Need guidance? Academic advisers can help you choose a major or minor, select the right courses, and identify important opportunities for your specific goals. Need academic assistance? Our resources such as coaching, tutoring, study skill workshops, and more will help you stay on track.
Rutgers University–Camden is open and operating. The spring semester combines a majority of remotely delivered instruction with a limited number of face-to-face classes. In-person events are canceled until further notice. Use the My Campus Pass app before coming to campus and remember the three Ws: Watch Your Distance, Wash Your Hands, Wear Your Face Covering.
Academic Support & Advising
After you have accepted your offer of admission, the Office of New Student Programs will contact you about your next steps, including course registration for the first semester classes, orientation programs, placement testing, and transfer credit evaluations.
Undecided or considering a business or engineering degree? Schedule an appointment with the Office of Academic Advising. Students with declared majors should see faculty advisors in the academic department. We strongly suggest that you stop in for academic advising as you pursue your degree.
(Arts and Sciences, undeclared, pre-business, and pre-engineering)
215 North Third Street, Suite 111
Business and Science Building, second floor
Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden Center for Academic, Resources, Engagement and Services (SNC-CARES) is dedicated to student services that encompass recruitment, admissions, progression, advisement, mentoring, remediation, counseling, course scheduling, clinical placement, and compliance assistance.
Students interested in medical, dental, veterinary, and other health-related professions receive individualized counseling in pursuit of their goals from the Career Center.
Graduate, professional, and law students can support in your academic department from department advisers and professors.
If you need academic support, you can find it at Rutgers–Camden. Our professionals can help you to smooth out any bumps you encounter on the road to getting your degree.
The Learning Center can help you stay ahead with individual tutoring, academic coaching, support services for students with disabilities, and other forms of academic assistance.
A state-funded program, EOF assists New Jersey's aspiring first-generation college students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds with financial aid and academic services to support student success.
Supported by the U.S. Department of Education, TRiO Student Support Services assists first-generation college students and students with disabilities earn their college degrees through grants and academic support.
Support for Incoming and Current International Students
The Office of International Students & Global Programs at Rutgers University–Camden offers resources and support services to the incoming and current international student community. The office supports your academic success by helping you navigate the challenges you may encounter as an international student.
OIS can also provide guidance on the necessary steps in securing a visa.
- Applying for a visa
- Changing your visa status
- Travel information