The following resources show how diversity is handled administratively at Rutgers University - New Brunswick. The departments and units below maintain policies or monitor legal aspects of diversity on campus.
The Rutgers Ombuds Office for Students offers Rutgers University–New Brunswick students high-level assistance when they feel they have exhausted all other methods to resolve their issues related to the university. The office is an informal and confidential resource for students.
Also known as OEE, supports the university’s commitment to preventing discrimination and advancing equal opportunity in employment.
Provides services to the Rutgers community in the context of labor relations between the university and its staff employees.
Human Resources provides service to both employees and campus departments, overseeing things such as benefits, compensation, payroll, and other employee needs.
Disability Services provides services for students so that they may successfully learn and work at Rutgers University - New Brunswick. Disability Services promotes the empowerment of people with disabilities and their full integration into campus life and the community.