Students' learning conditions are impacted by faculty's working conditions, so we have allied with student groups on campus through Rutgers One.
The union offers paid internships for undergraduate students. This internship program began Fall 2013. Visit the internship page for details. Contact our Executive Director, Patrick Nowlan, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the union office at 732-964-1000.
The Wells H. Keddie Scholarship is awarded every year in the spring semester to one or more Rutgers undergraduate students whose applications show solid academic achievements and a commitment to social action. The scholarship has been awarded every year since 2006. Visit this web page to learn more.
Among the student groups we partner with are:
- United Students Against Sweatshops (RUSAS)
- Rutgers Tuition Equity (RUTE)
- Rutgers University Student Association (RUSA)
- New Jersey United Students (NJUS)
Which college is right for you? Download this workbook to help you find colleges that are investing in student success: Just Ask Handbook
American Federation of Teachers Policy Document: Student Success (2011)
What are educators doing to ensure that students get the support they need to succeed in college? Download this AFT guide to Student Success in Higher Education.