Orientation is the beginning of your time on campus. As such, we want to remind you that this means that you are responsible for adhering to the University Code of Conduct. Below are a list of some of the more common violations that you should be aware of before joining us for New Student Orientation.
EXPECTATIONS OF OUR STUDENTS
You may find the rest of both the Rutgers Student Conduct Code on their websites. We want to stress that the policies are in place to ensure the your safety, health and enjoyment of the orientation program so it is important that you abide by all of these policies.
DISMISSAL FROM THE ORIENTATION PROGRAM
At New Student Orientation we take the safety and integrity of our program very seriously. We enforce university policies because it helps to ensure that all of our attendees can enjoy and benefit from our program. Additionally, attending orientation is a part of your experience as a Rutgers student. You are no longer a guest or “just visiting”. Violations of the above policies can lead to:
- the creation of a student conduct record
- sanctions that must be completed by an assigned date
- a conduct meeting with the Dean of Students
This is your home now. The following actions will result in immediate dismissal from our program.
- any crime that leads to an arrest
- non-compliance with any staff member’s request or instructions
- any transport to a hospital as a result of consumption of alcohol or a controlled substance
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION WAIVER AND PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT
By signing up for an orientation session, you understand and agree to the terms, policies, and expectations outlined in the Rutgers University New Student Orientation Waiver and Participation Agreement, found here.