Information for Current Graduate Students
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|Graduate Student Directory||The Graduate Geographers Project (GGP)|
Geography Graduate Student Handbook (The Blue Book)
A comprehensive guide to the Rutgers University Graduate Program in Geography.
Graduate School Forms Library - links to forms for managing your academic endeavors (e.g. travel support, health insurance, etc.)
Information for Instructors & Teaching Assistants - this website contains information to help you navigate through your course.
MaGrann Research Award - intended to promote student field research in the Department of Geography.
Department of Geography Letterhead (Word Doc)
Graduate School's links to the most frequently used services for new students - this website offers information about academics, student life and services.
Here are some commonly used University resources listed in the Geography Graduate Student Handbook:
RUconnection card: Graduate students have access to Rutgers University libraries, computer labs, recreation centers, RU Express accounts, and meal plans via their RUconnection card. http://ruconnection.rutgers.edu/nbp/?page=content/firstyear_grad.php
Rutgers NET ID: The NetID is an online identification used for campus services. https://netidmgmt.rutgers.edu/netid/index.htm.
Graduate School New Brunswick (GSNB): Offers services and resources to graduate students. http://gsnb.rutgers.edu/about.php3.
Graduate Student Association (GSA)
The Graduate Student Association advocates graduate student concerns, provides financial support to recognized graduate student organizations, and sponsors a variety of social and cultural activities for graduate students. http://gsa.rutgers.edu/.
Teaching Assistant Project (TAP)
TAP offers an orientation for new TAs, certificate programs, workshops and seminars, performance assessment and feedback for improvement. http://taproject.rutgers.edu.
Center for Global Services
The Center coordinates services for international faculty, staff, students and scholars. Center staff members provide direct support with employment, immigration, and personal, family, financial and health care matters. http://internationalservices.rutgers.edu/
Career counselors provide individual counseling sessions, as well as seminars, programs, and resources designed specifically for graduate students, http://careerservices.rutgers.edu/.
Counseling Services CAPS
Rutgers Counseling, ADAP & Psychiatric Services provides a variety of psychological counseling services for all students of Rutgers University in New Brunswick/Piscataway. Services are free, and confidentiality is guaranteed within legal and ethical guidelines. CAPS main office is located on College Avenue at 17 Senior Street and a counseling office is also located on Cook/Douglass at 61 Nichol Avenue (for both offices call 732-932-7884). http://rhscaps.rutgers.edu/.