Transfer Students

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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. 

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


Transfer Application

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The Transfer Electronic Application is available. The deadline to apply has been extended until April 15. All transfer application fees are waived through April 1.

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.





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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

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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.