Rely on Rutgers
From skinned knees to homework, your child has always turned to you for guidance. High schoolers rely on their parents—more than teachers, counselors, and (believe it or not!) their friends—for advice on choosing a college.
We invite you to explore this website, view Rutgers brochures in the mail and online
, and visit
one or more campuses. We invite you also to subscribe to our parents blog
, where the parents of current students dscuss their family's experience.
We’ve developed a range of parent resources to help you help your child learn about Rutgers, including the Rutgers University E-Newsletter for Parents:
Feel free to check out the parents' newsletter archive, too. You'll get tips on securing academic scholarships and financial aid, choosing the right academic program, and lots more.
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You can find consumer information about Rutgers here. The New Jersey College Student and Parent Consumer Information Act requires each New Jersey four-year public college and university to display on its website comprehensive information on the cost of attendance, the graduation rates of admitted students, and the faculty of the institution.