 

Thursday, April 12th from 5:00pm-7:00pm. You are required to choose a time slot. Location is BEST 111. 

Advising will include discussing the courses will need to sign up for the fall, H/SS electives, Major/Minor, and to help you figure out Degree Navigator. 

 

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Rutgers Students Shine in Hult Prize Competition

Two teams made Rutgers history by winning the Hult Prize Regionals Competition for their groundbreaking energy innovations. Known as the Nobel Prize for students, the Hult Prize is the world’s largest engine for innovative startups emerging from college campuses. This year’s challenge was to build a scalable, sustainable social enterprise that harnesses the power of energy to transform the lives of 10 million people by 2025, according to the Hult Prize challenge document.

Rutgers Leads Rail Safety Research and Education in New Jersey and New York

March 19, 2018

Professor seeks “helluva (better) way to run a railroad”

Millions of commuters and goods worth billions of dollars rely on the safety and efficiency of railway systems in the region, including NJ Transit, Amtrak, PATH, New York City subways, CSX Corp., Norfolk Southern Corp. and many shortline freight railroads.

And in an era of high-profile railroad accidents and rising rail traffic, many of these systems face challenges ranging from infrastructure integrity to operational safety to uncertainty regarding future funding.

Permission to March

If you are finishing your last few courses, after the spring (including a max of one course in the fall) and wish to participate in the May graduation cermony before you are done, please complete a Permission to March form, and upload it below.
April 1st is the deadline to apply and for all  summer courses to be registered and paid. 

The deadline has passed. It is too late to request Permission to March in the 2018 graduation ceremony

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