Transfer Students

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS
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Transfer Students

Thank you for choosing to transfer to Rowan!

Students choose to transfer to Rowan for a multitude of reasons, some of which include our competitive pricing, top faculty, small class size, growing curricula and multiple campuses. 

Attend instant decision days on the last Tuesday of every month, February through June. Participants will meet with admissions counselors, have their application fee waived, and take transfers-only campus tours. Schedule an appointment today.

We are no longer accepting applications for fall 2016. Applications for spring 2017 will be available in September.

Have you already been accepted as a transfer student?  Click Here for more information​.

 

Transfer Tuesdays

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Attend instant decision days on the last Tuesday of every month, February through April. Participants will meet with admissions counselors, have their application fee waived, and take transfers-only campus tours.

 

 

 

Scholarships

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We reward academic success. Scholarship onsideration is given to students in the top percentage of their class who have scored 1,150 or better (Critical Reading & Math) on the SAT.

Virtual Tour

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!

Rowan College at Gloucester County

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The new home of Rowan's nursing programs and the first campus with total course alignment in engineering, the former GCC offers students innovative ways to a more affordable bachelor's degree.

Rowan College at Burlington County

A male student wearing a backpack smiles in front of a sign for Laurel Hall at Rowan College at Burlington County.

With its bachelor's in General Studies degree taught by Rowan on the Mt. Laurel campus (and more soon to come), the former BCC offers its students innovative ways to a more affordable degree.