The Office of Academic Advising will be open from 9:00am – 6:00pm, Monday through Thursday and Friday from 9:00am – 4:00pm. All current student can walk-in during that first week of class. WALK-IN ONLY, NO APPOINTMENTS. Transfer Summary ReportNew students that have just been accepted must have a Transfer Summary Report in order to meet with … Continue reading OFFICE HOURS STARTING SEPT. 1…
HBO, Starbucks, Disney CEOs were once disgruntled liberal arts majors, too: Source: 10 CEOs Who Prove Your Liberal Arts Degree Isn’t Worthless | TIME
The stuff you’ve been told all summer about the first year of college is well intentioned. But there’s a huge amount of misinformation out there. Here’s some of it: Source: The Real Skinny on Freshman Year – The New York Times
Currents students that need to register for classes or revise their schedules should call (856) 225-6043 to make an appointment to see their advisor: https://advising.camden.rutgers.edu/students/who-is-my-advisor/Register via web registration at https://sims.rutgers.edu/webreg/New Students starting Fall 2015: New students can call and schedule an appointment only after a Registration event has been attended.
September 10 – The last day to drop/add courses(es) WITHOUT a grade of a ‘W’:The Academic Calendar is available at https://registrar.camden.rutgers.edu/sites/registrar/files/AcademicCalendar2015-16a.pdf
Local instructors dispense words of wisdom to incoming freshmen Source: Philly professors school Class of 2019 on campus life | PhillyVoice
Deciding on a course of study isn’t a lifelong sentence. It’s a jumping-off point. Most people’s work will shape-shift in unforeseeable ways. Source: Four Steps to Choosing a College Major – The New York Times
New supplies, new clothes, new start. How will you manage your first year of college? Upperclassmen and recent graduates from around the country offer words of wisdom. Source: Advice for New Students From Those Who Know (Old Students) – The New York Times