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The division supports the academic needs of the university’s undergraduate student population through curricular programs, classroom services, and educational initiatives.
The division strives to enhance student learning by providing effective academic support and student development programs for the University’s diverse student body.
The division provides funding and staff assistance for faculty to develop co-curricular programs and activities to enhance the intellectual engagement of students.
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The Office of the
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Academic Affairs consists of the senior administration of the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs and leadership of the Campus Deans. The senior leadership in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Academic Affairs direct the various programs of the three main divisions and actively participate in university-wide initiatives that enhance undergraduate education at the university. Explore the map to learn more.
Aresty Research Center
Facilitating and supporting faculty-student engagement through programs promoting undergraduate research.
Byrne First-Year Seminars
Introducing first-year students to research through small, one-credit seminars taught by Rutgers’ world-renowned faculty.
Integrating technology and pedagogy through state-of-the-art classroom design and faculty and student support.
Providing assistance to students applying for major national scholarships and fellowships and postgraduate support.
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Division of Undergraduate Academic AffairsThe Division of Undergraduate Academic Affairs supports the academic needs of the university’s undergraduate student population through a wide range of curricular programs, classroom services, and educational initiatives. The division fosters faculty and students engagement, helping to promote active learning by producing unique academic experiences, research opportunities, and state-of-the-art learning environments that impact learning both in and out of the classroom. Explore our programs and learn more.
The Division of Instructional Support offers assistance through programs such as the Office of Disability Services, the Equal Opportunity Fund (EOF) program, and the Learning Centers.
The Division of Instructional Support offers a number of programs that promote and enhance STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education.
Rutgers houses three federally-supported TRIO programs, including the Upward Bound program, Student Support Services, and the Ronald E. McNair program.
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Division of Undergraduate Instructional SupportThe Division of Instructional Support strives to enhance student learning and increase retention and graduation rates by providing effective academic support and student development programs for the University’s diverse student body. The division also assists students in making the transition from high school and community college into a research university setting, and from Rutgers into the workplace by developing the skills necessary for students to succeed in their academic programs.
First-Year Interest Groups
First-Year Interest Groups (FIGS) are one-credit seminars taught by upper-class students to aid first-year students in their transition to college while exploring an academic interest area.
Learning communities are designed to ensure academic success, foster friendships and connections, introduce students to Rutgers resources, and link students, faculty, and staff.
Academic Engagement and Programming works with faculty to develop co-curricular programs and activities, such as conferences and field trips, to enhance students" intellectual engagement.
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