Transfer Students

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Transfer Students

Pursuing a New Path

Transfer students make up a large segment of Rowan's student body and segue onto campus through the Office of Academic Transition Programs.

Transfer Applicants

The application deadline for spring 2016 has passed. Applications for fall 2016 will be available in December.

Please click here to find out more about the transfer application process.

Transferring your Credits

Arrange with your previous institution(s) to have official transcripts sent to:

Rowan University
Office of Admissions
201 Mullica Hill Rd
Glassboro, NJ 08028

For additional information regarding course equivalency, please visit the Transfer of Credit page.

For additional information about transferring courses from NJ Colleges and Universities, please visit NJ Transfer.

When Will I Find Out if I've Been Accepted?

Transfer applicants receive an admission decision approximately two weeks after receipt of application and official college or university transcripts. 

Transfer Tuesdays

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Learn more about transferring to Rowan at our Transfer Tuesday events. Connect with Admissions staff through individual appointments, group information sessions or online chat opportunities.

Transfer Student Admissions

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Join our robust transfer student population to earn an affordable, valuable bachelor’s degree from Rowan. Click here for information about transfer application deadlines and requirements.

Accepted Transfers

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Congratulations on your acceptance to Rowan University. Click here for information on completing your enrollment process to become a student.

Rowan College at Gloucester County

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The new home of Rowan’s nursing programs and the first campus with total course alignment in engineering, the former GCC offers students innovative paths to more affordable bachelors’ degrees.

Rowan College at Burlington County

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With its bachelor’s degree in general studies taught by Rowan professors on the Mt. Laurel campus, the former BCC offers students a new path to a more affordable bachelors' degrees.