Office of Academic Services

From May 3rd through May 7th, 2021,  outstanding Rutgers University-Newark students who received one or more of the 2021 School of Arts & Sciences-Newark (SASN) Annual Awards were celebrated with a virtual "Senior Tribute Week" featuring a series of congratulatory videos released daily. The videos included a message from SASN Dean Jacqueline Mattis, their faculty and mentors, and acknowledgements of the award recipients selected by each department.    
Every 2nd Saturday of the month, the Office of Academic Services is open for Virtual Academic Advising drop-ins. Use the link below to access our drop-ins! Dates October 9 November 13 December 11   Time  8:30am - 12:30pm  
The School of Arts and Sciences-Newark, Office of Academic Services, is excited to announce that Undeclared Student Week will be Wednesday, Sept. 29th – Wednesday, Oct. 6th! During Undeclared Student Week, we will have a number of virtual opportunities to explore majors/minors and special programs:
  After years of sacrifice and hard work—by you and your families—you earned your Rutgers University–Newark degree! At long last, we get to celebrate in person! Rutgers–Newark will host in-person, school-based events to celebrate and honor the Class of 2021 and Class of 2020. We are pleased to announce that the following dates have been chosen for those celebrations:
After years of sacrifice and hard work—by you and your families—you earned your Rutgers University–Newark degree! At long last, we get to celebrate in person! Rutgers–Newark will host in-person, school-based events to celebrate and honor the Class of 2021 and Class of 2020. We are pleased to announce that the following dates have been chosen for those celebrations:
Alisson Lopez has been focused on mental health and helping struggling classmates since long before the pandemic disrupted her life and presented new challenges in high school. While still in her first year, Lopez teamed with a group of seniors to create a “safe room” for her classmates: a place to chill when they’re stressed and struggling with depression, loneliness and the pressures of performing well academically and socially.
At age 38, Zion Crichlow is a nontraditional student who has seen it all. After studying music and bouncing around various colleges in the early aughts, the Neptune, NJ, native found his calling in the mental-health and substance-abuse fields, working in various capacities for 12 years before returning to school at Rutgers University–Newark in 2018 to study Psychology and Youth Development and Justice.  He proudly graduated from University College–Newark, part of the the School of Arts & Sciences–Newark, this spring.
"All Roads Lead to Newark"