Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs
- About Student Affairs
- Campus Center
- Student Involvement
- Career Center
- Dean of Students
- Event Services
- Health Services
- International Students
- Office of New Student Programs
- Residence Life
- Veterans Services
The division is committed to help motivate and inspire students to devote time and energy to educationally- purposeful activities both inside and outside the classroom.
We promote student leadership and professional development, help students address special needs or difficulties, provide opportunities for students to be involved on campus, in athletics, in organizations and in administrative committees.
The Division of Student Affairs works to improve the quality of student life for all students and the campus community. Our programs and services help prepare students for successful careers, and allow students to remain healthy and active.
As a Division III program we are committed to an environment in which a student athlete’s athletic activities exist as a integral part of her/his educational experience. The academic success of our student athletes and their preparation for employment and/or further study is an integral aspect of our mission.
Consonant with the goals of the campus and the University, the Athletic Program at Rutgers-Camden is committed to personal fulfillment, a respect and appreciation for diversity, and excellence. To achieve these goals the athletic program provides equitable opportunities and institutional supports for students and student-athletes, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation, to achieve his/her highest athletic and intellectual potential while maintaining her/his health and well-being.
The common goal among the Rutgers-Camden athletic administrators, coaching staff, and student athletes is to reflect the values of the University by achieving excellence through athletic training and competition while abiding by the standards of the NCAA, good sportsmanship and ethical conduct.
It is a Rutgers University policy to make the benefits and services of its educational program, which applies to undergraduate, graduate and professional schools, available to students without discrimination based on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, handicap, marital or veteran status.
We understand that doing your best academically springs from having a strong mind and body.
Towards that end we provide medical, psychological, alcohol / drug / nicotine assistance and health promotion services to assist you in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff provides general medical care, sports medicine, and women's/men's health; individual and group psychological counseling, psychiatric services, alcohol/drug/nicotine counseling; and wellness services through the provision of health promotion programs to the campus.
Our staff is comprised of caring and concerned professionals who are licensed/certified in their area of expertise. The medical and psychological care provided is of the highest quality. Student Health Services is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). This accreditation represents our promise to provide high quality services in a caring environment that is responsive to your needs.
As Director of Rutgers-Camden Student Health Services, I speak for our entire staff as we welcome you and wish you health, wellness and success in your academic endeavors.
Paul Peyton Brown
Director, Rutgers University Student Health Services
The Center for International Programs (CIP) is committed to providing quality advising services and supportive programming to our international population. The goal of the CIP is to support your academic success by helping you navigate the challenges you encounter as an international student. The CIP will assist you with concerns related to immigration and acculturation throughout your stay at Rutgers. Please check this web site regularly for procedural information and immigration updates, as well as workshops and social programs. In addition, the CIP will send out emails with news updates on a regular basis. Please make sure to read these emails as they may contain important information regarding your immigration status.
I encourage you to contact the office with any questions you might have regarding the services provided and/or the information contained on this site. And, once again, welcome to Rutgers University-Camden.
Wishing you great success,
Assistant Dean, International Students
The Office of New Student Programs facilitates the transition, adjustment and connection of first-year and transfer students to our campus community. We support new students and their family members through the various processes in order to ensure academic and social success at Rutgers-Camden.
Experience Rutgers-Camden! Be Inspired. Get Involved.
Let us help you…
• Develop meaningful relationships with peers, student leaders, faculty and staff.
• Utilize available academic and support resources.
• Ensure you are aware of important dates and deadlines.
• Discover ways to feel connected to our campus community.
• Learn techniques on how to successfully navigate the campus.
• Imagine a small community setting where most of the faces you’ll see on a daily basis look familiar because interaction between peers is frequent.
• Imagine living in a comfortable, spacious, and secure suite with 3-5 other people that share similar goals and interests as you.
• Imagine short walks to class, worry-free parking, easy access to Philadelphia and the surrounding area, and those all-too-important cat naps in between classes.
• Imagine yourself taking a trip to New York to see a play, to Baltimore to visit a museum, or to Canada for Spring Break.
• Imagine hanging out with new friends while playing pool or air hockey, or exercising in the fitness center.
This can all be yours by staying on-campus—the options are limitless.