Accepted Transfer Students
Accepted Transfer Students
Welcome to Rowan University!
We are glad that you have chosen to come Rowan to continue your education. Many faculty, staff, and administrators across campus are happy to assist you with your transition from your previous institution to Rowan University.
The following information will help you complete the enrollment process at Rowan University. For many of the following registration processes you will need your Rowan Student ID number. This number is located on the top left corner of your acceptance letter. The first time you log into any system your password is your birthdate (mmddyy - example: April 3, 1990 would be 040390).
Have a question? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a prompt response from Rowan University staff.
Spring 2016 Accepted Students - you received an Enrollment Confirmation form with your acceptance letter. In order to officially enroll at Rowan University you need to mail that confirmation form to Rowan, along with the $200 enrollment fee. The fee must be paid via check or money order. Cash and electronic payment are not accepted at this time. Please mail the Enrollment Confirmation and fee to the address listed on the bottom of the form.
Please note: You will not be able to do many of the other things on this page (register for housing, register for orientation, etc.) until your Enrollment Confirmation form and fee have been received and logged by the Admissions Office.
Questions related to the Enrollment Confirmation form and fee should be directed to the Admissions Office - 877-RU-ROWAN, 856-256-4200, or email@example.com.
Once you are accepted for admission, the Registrar and the academic department for your intended academic program will complete a credit evaluation for you. Approximately eight weeks after acceptance, your completed credit evaluation will be available online via your student Banner account.
Credit evaluations are completed in two stages. General education equivalences are determined by the Registrar's Office, Division of Credential Evaluations. Additional courses, including those applicable to your individual major, are evaluated by the advisement coordinator in your accepted academic department. If you are currently enrolled in courses at another institution, it is your responsibility to have a final official transcript forwarded to the Registrar as soon as it becomes available. Students with questions about specific course or advisement issues can email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
To view your transfer credit evaluation, login to Self Service Banner and navigate to Student -> Student Records -> Transfer Credit Report.
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.
Credit Appeal process
After you have reviewed your transfer credit evaluation with your advisor, if you disagree with a transfer equivalency at Rowan, please complete the Transfer Credit Appeal process.
Transfer Orientation, Information Sessions and More
Transfer Orientation provides you with the information you need to make the most of your Rowan experience. To find out more and to reserve your spot today, visit the Transfer Orientation site.
Transfer Information Sessions introduce you to Rowan’s registration system, academic program information and assist with initial course scheduling. Check back for Spring 2016 dates.
Prior to beginning your first semester at Rowan, please visit these additional mandatory links:
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. Need assistance connecting with an academic advisor?
Contact email@example.com and we’ll point the way.
Log in to your Self-Service Banner account.
Access Section Tally, a website with up-to-the-minute information on finding courses.
This page provides information relevant to the upcoming term’s registration process.
- Transfer Student Checklist
- Rowan Student Handbook
- Academic Planning Guide
- Start Up Smart Events
- Leadership Rowan
- Transfer Student FAQ's
- Education Majors - According to the new standards established by the New Jersey Department of Education, students entering their first benchmark (Sophomore Year) must pass Praxis Core. For more information, click the link.