Messages to the Community

Selected statements and email messages sent from President Barchi to the Rutgers community.

Thanking Phoebe Haddon for Her Leadership as Chancellor
(February 17, 2020)

Championing excellence, access, and engagement, Chancellor Phoebe Haddon has moved Rutgers University–Camden forward in vital ways, and we are a better and stronger institution because of her.

Our Responsibilities in the Response to Coronavirus
(February 6, 2020)

Students look up to faculty and staff, and it is our responsibility to create a climate of support for them, particularly at this time.

We Need You to Help Create Our Climate Action Plan
(January 24, 2020)

The task force will hold town hall meetings in February to receive your input as we formulate a plan to achieve carbon neutrality and deal effectely with the effects of climate change.

Saluting Our Veterans
(November 11, 2019)

I want to thank everyone associated with Rutgers who has served in uniform, some of them still on active duty. We honor and applaud your service.

Our New Rutgers: A Seven-Year Perspective
(October 17, 2019)

Today I issued a companion report to my recent annual presentation to the University Senate on the state of the university. I invite you to read it and review the progress we have made together over the past seven years.

Message from President Barchi
(July 23, 2019)

It has been my privilege and pleasure to lead this community during the past seven years, and this will continue to be the case during my eighth and final year.

A $40 Million Commitment to Faculty Diversity
(April 3, 2019)

I am extending the Faculty Diversity Hiring Initiative to continue through fiscal year 2024, with an additional $20 million in strategic funding from my office.

Update on New Course Scheduling System
(April 2, 2019)

We are well on our way to creating a scheduling system that works best for our students.

Christopher Molloy Appointed as Rutgers-New Brunswick Chancellor
(February 6, 2019)

Dr. Molloy is a strong and steady leader who brings a deep understanding of the institution to every discussion about its future.

Assistance for Furloughed Federal Employees
(January 22, 2019)

The University will temporarily postpone collection of currently unpaid tuition, housing fees, and other charges for furloughed federal employees or their spouses or dependents.

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