Office Of Student & Alumni Affairs
The Office of Student and Alumni Affairs is devoted to providing support services that will assist students in their pursuit of ensuring personal and academic success. A variety of services are offered and extended to all SHRP students. They include but are not limited to academic tutoring, college survival tips, counseling services, Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF), and services for students with disabilities.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Brochure
Please review the brochure below entitled "Alcohol And Other Drugs" to understand the health risks associated with alcohol and drug abuse, University policies regarding the illegal possession and distribution of drugs and much more.
Please click here to view the brochure
Office of UMDNJ Employee Assistance and Student Wellness
Student Wellness Article for December 2011: “Dangerous Relationships”
Please click here to read the article
The Student Wellness program is offering drop-in appointments.
In an effort to increase and encourage student utilization of the Student Wellness Program and to better accommodate student needs the student wellness program is offering DROP IN HOURS.
Please know we want Students to drop in but feel we can serve you better if you call before dropping in, this way we can insure you will have adequate time to address your needs. In any case, the following are the designated drop in days and hours:
Newark office, Behavioral Health Sciences Bldg. 973- 972- 4529
Regina Mantarro, MA,MFT office 1502 will see drop- in students at 1:00 on Monday
Mark Chernin,Ph,D. office 1501 will see drop-in students at 4:00 on Thursdays
Piscataway office, 501 Hoes Lane suite 202, 732- 235- 5930
Sarah Ben Younes Millot, LCSW will see drop-in students at 1:00 on Tuesday
Jim Walker, PhD. will see drop- in students at 4:00 on Monday
Stratford Camden office 227 Laurel Rd. # I Echelon Plaza, 856- 770- 5750
Fran Milarta will see drop- in students at 1:00 on Monday and 4:00 on Friday
If you want services and none of these times work for you please call the numbers above and make an appointment to see a counselor.
If you’re the victim of sexual violence…
There is never an excuse for using force, intimidation, or drugs/alcohol to induce someone to perform sexual acts of any kind. If you (or someone you know) have been the victim of sexual violence, on or off-campus, help is available, immediately and in the long-term. You are not alone – there are many sources of confidential help, and UMDNJ is committed to helping you secure the assistance you need.
Regardless of whether you wish to file a police report, it is important to seek medical assistance as soon as possible to receive preventive medication for possible sexually transmitted diseases and be eligible to receive emergency contraception.
For additional information and who to contact in case of an emergency, please click here.
Use of Recording Devices for Classes
When personally owned communication/recording devices are used by students to record lectures and/or classroom lessons, such use must be authorized by the faculty member or instructor who must give either oral or written permission prior to the start of the semester and identify restrictions, if any, on the use of mobile communication or recording devices.
2010 Allied Health Week
Office of Student and Alumni Affairs
Stanley S. Bergen Building
65 Bergen St
Newark, NJ 07101
973-972-7939 fax 973-972-4369
Please e-mail all Student Affairs inquiries to: OSAA@umdnj.edu
Sandie Armand, EOF/Student and Alumni Affairs: email@example.com
EOF/Student and Alumni Affairs Counselor/Disability Coordinator: OSAA@umdnj.edu
Douglas Lomonaco, Assistant Dean for Student and Alumni Affairs: firstname.lastname@example.org
To share your ideas and comments you can also use the SHRP Online Suggestion Box.