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Admitted Students

Congratulations on your recent admission to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University–Camden! The information below will help you virtually navigate your way around Rutgers-Camden.

Admitted Students Day

Admitted Students Day is scheduled each year for late March/ early April.  The Graduate School will email invitations directly to admitted students. 

Graduate Orientation

The Graduate School will host orientation on Thursday, September 1st to welcome new students.  This is a mandatory event.  Invitations will be emailed directly to all admitted students in late June and throughout the summer.  You can also register online here. In addition, some programs may also host individual orientation events and your department will be in touch regarding these programs. 

Accepting Admission

In order to register for your course(s) you must formally accept admission to Rutgers University – Camden. You may formally accept your admission online here. 

Deferral of Admission

Admitted students who want their applications deferred for one semester or one year should contact their graduate program director to request a deferral.


Your RUID was emailed to you when you submitted your graduate application online. You will need this code in order to register for classes. If you do not have this code or have lost or forgotten the code you can obtain it here.

Net ID

Your Net ID (which is different than your RUID) will be the username and password you created to open your email account and to all of the online secure sites within Rutgers. To obtain your NET ID please visit Account Setup.

International Students

Admitted international students (F-1 or J-1 visa holders) should connect with our Center for International Programs once admitted to discuss your next steps. Including information regarding visa application, submission of financial documentation, I-20, etc. Additional information may be found on their website: 

Registering for Classes

After the admissions office has received your acknowledgement form, you may select your (fall/spring) classes. The schedule of classes can be found here. To view detailed course descriptions please browse our Graduate School Catalog.

Once you have made your course selections please use our Registration System to register online. You will need your Rutgers Identification number (RUID) and PAC code to register.

Your PAC-Personal Access Code by default is your month and day of birth in MMDD format.

Please sign up for your classes as soon as possible, because classes can fill quickly. If you have any questions regarding holds, special permission registrations, and course selections, please contact your graduate director.

Financial Aid

To be considered for financial assistance, you must file the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA).  The federal school code for Rutgers University is 002629.  You may apply at  Visit our Financial Aid Site for more information.

Tuition Bill

You will receive a postcard and email notification from our Office of Financial Services at the time that term bills are due. The postcard and email will contain further instructions on term bill payment.  If you have applied for financial aid your aid will show on your tuition bill. If you are to receive any tuition remission from your employer, please ensure that you have your paperwork together to be submitted with your bill when it is due.

If you have questions about your financial aid and/or term bill visit:

To view the tuition and fee cost estimator visit:

Photo Identification Cards

The RUConnection ID card provides student access to libraries, computer labs, athletics and recreation center, meal plans, RU Express funds, student discounts, campus buildings, and other facilities.  ID Cards are available at the IMPACT booth located in the Campus Center lobby.  More information is available here.


Our campus is home to Graduate Housing that opened in Fall 2012, located at 330 Cooper Street.  To learn more about your on-campus and off-campus housing options, visit Housing and Residence Life