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RU-N Alumna, Class of 2008
“Use your voice,” she says, “let people see who you are and what makes you different,” because employers are often looking for the skills and perspectives that they don’t have on their teams.
The Office of Housing and Residence Life plays an integral role in supporting students on the Newark campus
RU-N Student, Class of 2022
“Find your place here. Don’t let others dictate how you progress through life. Do it for yourself, not anyone else.”
The space showed to true meaning of what intersectionality truly means to me and a lot of what they provided for me will always stick with me.
The CARE team represents this holistic and personal approach to student well-being.
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
Throughout my three years of working at the Pantry RUN as an undergraduate, I served the Rutgers community and did my part by helping the food insecurity on campus, which is an issue that is slowly diminishing on campus by providing food and resources.