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We are pleased to announce the addition of a new screen to the NJ Transfer Website. Students can now access profiles and images of the participating colleges and universities from the 'NJ Transfer Participating Colleges and Universities' page. This new feature provides users with a snapshot of important information regarding the admission and transfer process, as well as a direct link to the college's home page.
 
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Welcome to NJ TRANSFER, the Web site that helps you transfer community college courses in the State of New Jersey. Its many features will assist you in learning:
 
  • Which courses to select at a community college
  • Which New Jersey four-year colleges offer equivalent courses
  • How the courses will satisfy four-year degree requirements
  • Where you can transfer your 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
We invite community college students, faculty, transfer and admissions advisors, and workforce counselors to begin using the many features available in NJ TRANSFER and to access the tools that will enable a successful transfer from a community college to a four-year college or university.
 
We also encourage high school students, parents, and school counselors to use NJ TRANSFER to aid in the selection of community college courses that can be used to complete both high school graduation and four-year degree requirements.
 
Additionally, community colleges can submit new/modified courses for review by the four-year institutions via Web Admin, the online maintenance feature; and colleges are able to send/receive electronic transcripts using either NJ TRANSFER's ET component or EDI software.
 
Click here for a tutorial on how to navigate the NJ TRANSFER Web site.

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