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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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  Find Course Equivalencies  
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  NJ STARS, Financial Aid, Scholarship, and EOF Programs  
  Information for NJ Community College AA/AS Degree Holders  
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  1. Before using NJ TRANSFER, you are strongly encouraged to review the tutorial How To Navigate the NJ TRANSFER Web site, as well as the Glossary and Frequently Asked Questions sections. The NJ TRANSFER Glossary will explain some of the terminology used in higher education, as well as terminology specific to NJ TRANSFER. Many of the terms in the Glossary are also illustrated with examples.

  2. You can utilize the NJ TRANSFER Find Course Equivalencies component to determine the transferability of your courses to participating colleges and universities.

  3. You can utilize the NJ TRANSFER Plan Your Academic Program component to ensure you have fully identified all of the degree requirements for your academic program. Each Recommended Transfer Program lists the general education and major departmental requirements. You are also strongly encouraged to read the text information found at the bottom of the grid and click on links, where available, for more comprehensive information about the institution's academic policies and requirements.

  4. You should also seek advice on transferring to participating colleges and universities from your academic advisor or campus transfer counselor if attending a New Jersey community college. If you are a student at a four-year institution and plan to complete and transfer a course from a community college, you should first seek permission from your advisor.

  5. Visit a college's/university's Web site, located under 'NJ Colleges and Universities' on the drop down menu, to familiarize yourself with the application/admissions procedures and deadlines. To learn more about an institution's transfer policies, admissions requirements, or to ask a specific question, click here to link to a list that includes the name and e-mail address for the transfer contact person at the college/university of your choice.

  6. Be aware that course and program requirements at two and four-year colleges may change. Therefore, it is advisable to consult frequently with Internet resources, including NJ TRANSFER, and your advisor or transfer counselor for changes in course and program requirements.

  7. Click on the NJ TRANSFER HELP icon to view helpful hints on how to utilize the tools found on the selected page.

Disclaimer: NJ TRANSFER and the institutions represented periodically amend, change, add, delete, update, or alter the information including, without limitation, requirements, course equivalencies, Recommended Transfer Programs and available courses.


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