Graduate Student Services
Attending graduate school while focusing on your career or family is always a challenge. Ramapo College recognizes this and provides a wealth of graduate student services.
The Cahill Center offers a comprehensive array of programs, services and activities The programs include Career Services with workshops, panels and seminars as well as individual and group counseling sessions, online career guidance, Job Fairs and job search strategies.
The new ARCHWAY online job search service links employers, students, alumni and graduate students.
Open until midnight Sunday through Thursday, the Library is open seven days a week in session. There is plenty space to read, study and prepare. With over 160,000 books, thousands of videos and endless online resources, the Potter Library should provide the foundation for your graduate studies.
The Center for Reading and Writing offers one-on-one, face-to-face tutoring in writing, reading, and study skills. We encourage ALL students to visit the Center, whether you want to improve your reading, learn strategies for strengthening your writing, brush up on study skills, or join for a workshop.
The Center offers Student Workshops on a range of topics from the research paper to MLA, APA, and Turabian/Chicago style guides. These 30-45 minute workshops are facilitated by Center staff, faculty and peer tutors.
The College bookstore is a resource for new, rented and used textbooks, trade books, magazines, software, supplies, clothing, snacks, music and more. Open until 10 p.m. Monday through Friday in semester, the College Bookstore is your source for pens, paper and peanuts. For your convenience, you can order online.
Dining services are available until 1 a.m. every day. From a early evening snack in The Atrium food court to a full meal in the Birch Tree Inn, graduates students at Ramapo College will find dining services to meet their needs. If you need a bottle of water, diet soda or a bag of chips, the Convenience Store in the Trustees Pavilion will be there for you until 11 p.m. every day.
The Robert Scott Student Center is the “living room” of the campus. The Center houses the Birch Tree Inn and The Atrium, the College Bookstore, the J. Lee’s game room and student lounge and well as plenty of space to spread out and relax.
Graduate students will find acres of parking on the campus near the Academic Complex. Parking is by permit, easily obtained online.
The College’s Public Safety Department monitors the campus 24/7 with active patrols and electronic systems. A campus-wide “blue box” system supports their efforts.