SoE COVID-19 Resources

In addition to the Rutgers-wide COVID-19 information, the resources below are intended to help you transition successfully to remote learning and support you in the coming months. 

Quick Reference:
Below is a list of additional resources that may also be useful.

University Resources

Counseling Services Through CAPS

Your wellness is a priority. If you are in need of emotional support in the coming days and weeks, counseling through Rutgers CAPS is available to students by phone. Please call 848-932-7211 to make an appointment. 

If you or someone you know is in crisis, please visit the Student Health Crisis Page.
Additionally, the Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology is offering counseling through its COVID-19 Psychological Services Network.

University Information for Students and Parents

Visit the official University webpage for students and parents, which includes information about academics, technology resources, housing, counseling, and more.  

Student Technology Support

The University Student Technology Support page provides information on videoconferencing, free Internet access and software, and more.

Office of Career Exploration and Success

The Office of Career Exploration and Success page provides operating updates, internship and job information, virtual job fairs, and more.

Rutgers Student Affairs

Rutgers Student Affairs page provides operating status for health, Dean of Students, dining, off-campus living, and more.

Rutgers Student Food Pantry

The Rutgers Student Food Pantry page provides details on their new location at the Graduate Student Lounge, and appointment-only operating procedure, as well as their food-handling process.

Rutgers Learning Centers 

The Rutgers Learning Centers page has a virtual help desk and information about remote tutoring, writing support, study groups, and more, as well as a Remote Learning Guide to help you transition successfully.

Disability Services

The following web resources have been prepared for faculty and students to ensure that courses continue to be accessible for students with disabilities:  

Also, Rutgers Access and Disability Resources is prepared to answer any questions or concerns related to creating accessible content. Please feel free to reach out at