Yes, you can minor in any of the majors available through the Rutgers–Brookdale partnership, as long as that major is offered through the same main Rutgers campus (Rutgers-Camden, Rutgers-Newark or Rutgers-New Brunswick) where you are registered. Speak with a Rutgers academic advisor at Brookdale to learn more.
We recommend that you speak with a Rutgers academic advisor at Brookdale to determine the possibility of a double major.
Yes, you can complete your undergraduate degree program at your own pace.
Yes, there are online components, depending on the particular program and course.
Undergraduate students are granted permission to take courses at a main campus on a case-by-case basis, as decided by the Rutgers at Brookdale Assistant Director of academic programs.
Yes, all courses that you take through Rutgers Statewide are taught by Rutgers faculty.
Yes, Rutgers faculty are here to help you.
No, you can complete your degree at your own pace.
No, an associate degree is not required to apply. The number of credits required before you apply depends on the degree you select and the level of courses you have taken. Speak with a Rutgers academic advisor at Brookdale for further clarification.
Yes, you are applying to be a Rutgers student and once you complete your degree program, you will earn a Rutgers degree.
No, you can begin to speak with a Rutgers academic advisor at Brookdale as soon as you decide you want to obtain a four-year degree at Rutgers.
When to apply and when you will receive a decision is based on where your program is located.
Yes, you may reapply if you are not accepted.
For details on transferring credits, please visit the page for your specific program. If you are a transfer student from a N.J. community college, visit NJ Transfer for help with transfer equivalency and course equivalency.
Yes, the course registration process is the same. Make sure that you apply to your program of choice at Brookdale Community College.
Personalized, on-site academic advising and enrollment consultation are available at Brookdale’s main campus in Lincroft as well as computer labs and access to the Rutgers University library system.
Yes. You will receive a Rutgers identification card as well as a NetID which provides you with access to all Rutgers facilities, including the library system, computer labs, gym, etc. If you have a specific eligibility request, check with your academic advisor at Brookdale.
College costs vary depending on your particular program. You can access information about academic expenses, Rutgers Statewide tuition and fees, tuition assistance, financial aid, and scholarships through Scarlet Hub.
Yes, financial aid is available to students attending Rutgers at Brookdale Community College. The Rutgers Office of Financial Aid can help you plan for and meet the expenses associated with attending Rutgers, including cost, eligibility, how to apply for aid, types of aid, tools and resources.
Absolutely, a degree from Rutgers University holds the same value regardless of where it was achieved. You will receive the same degree as those graduating from one of the main campuses.
Yes, and we invite you to also attend the Rutgers University commencement ceremony at the school of record campus. For example, if you major in Criminal Justice, a program through the Rutgers School of Arts & Science—New Brunswick, and attend classes at Brookdale Community College, your commencement ceremony will be held on the New Brunswick campus.
Each student progresses at his or her own pace, so there is no definitive answer. Students may attend on a part- or full-time basis.
The policy of Rutgers University applies if you have to take time off while pursuing your degree. You can speak with a Rutgers academic advisor at Brookdale for more information and review information.
You can transfer to a main campus, but this is determined on an individual basis assuming that you meet all of the Rutgers University requirements.
There are many benefits of completing your undergraduate degree through Rutgers Statewide: avoid the cost and time of commuting to a distant campus; save the room and board costs associated with living on campus; enjoy small class sizes and ready access to faculty members; benefit from one-on-one academic advising and enrollment consultation by dedicated Rutgers Statewide staff as well as computer labs and access to the Rutgers University library system; and graduate with a prestigious Rutgers degree, joining a powerful network of more than 585,000 Rutgers alumni.
Couldn't find an answer to your question?
If your question hasn't been answered, please contact us directly and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.