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Explore Our Programs
This program motivates first-generation college students to successfully graduate high school, prepare for college admission, and attend the college or university of their choice.
Student Support Services
Undergraduate students are empowered to reach high academic achievement, develop financial and economic literacy, and prepare for successful careers or graduate/professional school entry.
Undergraduate students engage in community service projects and research with local organizations to ethically contribute to the public good.
McNair Scholars Program
The McNair Program is designed to increase the number of first-generation, low-income, and/or underrepresented students in doctoral programs.
Speak Up! Universitywide Bias Prevention Campaign
Speak Up! is a call to action for all members of the university community to respond when they observe bigotry and to be vigilant about disrupting personally held bias.
The IDEA Innovation Grants Program
This university-wide initiative demonstrates how we can join together as a community to support institutional change. Taking an active role to build a beloved and inclusive community is the responsibility of us all.
The goal of Access Week, organized by Rutgers–New Brunswick’s Division of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement is “to broaden awareness and amplify the equity and access programs and initiatives that exist on the New Brunswick campus,” said Tiffiny Butler, the associate vice chancellor for educational equity at DICE.