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Incoming Students

University Resources

We know that getting settled can be overwhelming for new students. Below is a list of University departments, offices, and services to help you explore the many resources available to you.

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Billing, Financial Aid, and Tuition

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Health and Wellness

  • Athletics and Recreation: learn about the University’s athletic facilities
  • CARE Network: a student support service dedicated to connecting you with appropriate resources to maintain your wellness and success
  • Interfaith Chapel: a place for people to worship in their particular faith and a place where people of different faiths, or no religious tradition at all, can share in dialogue, worship, and interfaith education
  • Public Safety: the home of campus safety, lost and found, emergency medical response, and motorist assistance services
  • University Counseling Center: provides you with a variety of mental health services
  • University Health Service: offers you campus health services, and more information on the health insurance requirements, student health program, and mandatory health fee

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Housing and Dining

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Student Affairs and Services

  • Center for Community Engagement: fosters leadership among you, as well as faculty, staff, and community partners, to discover transformative solutions and create equitable social change in the Rochester community and beyond
  • David T. Kearns Center for Leadership and Diversity: provides educational guidance and support services to historically underrepresented minority students, and professional and social programming on topics addressing the racial and ethnic diversity
  • Office of Disability Resources: works to ensure that people with all kinds of disabilities have equal access and equal opportunity to fully participate in the University experience
  • Gwen M. Greene Center for Career Education and Connections: helps you explore career options, find jobs and internships, and get help with your resumes and cover letters
  • ID Office: provides you with your ID card, which helps you access online accounts, campus facilities, and allows you to access the URos in your account
  • Information Technology: your go-to resource for your email, NetID, computer software, cable TV, and computer labs
  • International Services Office: provides services to the University’s international students and scholars
  • Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center: creates and promotes opportunities for cultural awareness and engagement, as well as education on issues of identity, culture, and diversity
  • Transportation and Parking Management: manages your parking permits and locations, campus shuttle schedules, and provides information on how to get around Rochester
  • University Bookstore: the place to purchase textbooks, university apparel, and supplies

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