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Yes, courses that you take through the Rutgers Statewide program are taught by Rutgers faculty.
You can complete most undergraduate degree programs at your own pace with the exception of the full-time undergraduate Social Work program. Evening and weekend classes are available, depending on the program and location.
You can complete most degree programs at your own pace.
Yes, both degree completion programs are 100% online effective Spring 2022. Additional support with a local Rutgers advisor is available.
Undergraduate students are granted permission to take courses at a main campus on a case-by-case basis, as decided by the Manager of Academic Programs at your location of choice.
We recommend you visit rutgers.edu to see if the program you are interested in is available at one of the main Rutgers campuses.
The number of credits required before you apply depends on the degree you select and the level of courses you have taken. Select degree programs require the completion of an associate degree. We strongly encourage all students to complete an associate of arts or associate of science degree before transferring. Please contact us for further clarification.
For select degree programs, yes, you can take the next step and apply. Consult with the academic manager at your location first.
To discuss this question, please contact the academic manager at the off campus location that you are interested in, or Rutgers University admissions.
Yes, once you apply and are accepted, you are a full-fledged Rutgers student. You take regular Rutgers classes taught by Rutgers faculty. Once you complete your degree program, you earn a Rutgers diploma.
Yes, you can speak with an academic manager at your community college about transferring at any time while you are completing your associate degree.
The timelines for when to apply and when you will receive a decision are based on where your program is located.
You should speak with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to discuss your application and get their recommendations on how you can improve your chances for acceptance in a future semester.
Each location offers personalized, on-site academic advising and enrollment consultation as well as access to the Rutgers University library system. As a Rutgers student, you can continue to take advantage of select services offered at your community college site.
Generally, the tuition is comparable, but the fees may vary. Many students save money by reducing commuting costs and/or housing costs associated with living on campus.
Yes. You will receive a Rutgers identification card as well as a Net ID which provides you with access to select Rutgers facilities, including the library system, computer labs, gyms, etc. If you have a specific eligibility request, check with the Academic Manager at your selected location.
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 Atlantic Cape Community College, your commencement ceremony will be held on the New Brunswick campus.
If you need to withdraw from the University while completing your degree, Rutgers University policy applies. You can speak with the Academic Manager at your selected location for more information.
While it is possible to apply to transfer internally at Rutgers, we do not generally recommend it for students considering a Rutgers Statewide degree program. You should consult with your academic manager before applying if you wish to attend another Rutgers location in the future.
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 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.
Please contact us to determine if this is possible.
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