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Rutgers–Newark no longer requires the submission of SAT and ACT standardized test scores for students applying for spring 2022 and beyond. Please view the exceptions to this policy at admissions.rutgers.edu/test-optional-faqs. Please note that SAT/ACT scores ARE required for students applying to the 7-year BA/MD Rutgers-Newark program.
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Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series
The Annual Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series
The lecture series was co-founded in 1981 by Dr. Clement Price, Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of History at Rutgers University, and Giles R. Wright, New Jersey Historical Commission. The annual lecture series was named for East Orange native, Dr. Marion Thompson Wright, a pioneer in African American historiography and race relations in New Jersey, who was the first professionally trained woman historian in the United States.
New Student Orientation, Advisement, and Registration Day:
New Student Orientation helps your settle in to your RU-N environment, academic priorities and campus life. It is one of the most important welcoming programs on the university calendar. The program is designed to provide an overview of the Rutgers University-Newark community and connect you to the resources and services that we has to offer.
RU-N Community Engagement Day
Each year, the Office of the Dean of Student Life host RU-N Community Engagement Day with over 100+ students, staff, faculty, and alumni, who volunteer hundreds of hours of community service at ten local Newark organizations. Upon your arrival to RU-N, join us as we continue our commitment to positively impact the Newark community.
Current local CED partners include Court Street Farm, Branch Brook Park Alliance, Jersey Cares: Newark Farmer's Market, Academy Street Firehouse, Newark Museum, and Yendor Arts, to name a few.
LGBTQ & Intercultural Resource Center
The Rutgers University-Newark community invites you to visit the LGBTQ & Intercultural Resource Center. Share some time with the members, while simultaneously learning more about their new and exciting programs, services and special campus and community events.