Admissions Profile

The charts below indicate the SAT and ACT score ranges and grade-point averages for the middle 50% of high school students admitted to Rutgers for fall 2015.


Fall 2015 Ranges for the Middle 50%
of Regularly-Admitted Students+

Rutgers University-New Brunswick


School of Arts and Sciences
Mason Gross School of the Arts
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

SAT I Scores
(
Critical Reading, Math & Writing)

1760-2060
1670-1950
1720-2030

ACT Scores

26-31

24-29

25-31

Grade-Point Average*

3.5-4.0

3.4-4.0

3.5-4.0


School of Engineering
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy

SAT I Scores
(Critical Reading, Math & Writing)

1910-2180
2090-2280

ACT Scores

28-33

32-34

Grade-Point Average*

3.7-4.2

3.9-4.3


Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick
School of Nursing

SAT I Scores
(Critical Reading, Math & Writing)

1870-2120
1830-2030

ACT Scores

28-32

27-31

Grade-Point Average*

3.6-4.0

3.8-4.1


Fall 2015 Ranges for the Middle 50%
of Regularly-Admitted Students+

Rutgers University-Camden


Camden College of Arts and Sciences
School of Business - Camden
School of Nursing - Camden

SAT I Scores
(
Critical Reading, Math & Writing)

1540-1870
1490-1810
1560-1820

ACT Scores

22-28

21-27

23-27

Grade-Point Average*

3.3-3.9

3.1-3.8

3.5-4.0

 


Fall 2015 Ranges for the Middle 50%
of Regularly-Admitted Students+

Rutgers University-Newark


Newark College of Arts and Sciences
Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-Newark

SAT I Scores
(
Critical Reading, Math & Writing)

1560-1900
1560-1830

ACT Scores

23-28

22-27

Grade-Point Average*

3.3-3.9

3.2-3.7


School of Public Affairs and Administration
School of Criminal Justice

SAT I Scores
(
Critical Reading, Math & Writing)

1480-1860
1450-1740

ACT Scores

21-28

21-26

Grade-Point Average*

3.1-3.8

3.1-3.7


+ "Middle 50%" means that 25% of admitted first-year students exceeded these ranges and 25% of regularly admitted first-year students had scores and grade-point averages below these ranges. Rutgers conducts a holistic review of each student's application that takes into consideration many more factors than test scores and cumulative grade-point average. (See How We Make Decisions.)

* Grade-point average is on a weighted scale from 0 ("F") to 4.5 ("A+").