International Scholars & Students
Rutgers Global–International Student and Scholar Services offers Rutgers–Camden, Rutgers–New Brunswick, and RBHS international scholars immigration processing and answers your questions to ensure that your status remains legal while you’re in the United States, but we do much more than that. The office provides:
Personal advising sessions to resolve your particular issues and answer your questions
Cross-cultural, fun, and informative events and programs for you and your dependents
Communications on campus and community life and immigration updates
Resources when you arrive to help you obtain a driver’s license
Are you an international research scholar, nondegree student, visiting professor, newly hired faculty member, postdoctoral associate, or fellow? Find out which visa you (and your family) need to apply...
Health InsuranceHealth Insurance
Medical care in the United States is expensive. At Rutgers, it is required for all staff, students, faculty, and scholars (and their families)—including international students, faculty, scholars, and ...
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Events For You and Your Family
We provide programming specifically for international scholars and their families, and Rutgers also offers many academic and social outings for all members of the Rutgers community.
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Housing and Transportation
Once you get to Rutgers, where will you live and how will you get around? Ask our advisers for Rutgers housing and transportation resources for you and your family.
Q&A with Senegalese Fulbright Scholar Saliou Dione
Saliou Dione, Ph.D., an associate professor of African and postcolonial studies in the Department of Anglophone Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, at Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar in Senegal, came to Rutgers as part of a nine-month Fulbright Scholar grant.
Israeli Visiting Scholar Examines Lines between Policy and Politics
What happens to a city’s development when the lines between policy and politics are blurred? That’s what Erez Tzfadia, Ph.D., an Israeli Institute Teaching fellow hosted by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life, came to discuss with the Rutgers community.