Make Rutgers your home. Or come home to Rutgers. How about both?
If you're looking for a challenge, a different major, and a better location, Rutgers welcomes transfer students like you.
Students who complete at least 12 college credits after high school graduation and prior to their planned enrollment at Rutgers should apply as transfer students. We’ll take a look at your college transcript(s) and conduct a credit evaluation after you have been admitted. A general rule of thumb: credit is given for courses taken at accredited colleges and universities, as long as you’ve earned a C or better and the course is equivalent to one offered at Rutgers. New Jersey community college transfer students may consult NJTransfer for information about transfer credit. If you're interested in health care professions, please also see application information for the School of Health Related Professions.
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