Physical and mental health services, pharmacies, lab work, and travel medicine, are available through Rutgers Student Health.
Part-time students, please note:
While registered part-time students (with the exception of distance learning, online only and continuing education students) are eligible to utilize Rutgers Health Services, coverage and payment options will vary based upon insurance. Part-time students (with the exception of international F1, J1 Rutgers-Sponsored Visa Students) do not pay the health fee.
For more information, see Rutgers Student Health Information for Part-time Students.
Rutgers Students Counseling, ADAP and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) offers counseling services and groups designed for graduate students. According to their website, "roughly 27% of CAPS contacts per year are with graduate students". Finding balance in graduate school is challenging. CAPS is there to support you.
Rutgers Recreation has 4 well equipped facilities open to all faculty, staff and students, including part-time students who pay student activities fees.
Please check for the most updated changes and policies to the operating status of the recreation facilities before visiting.
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