Welcome to RUSA!

Take a look around to find out more about our organization, what we do, how we do it, and why!

The Rutgers University Student Assembly E-Board posing for a group photo and smiling.

Who are we?

The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) is the official governing body for undergraduate students at the New Brunswick/Piscataway campuses. RUSA advocates on behalf of student concerns regarding official policies and priorities; provides a forum for the open expression of student ideas; allocates student fee funding to over 400 student organizations through the RUSA Allocations Board. Our goals include amplifying the student's voice, bridging communities to establish productive lines of communication, and engaging students to take an active role in issues within their communities. The Student Assembly meets Thursdays in the Student Activities Center Raritan River Lounge. RUSA Allocations meets Monday evenings at the College Avenue Student Center. 



When? Thursday @ 7:30 PM

Where? Student Activities Center on College Ave

What will the meeting be about?  Agenda


"We are dedicated to the student body of Rutgers University. We are your voice, and we are here to do whatever we can to make your years here as memorable as possible."



 RUSA advocates, legislates, and allocates


ADVOCATE: Work with Rutgers Administration to act as the voice of the undergraduate student body

LEGISLATE: Create bills and resolutions enacting projects to make lasting change throughout our university

ALLOCATE: Distribute over one million dollars of funding to 400+ student organizations