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Faculty New Jersey Transfer Equivalency Maintenance Page
NJ Transfer Homepage
Instructions for Evaluating Recommended Transfer Programs (RTP’s)
List of Community College Courses Needing Evaluation for Equivalency
University Access to CATALOGUES from many universities
Instructions for New Jersey Transfer Community College Course Syllabi
NJ Statewide Transfer Appeals Process
- Catalogues for Transfer Institutions available on the Open Area O:\openarea\Registrar\reports\Catalog 1
- Directions to Registrar Openarea Reports
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The New Jersey Council of County Colleges provides statewide leadership for the advancement of New Jersey’s 19 community colleges. Under the leadership of the community college trustees and presidents, NJCC is the voice of the community college sector before the state legislature and other branches of government. The Council is also the state coordinating organization for all community colleges in New Jersey.
1) The statewide transfer agreement does not guarantee admission to any four-year institution. Admission requirements vary by college, and many majors have a competitive admission process. It is your responsibility to research and fulfill all admission requirements, and complete the application process for each institution you apply to.
2) An Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree will be applied to a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree, and the Associate of Science (A.S.) degree will be applied to a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree as half of the credits required for that basic four-year degree. To transfer successfully, community college students should select an associate degree program that aligns with their anticipated bachelor degree major. Five-year degree programs will require transfer students to complete all credits required for the bachelor’s degree beyond the initial 60-64 credits that will transfer with the associate degree.
3) The A.A. and A.S. degrees will satisfy all lower-level General Education requirements, unless there are major-specific prerequisites or special graduation requirements that were not completed within the associate degree. Use the NJ Transfer website and consult with a community college transfer counselor when choosing courses so that you complete any prerequisites required for your major by the four-year college or university.
4) Each New Jersey public four-year college or university has a minimum grade requirement for community college courses to count as transfer credit. In most cases, the minimum grade requirement is the same for transfer students as it is for students who attended the four-year institution during their freshmen and sophomore years. It is your responsibility to check with the four-year college or university that you are interested in to find out the minimum transfer grade requirement.