Reporting Units

Twelve degree-granting schools, five academic research centers, three administrative units, two residential colleges, and one museum report directly to the Office of the Chancellor. See larger version of graphic [PDF].

Reporting Units Chart

Schools and Colleges

Our schools and colleges set academic standards, provide advising and other academic support, and serve as their students’ academic “family” within the larger university community.

Administrative Units

Office of Diversity and Inclusion

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion advances, promotes, and advocates for inclusiveness, diversity, and equity as key elements to achieve Rutgers’ strategic vision to be preeminent in research, excellent in teaching, and committed to community. 

Student Affairs

Student Affairs plays an integral part in student life at Rutgers. It provides a wide array of programs, services, and opportunities that enhance the overall student experience by cultivating student learning and success outside the classroom.

Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Undergraduate Academic Affairs (UAA) supports the academic needs of our undergraduate students through curricular programs, classroom services, and universitywide educational initiatives. The offices and units in UAA provide academic support, educational enrichment, and student development programs for the university’s diverse student body, and they provide funding and staff assistance for faculty to develop cocurricular programs and activities to enhance our students’ educational experience.

Art Museum

Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

The Zimmerli Art Museum is one of the largest and most distinguished university-based museums in the country and collects, preserves, researches, and exhibits world-class works of art to provide the university community and diverse regional, national, and international audiences with direct experience of the visual arts.

Research Centers and Institutes

Brain Health Institute

Overseen jointly with the Chancellor of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, the Brain Health Institute focuses on basic, translational, and clinical research into the biological bases of human brain function and dysfunction.

Eagleton Institute of Politics

Established in 1956 with an endowment from Florence Peshine Eagleton, the Eagleton Institute of Politics focuses on state and national politics through education and public service.

Human Genetics Institute of New Jersey

The mission of the Human Genetics Institute of New Jersey (HGINJ) is to operate a world-renowned institute of excellence in human and medical genetics, to collaborate with and enhance research and training programs in the life sciences of Rutgers, and to facilitate scientific relationships with the private sector.

Institute for Women's Leadership

A consortium of teaching, research, and public service units at Rutgers, the Institute for Women's Leadership is dedicated to examining leadership issues and advancing women's leadership in all arenas of public life— locally, nationally, and globally. 

Waksman Institute of Microbiology

The Waksman Institute of Microbiology is an interdisciplinary research institute devoted to excellence in basic research. Focus areas include developmental biology, cell biology, biochemistry, structural biology, genetics, and genomics.