Transfer Students

Thank you for choosing to transfer to Rowan!

We welcome transfer applicants from throughout New Jersey, across the country and around the world. Why do so many students come to Rowan as transfers? Small classes, competitive pricing, top faculty, growing curricula and multiple campuses are just a few of the reasons. 

Do you want to become part of a growing family? To make it convenient, you can choose between applying online or filling out a paper application!

The Rowan Online Application is for use by Transfer & International Transfer applicants only. If you are a transfer applicant and wish to apply online, click to Apply Now!

»Transfer Application
»Return Applicants
»Paper Transfer Application
»Paper Transfer Reactivation App

Rowan University rewards academic success through an extensive scholarship program. Consideration is given to accepted students in the top percentage of their class who have scored 1,150 or better (Critical Reading and Math) on the SAT.

A visit is the best way to learn about our academic programs, meet our professors, explore our state-of-the-art facilities and observe campus life. And best of all? No registration is required!

The Rowan University at Gloucester County College program (RU at GCC) represents a unique partnership between a four-year state university and a leading county college. The RU at GCC program provides GCC students an efficient and cost-effective pathway to a Rowan University Bachelor’s degree without ever having to leave the Gloucester County College campus.

Deadlines, Notifications, and Fees
We are now accepting applications for Fall 2014 until June 15th. The application fee is $65 with and admissions deposit of $100. All Transfer applicants receive an admissions decision approximately four weeks after receipt of application and official transcripts. Transfer applicants for mid-year admissions are notified by Dec 1st.
Admission Requirements
Admission to Rowan University as a transfer student is competitive. Any applicant who has completed 12 or more college credits at another institution is considered a transfer student. Students seeking a second bachelor's degree are also considered transfer students, whether they graduated from Rowan or another institution.
Academic Transition/Transfer of Credit
The Office of Academic Transition Programs is here to assist you with your transition from your previous institution to Rowan University. We encourage you to work with your academic advisor to create an academic plan that makes good use of your transferred credits and helps you achieve your academic goals. The links to the right are some helpful tools to assist you with your transition.
Welcome Wednesdays
Welcome Wednesdays The Office of Academic Transition Programs, in collaboration with the University Advising Center and the Office of Orientation and Student Leadership Programs, hosts a series of workshops called Welcome Wednesdays in the fall and spring semesters. These workshops are designed for new transfer students and will give you an opportunity to learn how to make the most of your time at Rowan University and give you an opportunity to meet other new transfer students.