NJ TRANSFER (njtransfer.org) is the website which assists in determining which courses taken at a New Jersey county or community college will transfer to Rutgers University-Camden. NJ TRANSFER was developed as a joint initiative of the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education and the New Jersey Presidents' Council. Its many features will assist you in learning:
- Which courses to select at a community college
- How the courses will satisfy four-year degree requirements
- Where you can transfer your county and community college courses in New Jersey, how to contact a New Jersey college or university if you need information about admissions, transferring courses, or transfer recruitment events
- Which professional fields are in high demand in the State, as well as other job opportunities
- Additional information for students who have earned an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science from a New Jersey county or community college
NJSWTA: The NJ Statewide Transfer Agreement
There is a review of all NJ community college transfer student records for AA and AS degree holders to determine compliance with the NJ Statewide Transfer Agreement. See: http://www.state.nj.us/highereducation/PDFs/XferAgreementOct08.pdf for the fully documented legislation.
If you have earned an A.A. or A.S. degree from a New Jersey Community College, you will enter Rutgers-Camden as a junior with 60 credits and half the credits remaining to complete a bachelor's degree. Please see njtransfer.org to determine those courses eligible for transfer. Credits earned beyond the requirements for the degree program are evaluated by ONSP for transfer on a course-by-course basis.