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My main goals were to complete my graduate program with honors and it wasn’t until I spoke ODS that I realized what rights and protections I have as a person with Health conditions.
LGBTQ+ Student Services has truly been my home away from home at Rutgers-Newark. From being able to attend events such as the Drag Show and Q-Chats to hanging out in the Pride Lounge in between classes, I have always felt safe and seen.
Being a part of HPD allowed me to pick up a wide variety of skills and gave me full knowledge of the services under Health and Wellness.
Being a student who is passionate about raising awareness and addressing interpersonal violence, I’ve worked closely with the Office of Title IX and ADA Compliance
I’d like our students to feel that their experience at RU-N has directly influenced and developed them into who they will be after they leave the university. I’d like the RU-N experience to help students make their mark on the world.
On this campus, I believe there’s something out there for everyone, you just have to seek it!
My favorite thing about Honor Council would have to be that it’s much like a family more than an organization.
The Office of Veteran Affairs has been a huge factor in my success at Rutgers – Newark.
Through my involvement in campus student life as an undergraduate, I was able to serve in multiple leadership roles, build lifelong skills, and cultivate a network greater than I could have imagined.
Orientation programs and social events organized by the OISS are beneficial in learning and experiencing the student culture at Rutgers.