Rutgers-Newark is offering the following software free of charge for their students, take advantage of this now!


  • Microsoft Office: Every student can install Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Publisher, and Access on up to five computers, five tablets, and five phones. Learn more about free Microsoft Office for students.
  • Cisco Webex Meetings is now available to faculty, staff, and students to host and participate in virtual meetings with video, screen sharing, chat, document sharing, conference call capabilities, and recording.  Learn more about free  Cisco Webex for students.
  • Zoom: Web conferencing tool with a combination of video, voice, content sharing, and chat functions for online meetings.To sign up and to find additional resources go here: Zoom for students
  • is a cloud-based file storage application where you can securely store, manage, and share digital files. Learn more about free for students.

Technology on Campus

Dana Library Technology Resource Center (formerly know as the Dana Computing Lab) is now open!
Operating hours are Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm, Closed on Saturday and Sunday. You can find more information and a real time occupancy information: Here

Paul Robenson Campus Center Copier/Printer has been installed in the first floor lobby. PRCC is open Monday – Friday 7am – 7pm and Saturday & Sunday 11am-7pm.

Find more Computer Resources: Here

The LaunchPad is a hub that you can look to for guidance as you navigate a range of technical aspects of transitioning to and succeeding throughout Fall 2020. It provides student support, tutorials, and documentation as well as help with internet connections both on and from off-camp.

Internship/Research/Scholarships Opportunities

For a listing of additional funding resources:

RU-N Scholarship Opportunities

Scholarships Resource Page

The Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award Program
The Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award Program provides one-time grants of up to $5,000 to outstanding Rutgers undergraduate students for summer internships in government/public service in Washington, DC. The monetary award is meant to ease the financial burden of working in Washington D.C. by offsetting living expenses.
HACU National Internship Program (HNIP)
Our program’s mantra is “Opening Doors of Opportunity, Abriendo Puertas de Oportunidad” because we believe that HNIP can be the formative experience by which you can grow both personally and professionally.  Federal agencies and corporations partner with us because year after year HNIP recruits some of the brightest and most talented students from across the country.  Join the more than 10,000 program alumni who have benefited from the exposure to industry, professional development, and mentoring and networking opportunities.
SEO Career
SEO Career is a pre-professional development and internship program for talented Black, Hispanic, and Native American undergrads. We provide the Education, Development, Growth and Experience needed to gain a competitive advantage and launch your career.
There are three keys to success for INROADS students: Selection, Education & Training, and Performance. For over four decades, INROADS has helped businesses gain greater access to diverse talent through continuous leadership development of outstanding ethnically diverse students and placement of those students in internships at many of North America’s top corporations, firms and organizations.
Project L/EARN

The program is an intensive, hands-on summer research training internship for undergraduate students from groups that have been previously under-represented in graduate schools and health research. Eight to ten interns are selected annually from colleges and universities nationwide to participate in a ten-week residential internship at Rutgers University. During the summer, they obtain research skills and “hands-on” experience in health research through a combination of coursework on statistics, research methods, research writing, ethics and health topics and an individual research project under the guidance of a distinguished faculty mentor. Many continue to conduct research during the academic year with their summer mentor or a faculty researcher at their home institution.

Art Studio Internships
The Gallery Aferro runs dual studio practice/arts administration internships. Student interns are paired with accomplished artists in residence, and spend some of their time working with that artist in their studio, and some of their time with our team learning arts/nonprofit administration. This unique experience is a real resume- and skill-builder, and gives students access to contacts in the art world, furthering equity and access in career exploration.
21 Progress BOLD Summer Internship Program
21 Progress interns learn about social justice education and leadership, impact their community, and meet amazing activists and mentors! The Bold Summer Internship Program allows college students to engage in nonprofit work in the social justice field while making impactful community change. All positions include a stipend and fun perks!
Department of Children and Families Student Internship Program

The Student Intern Program provides college students with field experience in courses that they are taking for credit toward a diploma or degree in social work or in a related field (e.g., psychology) or in a field related to management support services (e.g., information systems, business management, computer technology, human resources, legal). It is a great opportunity to gain real-world experience in your field of study.  Student interns may provide many direct and indirect services in various Local and Area Offices, and in the CP&P and DCF Central Offices.

Student Resources

Travel Opportunities

Global Initiatives & Experiential Learning

Student Affairs

Academic Affairs


BOLD Women’s Leadership Network (BOLD)
Program designed to support ambitious and talented women.

Business Student Transition at Rutgers (B-STAR)
Program is designed to support high – performing and high -potential freshmen minority students who have accepted admission to RBS.

Educational Opportunity Fund Program (EOF)
Program designed to support first – generation and low income student.

Louis Stokes Alliance For Minority Participation (LSAMP)
Program designed to support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) majors from minority groups who are traditionally underrepresented.