Here is a list of helpful questions and answers as you transition into our program:

The best way to find out would be to go to the Financial Aid Homepage and then try calling Financial Aid at Phone: 848-932-7057.  Click here to go right to their homepage

The best way to find out about your status and if we have received all neccesary documents is to go first to you enrollment pathway. Here is the link https://www.ugadmissions.rutgers.edu/pathway/

Summer Institute expenses are covered by a grant the program receives for the Summer, but the academic year expenses are covered by your individual financial aid package.

We have a rolling admission but be mindful that it is on a first come first serve basis

Yes, all scholars must go home on the weekends during the summer program  however the weekend of  July 27th-July 29th everyone is required to stay.

No, we will assign roommates.

In the past when we were not virtual you did not have to attend New Student Orientation. However it would be advisable for students to go to the New Student Orientation website to see if their are any mandatory requirements now as first year students in which you would need to attend in the virtual world.

No, you cannot attend New Student Orientation during the SAS EOF Summer Institute.  If your high school graduation permits, you can attend New Student Orientation prior to the start of the SAS EOF Summer Institute if you choose to.  If it does not, you can attend New Student Orientation in August. Please note this answer was applicable when we were using an in person Summer Institute model. 

Yes, contact the Rutgers University Graduate EOF Director:

Ms. Azizah Hamiduddin
Phone: (848) 932-2315
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You can contact the SAS EOF Transfer and Non Traditional Department  (TNT) using the following link https://access.rutgers.edu/sas-eof/students/considering-eof/transfer-students

  • Always make copies of all your tax information sometimes multiple offices ask for them!
  • Make sure you look at the letterhead of the mailings you receive to know which campus department is requesting information from you
  • When you follow up with our offices, make sure you note who you spoke with as a point of reference
  • Please make certain you adhere to all deadlines and diligently respond to all emails sent your way