HPO Forms

Letters of Recommendation

Letter of Recommendation Request Forms - click here

For Letter Writers:  Guidelines for Writing Letters of Recommendation


RELEASE FORMS:

During COVID-19, all release forms should be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Before doing so, please log onto HPO Student Portal to confirm that you have a file and that all expected letters have been received.  All release form processing fees can be paid either through SchoolPay (with added convenience fee) through the above links or via check made payable to Rutgers University then mailed to the HPO office address below with your RU ID#.  We cannot process refunds for payments that have been made in error.

Health Professions Office
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Nelson Biological Laboratories, Room A-207
604 Allison Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854


FORM LETTERS FOR SCHOOLS REGARDING SPECIFIC CLASSES

Has the school to which you applied asked for official documentation regarding your one semester biology or chemistry lab?  If so, please find the appropriate letter below for you to include with your application.

General Biology 117 Lab HPO

General Chem Lab 171 HPO

General Chem Lab for engineers HPO

Organic Chem Lab 311 HPO

If the school to which you are applying has asked about your 2nd English class and you are registered with the HPO, send us an email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) with your full name, RUID#, and the class name and number which you feel satisfies your 2nd English requirement.  As soon as we are able to verify that the class appears on your schools English requirement list, we will provide you a letter officially verifying completion of a 2nd English class.  It is important that you include the course title/number because the HPO administrative staff are not in a position to guess which classes satisfy that requirement.  If you need help identifying a class, you should make an appointment to meet with an advisor or a dean.