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Organization Descriptions

Student Health Services: Access medical care, learn about health insurance coverage, find important forms, and make healthcare appointments.

Office of Disability Services: Request accommodations for all forms of disability (medical, physical, mental).

Counseling Center: Provides a number of counseling and consultative services to enrolled and eligible undergraduate and graduate students.

Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance: Raising awareness about sexual violence and encouraging bystander support. It is a confidential office.

pantryRUN: All RU-N community members have access to this completely free resource for groceries, including dairy, grains, fresh produce, and more. 

Immigrant Rights Clinic: Serves immigrants who need individual client representation and broader advocacy.

Rutgers Immigrant Community Assistance: All students currently enrolled at Rutgers are eligible for a free and confidential legal consultation.

DACA Resources: Dedicated to our DACAmented and undocumented students. Here you can find Student Support Services and Financial Aid and Scholarship opportunities.

Undocumented Student Services: Strives to empower undocumented students, mix-status families, and allies to navigate higher education.

Office of Financial Aid: Focuses on establishing aid eligibility, awarding scholarships, grants, loans, and employment to eligible students as well as providing financial aid counseling to students and families.

Intercultural Resource Center: Where you can explore your multiple identities within the Rutgers University-Newark community.

LGBTQ Student Services: Strives to create an inclusive and safe, but brave campus for students, faculty, and staff.

CARE Team: Assess and respond to student concerns on campus through collaborative efforts; assist students who may be in crisis.

La Casa de Don Pedro, Inc.: A resident-centered agenda empowers people and builds their self-sufficiency.

ICNA Relief Food Pantry – Newark: Newark branch of Islamic Circle of North America.

Newark Community Health Centers, Inc: Provides affordable, high quality, and accessible healthcare.

Essex County Food Pantries PDF: Comprehensive list of Essex food pantries.

UCC Newark Food & Clothing Pantry: Food and clothing pantry that offers one monthly food package, containing non-perishable groceries and fresh produce to eligible individuals and families.

Newark LGBTQ Center: Offers the Newark LGBTQ community a safe space, especially for people of color.

African American Office of Gay Concerns: Committed to delivering quality HIV/AIDS services to the Gay community in the Greater Newark Area

Project WOW – NJCRI: Provides HIV/AIDS care and treatment to individuals in Northern New Jersey

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark – Immigrant and Refugee Services: Provides low cost and pro bono legal assistance in all phases of immigration and naturalization proceedings.

AFSC – New Jersey Immigrant Rights: Provides legal representation and information to immigrant communities.

Newark Public Library COVID Resources: Comprehensive resource for navigating COVID, including how to get testing, reliable news, emergency care, and financial assistance.

City of Newark COVID Resources: The official Newark resource for all things COVID.