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Why should the kids have all the fun? Rutgers parents are active on campus, attending student performances, collecting food for Rutgers Against Hunger, taking classes in Winter Session, volunteering at the Big Chill 5K Charity Race, and lots more.

Parents of Enrolled Students
Take the last few steps.

Now that you have a Rutgers student in the family, it’s time to take the last few steps. Rutgers makes it easy with the Enrollment Pathway. This online resource provides information about student life, immunizations, the mandatory Student Health Insurance and other topics. It’s also a great tool for managing: placement test scheduling academic advising and course selection housing and dining financial aid billing final transcripts and more.

It’s worth the time to check out a few other Rutgers resources. If you haven’t done so already, consider making these smart moves:
  • Apply for Financial Aid, no matter your economic circumstances. More than three-quarters of Rutgers students receive an offer of financial aid.
  • Come for a Campus Visit. Getting to know Rutgers through an open house or campus tour gives you a window into your child’s new world—and a common frame of reference for maintaining a strong parent–child relationship.
  • Take advantage of the Rutgers Parents Association. Membership is free for all parents of Rutgers students, and the perks are great: discounts, social events, and support services from knowledgeable staff members.
  • Rutgers University requires all full-time students to have medical insurance. To waive or enroll each semester in the mandatory Student Health Insurance Plan visit UniversityHealthPlans.com