Special Population Students

Special Populations


Students considered part of our SAS Special Populations have life circumstances that may require specialized advising and other services, and includes students in need of academic accommodations, students in the Mountainview program, students with long-term disabilities, students with emotional and psychological health conditions, and students on the autism spectrum. We work in conjunction with other offices at Rutgers to help students coordinate a range of services across the University.

The Nontraditional Students and Special Populations team is located in the Douglass Advising Center.  Our deans and staff work with all SAS students, with the special mission of providing academic advising tailored to the needs and concerns of nontraditional students, second degree students, non-matriculating students, special populations students and reenrolling students.

Deans and staff can be reached by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 848-932-8888, 848-445-8888.

Nontraditional Students and Special Populations Staff

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See an SAS Dean for General Advising