Sensory Resources

Sensory Resources

Summer Orientation

Before you attend your New Student Orientation Session - If you need any accommodations, please reach out to before your orientation session.

During your New Student Orientation session:

  • Let your Orientation Leader or any Orientation Team member know if you have any sensory concerns. 
  • If you need to step away from an activity, let your orientation leader know and they will show you how to get to our Quite Lounge (Busch Student Center Room #114)
  • Rutgers NB App
    • This sensory guide is not a complete schedule of all orientation activities. Our full orientation schedule can be found on our Rutgers NB App. 
    • STEP #1: Download the Rutgers–New Brunswick app via the Apple or Google Play Store 
    • STEP #2: Search and Download the “2024 Student Orientation” guide
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Orientation Day #1
Small Group Meetings
Mainstage Presentations
Breakout Room PresentationPhysical
Mainstage Skits
Social Activities
Orientation Day #2
Resource FairPhysical
Next Steps/Campus Navigation
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ODS - Lucy StoneThe Office of Disability Services (ODS) provides reasonable academic accommodations for students with disabilities. This office provides the necessary tools, resources, and support for individuals with disabilities to become responsible decision-makers and self-advocates in charge of their future. They are dedicated to providing information and resources necessary for students to pursue their academic, personal, and professional goals while at Rutgers. In addition, ODS is committed to working with administrators, faculty, staff, and students to cultivate an awareness of creating an inclusive environment for all individuals. For more information about accommodations at Rutgers visit


Aira App IconRutgers University is proud to be an Aira Access Partner, providing free visual interpreting services throughout the Rutgers—New Brunswick campus at any time of day or night. Any student, staff, faculty, or visitor can use Aira for free on a smartphone simply by downloading the Aira app and connecting with an agent. By using what is in the camera's view or shared on screen, the live interpreter can describe, read, explain, and navigate – just about anything safely and securely.  Learn more about Aira on the Office of Disability Services website.