Rutgers Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes
Bill BaileyWilliam Bailey
Athletic Academic Advisor

Teams:  Men’s & Women’s Lacrosse, Men’s & Women’s Golf and Softball.

During in his 15 years at Rutgers, Bill has worked with Football, Baseball, Men’s Swimming, Men’s and Women’s Fencing, Men’s Track & Field and Women’s Gymnastics. He helps coordinate the class checking program, and currently runs study hall.  His office is located at the Hale Center (Football Stadium) on the Busch Campus.

Prior to coming to Academic Support Services, Bill spent two years working for Project C.O.R.E. (Community Organized to Regain Environment) through the Office of Continuing Professional Education, Rutgers University. It was a program designed to assist troubled youth in Essex County, New Jersey.

Bill graduated from Cook College with a Business and Environmental Economics degree in 1994. While attending Rutgers, he participated on the varsity football team as a walk-on, starting four years in the backfield as tailback and fullback and earning a full scholarship. Bill scored the first BIG EAST touchdown in 1991 against Boston College and was named co-Captain for the 1993 season.

Bill currently lives in Woodbridge Township with his wife, Sonya.