Undergraduate Office of Career Management

Report Your Offer/Offer Guidelines

Report Your Offer

Received an offer for a full-time, co-op, or internship position?

Newark: Report your full-time or internship offer by completing the 12Twenty survey.

New Brunswick: Report your full-time or internship offer by completing the following survey.

Why should I report my offer and how is my information used?

As a member of the RBS family, we want to hear your story! We take great pride in your accomplishments and we need your help to continue to promote your achievements! Your response also allows us to compete in the rankings which helps increase the value of your degree, and attracts recruiters looking for top talent. It is a way to showcase the success of the RBS students and strengthens the identity of our brand.

All individual identifying information is kept completely confidential and the data is reported in aggregate form.

Questions? Email ocm-nwk@business.rutgers.edu (Newark) or rbscareers@business.rutgers.edu (New Brunswick).

Offer Guidelines & Policy

Student Offer Acceptance Policy

If you receive an offer, you may continue to interview with employers. However, be certain that you respond to the offering employer prior to their deadline. Once you have ACCEPTED an offer verbally or in writing for a full-time position, internship or co-op, it is unethical to continue to interview, apply for jobs and conduct other job search activities for opportunities with similar or competing start dates as the accepted offer.

For example: If you accept an offer for an upcoming summer internship, you are no longer eligible to interview for any other opportunities that conflict with your summer employment dates. On the other hand, applying for additional internships, co-ops or full-time employment outside of those dates is permissible.

Your acceptance is a formal commitment to the employer that should be honored. Reneging on an offer (i.e. accepting an offer then withdrawing that acceptance) not only damages your personal credibility and professional reputation but also:

  • potentially takes the slot away from another Rutgers candidate
  • the employer may decide to discontinue recruiting at Rutgers, thus jeopardizing opportunities for future candidates.
  • reflects poorly on the Rutgers Business School

If you renege on an accepted offer, your on-campus recruiting and job listing privileges may be permanently revoked. The student may also face disciplinary action by the Rutgers’ Office of Student Conduct which could include expulsion from the university.

This policy will be strictly ENFORCED for all RBS students. You will be held accountable for your actions once you accept an offer. If you need guidance in evaluating job offers, we strongly encourage you to schedule an appointment with RBS Office of Career Management (OCM) before making a final decision. 

Contact Us: 

New Brunswick: rbscareers@business.rutgers.edu 

Newark: ocm-nwk@business.rutgers.edu