We have staff who can help you design, develop, teach, and/or enhance your course with more effective activities and technology. They can also help you devise processes to evaluate and improve your course over time.
- University's academic integrity information for students
- Library Resources on Plagiarism and Academic Integrity
Curriculum and Course Review
The processes and approvals used by the school to add, change, or delete courses, specializations, and other curricula are described here.
When a program is submitting a new course for consideration to be added permanently to the curriculum, faculty should use this cover sheet to submit it.
When a program is submitting revisions to an existing course, faculty should use this cover sheet to submit it.
Enrichment Funding for Courses
As of 2018, New Brunswick's Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs no longer offers funding for enrichment activities for classes. The Dean's office is now providing such support internally for SC&I classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The process for enrichment funding is:
- An instructor should complete the funding application form (linked here), and submit it to their chair for approval.
- If the department chair approves, he/she should submit the signed form to the Associate Dean for Programs for final approval.
- If the request is approved, the instructor will be notified.
- If students are traveling to the site on their own – no further steps are necessary. In the case of leasing a vehicle to take the class on the trip, the instructor must then submit (a) the signed approval form, (b) a detailed itinerary, and (c) the roster of students in the class to Matt Spaventa in the Office of Risk Management to obtain a waiver form for students to sign. You can contact Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org or (848) 932-3008.
- The instructor should distribute the form to the students in the class and receive back signed forms from all students who will be going on the trip.
- Any student who does not sign the form should not go on the field trip.
- The instructor must email a scan of the signed forms to Matt Spaventa in advance of the trip.
- The instructor should give the original forms to a faculty support staff member. Those forms must be retained by SC&I for seven years.
End of semester grades
Click here for an information sheet that has details and advice for faculty on submitting grades.
Grade change advice
“Grade appeals: An overview for students” is a handout you can give to students to help them understand the grade appeal process and strategies.
This is a document all instructors may use to help build a syllabus. It includes required and optional sections along with explanations and suggestions for use. To access a Word version of the template so you can more easily cut and paste from it, click here. (downloads document) To access a PDF of the document, click here. (downloads document)
*Curriculum Review Processes at SC&I – For more related to curriculum review processes at SC&I, see the section on Organizational and Governance resources (left menu).
Taking a trip with a class
The university offers this advice page for those considering a field trip with a class.
If you are taking a trip with your class, please provide an itinerary to your program director.
Please have your students complete one of the appropriate waivers for your trip:
- Bus Trip Waiver
- Student Not Returning with Group Waiver
- Student Traveling Alone Waiver
- Train Trip Waiver
Field Trips with Students and Other Enriching Classroom Experiences (University Support)
Office of Undergraduate Education in New Brunswick will provide financial support for class trips and other activities that support learning. For information and to apply for the funds, please visit their site.
If you do travel with students, you need to have them complete a trip waiver. The appropriate waiver depends on the mode of transportation.
Other teaching and learning resources at Rutgers
Supporting activities related to undergraduate research and education, Aresty can provide instructors with help sponsoring field trips and other educationally enriching experiences.
- Course Evaluation Results (SIRS: Student Instructional Rating Survey)
- Teaching Assistant Project (TAP)
Course management systems
Search by class number for final exam schedule.
New Brunswick Registrar
RAMS (Rutgers Automated Mass-Mailing System)
RAMS helps you create and use an automatically-generated mailing list for your classes. Once on the RAMS site, use the links on the left of the page to generate your lists.
Log in to access your class roster.