Fall 2020 Pre-Registration – Undergraduate Students
Pre-Registration for the Fall 2020 semester begins on Sunday, April 19, at 10 p.m. and continues through Friday, May 1. Registration is by degree credits already earned. Fall 2020 Pre-Registration
- If you have questions regarding your liberal arts requirements, please contact Alexis White (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Please note if you have any financial holds on your account, you will not be able to register till the hold clears. Check your Rutgers email to see if you received a notification about any financial holds. Check your SPAM folders!
- The maximum number of credits for MGSA students during the pre-registration period is 20.0 credits. After the first day of class of the fall 2020 semester, you may register for a maximum of 24.0 credits.
- Juniors and Seniors:
- Dance Production will be offered in the fall and spring semester. If dance production closes due to maximum capacity, you can register for Dance Production in the spring 2021 semester.
- Pam Tanowitz will be offering her Saturday Creative Research in Dance Class for the fall and spring semester (you must register for the course in the fall and spring). If you are interested, please contact Pam at PAMTANDANCE@GMAIL.COM
- Seniors: Registration for Dance History Online 1900-Present for Fall 2020 is restricted to Senior BFA students who are EDM Tracking. The expectation is that non- EDM students will register for the F2F Dance History 1900- Present course. However, you may petition to the faculty and provide a strong written argument on why it is necessary for you to take the online Dance History course. Please submit your petition to me by 7/1/2020. Petitions and SPNs will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis if approved by the dance department faculty. Petitions sent after 7/1/2020 will not be accepted or considered.
P/NC Application now available to students via https://my.rutgers.edu/portal
All students in school 07 and 08 are able to elect the P/NC grading option for any courses taken in the spring of 2020. Students must apply to have this option applied. The application for this now live through your Rutgers Portal https://my.rutgers.edu/portal and the link will look like this: This option is available to both undergraduate and graduate students.
It is highly encouraged that students wait until they see their final grades before they apply. Please speak with Elaine before applying. Applications will be open until May 22. For more information please visit:https://nbprovost.rutgers.edu/grade-change-academic-deadlineshttps://nbprovost.rutgers.edu/guidance-faq
Project Move Out – Bulk Waste Removal in New Brunswick
RU moving out of your Off-Campus home this May?
Rutgers University and the City of New Brunswick are partnering in Project Move out to recover discarded furniture, appliances and textiles in order to keep these items out of landfills and reduce our carbon footprint.
Project Move Out provides for FREE drop off of bulk items ONLY for Rutgers students living/renting in New Brunswick. Drop-off will take place May 26 – May 29 7am-3pm in Lot 30 (Behind the College Ave Student Center). Items eligible for drop off include:
- Appliances (refrigerators, window air conditioning units, microwaves)
- Electronics (televisions, video game consoles, cell phones, computers, monitors, printers)
- Furniture (mattresses, couches, chairs, tables, book cases, desks, rugs)
Students must bring RUID and wear a mask.
For more information: http://ruoffcampus.rutgers.edu/projectmoveout/
The Social Distancing Festival
The social distancing festival website is a site for celebrating art from all over the world, showcasing amazing talent, and coming together as a community at a time when we need it more than ever.
The Campus and Community newsletter features various different events and programs offered at Rutgers and in the surrounding area. Check out this months newsletter that has Featured Stories, Rutgers Resources, Community Resources, and Events AroundTown,
WE WANT TO SEE YOUR ART
Join BFA Senior, Jennifer Wrede, for the remainder of April! Jen will be teaching a Vinyasa Flow class every Sunday at 3pm live via Rutgers Recreation Center’s Instagram account (@rurec)
If dance majors want to submit any artwork (poem, painting, doodle, etc.), Dance Process Gallery is accepting submissions. https://danceprocessgallery.wordpress.com/
Please send us your art! Whether you are teaching a class or creating movement pieces just for fun, take a video and send it our way. You can either dm them to the masongrossdance IG or email them to Syde Orange at email@example.com. Also, if you are teaching for RU Recreation, let us know too. We would love to share the live videos on our Facebook page.
Accessing Dance Buildings & Studio Spaces
Attention Students: Due to the transition of online classes, all dance buildings and studio spaces are off limits until further notice. If you need something from these spaces, please contact John Evans. In addition, if you still have belongings in the residence halls, please visit: Residence Life Operation Status for move out procedures
Summer Session – Technique and Ballet Workshops Canceled
Dear Students Who Were Planning on Registering for the Summer Dance Workshops:
The summer dance workshops have been canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The dance department will work with individual students as events unfold to make sure that we come up with a plan that helps you finish your degree requirements.
We thank you in advance for your patience during this time of transition and uncertainty.
Financial Aid, Registrar, and Student Accounting Services
For assistance with Financial Aid, Registrar, and Student Accounting, please contact a Student Services Advisor using the following forms:
Students can call Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. by using the following numbers:
Financial Aid: 848-932-7057
Student Accounting: 848-932-2254
The myGuest Dashboard is now available. This dashboard allows students to give parents, guardians, and third parties access to view content and services related to their experience at the university, such as class schedules, financial aid awards, and their term bills. While the university is offering this service, access will not be granted without the student’s permission due to the protection of student rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Learn more and how to sign up an authorized user here
2020 Summer Session Schedule NOW AVAILABLE
The schedule of classes for the Summer 2020 term is now available. Choose from more than 2,500 courses in a wide range of subjects, offered in-person, online, or at an off-campus location throughout the state. Make progress towards a degree, improve a GPA, or fulfill a prerequisite this summer. Start planning schedules now and register beginning Monday, February 17. Learn more about Summer Session here.