At Rutgers, we have the resources to help you achieve your goals, whether you’re a first-year student struggling with the rigors of university academics or a doctoral candidate applying for teaching jobs at the nation’s leading English or engineering departments.
Academic support is available on each Rutgers campus, as well as through specific departments or offices. Consult a dean’s office if you need help finding just the right resource.
The Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs provides a variety of programs and services designed to meet the needs and enhance the educational experience of undergraduates: Rutgers Learning Centers, Learning Communities, Educational Opportunity Fund Programs, Career Services, and services for students with disabilities. It is also the home of the Byrne First-Year Seminars, Aresty Research Center for Undergraduates, and the Office of Distinguished Fellowships.
The center is dedicated to the academic assistance of Rutgers–Camden students by offering a wide range of services, including tutoring, peer-led study groups, academic coaching, and academic support groups.