|The package price above includes a search of your current county of residence. If any additional counties are found associated with your name, they will be searched for no additional charge. If additional counties are found associated with your name within the state of NJ, a New Jersey State Police Search will be added to your order for no additional charge.
If Kings, Queens, New York, Bronx, Richmond, Cayuga, Orleans, or Nassau counties in New York are found associated with your name, a New York Statewide Criminal search will be added for no additional charge.
The package price above includes researching records under your current name and any additional names you may have used, if applicable.
This package includes document storage. At the end of the order process, you will be prompted to upload specific documents required by your school for immunization, medical or certification records.
In order to complete your educational program at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) , the performance of a completed criminal background check is required. Some University-affiliated clinical facilities may require disclosure of a student's criminal background check report prior to permitting the student to participate in the educational program at the facility. Rutgers engages the services of a consumer reporting agency to conduct this background check. Authorization to conduct this background check and results deemed favorable by Rutgers are conditions for admission and continued enrollment.
By placing this online order, I hereby authorize Rutgers to obtain consumer reports (criminal background check) in order to satisfy the requirements of my educational program. I will be informed if my offer of admission is denied or rescinded or if my enrollment is terminated because of information obtained from the consumer reporting agency; in that event, upon my written request, the consumer reporting agency will provide me with a copy of the report and a "Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act." (FCRA 15 U.S.C. 1681 et seq.)