Parent & Family Association

The Rutgers Parents and Family Association was established to create lasting meaningful interactions between Rutgers University and the families of their students. Through meetings and events members of the Parents Association are able to build relationships with fellow family members, share advice and guidance.

Our meetings are open to all parents and family members, provide unprecedented access to University offices. Past meetings have included presentations from Career Services, The Rutgers University Police Department and a behind the scenes tour of the Livingston Dining Commons. Refreshments and parking for our meeting are always provided.

The Rutgers Parents and Family Association meets monthly. Please see this page for more information about meeting times and locations.

Can’t attend the meetings in person? You can still participate by Live-streaming the meetings on our Facebook page.

Upcoming Meeting Dates

Locations: Alexander Library
Meeting Topic/Presenting Speaker: Major Programs and Events
Parking information: Please use this link to register your vehicle for guest parking for the event so you do not receive a citation.  Parking is provided in Lots 26, 30 and College Ave Deck.
Please RSVP using this form

Location: Busch Student Center– Room 122
Meeting Topic/Presenting Speaker: Academic Advising
Parking information: Please use this link to register your vehicle. Parking is provided in Lots 51, 59, 60B, and 67.
Please RSVP using this link: RSVP Form

Locations: Career Exploration and Success Office – College Avenue
Meeting Topic/Presenting Speaker: Career Exploration and Success
Parking information: Please use this link to register your vehicle.  Parking is provided in Lots 1, 11, and 16.
Please RSVP by filling out this form: RSVP Form

Locations: Livingston Student Center – Gathering Lounge
Meeting Topic/Presenting Speaker: TBD
Parking information: Please use this link to register your vehicle.  Parking is provided in Green and Yellow Lots
Please RSVP by filling out this form.