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Fall 2021 Location Update

The Graduate Student Lounge is now open.

The Food Pantry has moved to the College Avenue Student Center, Room 115. Rutgers students can make an appointment for the food pantry by visiting ruoffcampus.rutgers.edu/food.

If you are a graduate student and all of your questions are academic in nature, please contact your academic dean or advisor first. Graduate school contact information may be found here.

Office Location: The Graduate Student Life Office is located in the Graduate Student Lounge at 126 College Ave Student Center, (behind Panera).

Graduate Student Life Contacts

Mark S. Schuster

Dean for Graduate Student Life

Dean Schuster will be working in-person in room 207 and voicemail messages may be left at (848) 932-0614. If you need to meet with staff or have non-academic concerns, please leave a message in the voicemail, and someone will get back to you or refer you to the appropriate resource or office. You may also contact Dean Schuster by email at: mark.schuster@rutgers.edu.

Ariel Chun

Coordinator for Graduate Student Life

Ariel will be working in-person in 207A and voicemail messages may be left at (848) 445-4070. You may also reach Ariel directly by email at ariel.chun@rutgers.edu.

Accommodation Information from the Office of Disability Services (ODS)

Office Hours

ODS staff will be working remotely, and will be available to meet with you via email, phone or SKYPE. The ODS office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and will continue with a coordinator on call each day. ODS will post their on-call hours on their website each week: https://ods.rutgers.edu/

Resources

ODS has developed information about how your approved accommodations might work online, as well as a page of Frequently Asked Questions. They also have information about how the assistive technology or other tools you have been using (such as Kurzweil or Note Taking Express) might work in an online environment.

In addition, the Learning Center has developed some information about how to succeed in an online course that ODS would strongly encourage you to check out.