COVID-19 Resources

MBA Program

RBS COVID-19 Resources

Access resources for students:

  • CARE Team (personal, social and educational support)
  • Technology Resources (free access to computer hardware, software, wifi and more)
  • Scholarship Opportunities

Virtual Front Desk

We have set up a virtual front desk should you have a quick or general question. You can access the virtual front desk by going to the links below. For additional information, you can also view our frequently asked questions.

MBA Part-Time Program (Newark, New Brunswick, Jersey City, & Morristown):

To Schedule an appointment:
Cyndi GeBorde (Program Coordinator):
To join Webex:
Julia Conroy (Assistant Dean):
To join Webex:
Kathleen Price (Student Advisor):
To join Webex:
  1. You will be asked to download the application, which you do not need to do. At the bottom, you can just click “Join from your browser”
  2. Enter your name and Rutgers email address
  3. Click join meeting
Full-Time Students
To schedule an appointment: Please log into Run4Success

Office of Career Management

Please click below for information regarding the Office of Career Management for your program.

Career Management COVID-19 Operations Update

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get in touch with my academic advisor?

During this time, you are strongly encouraged to contact your advisor through email (see below for your advisor’s email address). Your advisor can answer most questions you may have through email, but we also have the ability to virtually meet with you as well, either over the phone or through WebEx, if you prefer. We would strongly recommend and encourage you to email your advisor for the quickest response time.

Contact my Advisor

What if I just have a quick or general question?

There is a virtual front desk set up for part-time students should you have a quick or general question. You can access the virtual front desk through the links listed above:

Virtual Front Desk

Are University classes still in session?

Yes, please check the Rutgers Schedule of Classes.

Can I come to campus to use school resources or to study? What campus services currently remain open?

The Rutgers-Newark/New Brunswick campus is fully operating virtually, providing all services to students. Please check with your advisor, assistant dean, or professors if you have any questions.

The University libraries are operating with adjusted hours and social distancing. Please contact library services for more information and call ahead before arriving to campus for hours of operation.

What if I don’t have internet at my house?

Students who do not have internet access can explore various temporary solutions. Some companies may be offering temporary aid for those affected by the Coronavirus.

Rutgers University is aware of the following services, but cannot recommend or endorse any specific service. To learn more about options that we have been made aware of, please visit the Information Services website:

Please be sure to read the user agreement carefully, especially in regards to the cancellation process and potential fees.

Students are also encouraged to refer to Rutgers University Information Technology's tips for getting online during the COVID-19 period, including providers who are offering free or discounted internet and increased data allowances. If you have internet at home, review the tips for improving connection problems:


How will students with learning disabilities be accommodated during online distance learning/return to campus?

Please contact the Rutgers University Office of Disability Services (ODS) for assistance.

Please know, the ODS staff is working remotely until further notice. But you can reach the staff via email ( or by phone (973-353-5375).

I am in need of financial assistance due to COVID-19. Is there help?

An Emergency Fund has been established to provide direct financial support to students urgently in need of assistance to continue their studies as they grapple with the impact that COVID-19 has had on their lives. All who are interested and have the capacity to donate may give here: Rutgers-Newark Student Emergency Fund.

For additional COVID-19 information:

Email questions to the COVID-19 Task Force under the Rutgers Office of Emergency Management at

Call the New Jersey Department of Health COVID-19 Call Center hotline at 1-800-222-1222 for assistance in multiple languages and 24 hours a day.

If I am in need of mental health support, are any services available virtually?

The Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) has a volunteer network of mental health support for our community coping with COVID-19. This network will offer phone and telepsychology services to support the members of Rutgers community:…