Once again, congratulations on your admission to the Rutgers-Camden MBA program. As you begin your studies at Rutgers, the information below will assist you in navigating the Rutgers system.
MBA Program Orientation
Rutgers School of Business-Camden will conduct an MBA orientation the week before the semester begins. This is a mandatory event for all incoming MBA students. More details, regarding the date/time of the orientation will be sent as we get closer to the event.
In addition to completing your Admission Acknowledge Form (AAF), please respond to the congratulatory email sent by Joany McCracken offering course options to enroll as you begin your MBA program.
You will receive an admissions packet via US mail within several days after your are formally admitted. The packet contains your formal certificate of admission along with information for admitted students.
Deferral of Admission
Admitted students who would like to defer their admission by a semester or up-to-one year, must put their request in writing to Joany McCracken at jbmcc@Camden.Rutgers.edu.
Obtain a NetID and Email Address
All enrolling students are assigned a Rutgers unique identifier known as a NetID, which allows you to access many of the electronic services available to you at Rutgers, including registering for classes and access to your Rutgers email account.
Rutgers email addresses are used for official communication between university offices and students. It is extremely important for you to activate your NetID and check your email daily.
Your NetID is different than your RUID. Your RUID is used in place of a social security number to identify you on class rosters and with most university departments. It is important for placement tests, advising, and anything Rutgers related. Please activate your Rutgers NetID.
Registering for Classes
Your Personal Access Code (PAC) by default is your month and day of birth in MMDD format.
To be considered for financial assistance, you must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Rutgers federal code is 002629. Visit our Financial Aid website for the most updated Financial Aid information. For any questions please contact Rebekka Howell at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (856) 225-6039.
The Student Accounting Financial Services office will email you when your term bill is available online. You will not receive a tuition bill via mail.
In general, fall term bills are available in July and are due in August, and spring term bills are available in November and are due in January.
The Office of International Students (OIS) is committed to providing quality advising services and supportive programming to our international population. The goal of the OIS is to support your academic success by helping you navigate the challenges you encounter as an international student.