Codes: SAT CEEB: 002519 | ACT Code: 002614 | Financial Aid: 002642Candidates seeking formal admissions to a degree program must have earned or be in the process of earning at least twelve semester hours of college credit with a minimum GPA of 2.5.Applicants need to submit 6 required items to complete the admissions application for review.Transfer applicants are exempt from the Standardized Test requirements if they meet one of the following by the application deadline: The Common Application hosts two short answer questions and is the official writing sample used in the evaluation process.
The greater the number of college credits accumulated, the more weight the college transcript will carry during the application review process.
Although it is optional, we do recommend that applicants include a resume and letters of recommendation.» Transfer Applicant Frequently Asked Questions Contemplating transferring into The College of New Jersey?
If you attended high school outside of the United States, your transcripts will need to be evaluated by a United States agency that provides foreign credentials evaluations before being sent to TCNJ.
All transfer applicants are required to submit all college transcripts from every college that they have attended.
Please have all transcripts sent to The Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Attn: Transfer Department, directly from the college transcript office (otherwise, they will not be considered official).
If you attended college outside of the United States, your transcripts will need to be evaluated by a United States agency that provides foreign credentials evaluations before being sent to TCNJ.
TCNJ’s Application for Spring 2020 candidates will open on August 1st!
The College of New Jersey values undergraduate transfer students from both two-year and four-year institutions.
For students transferring from a four-year college, TCNJ can accept a maximum of 80 credits.
Credits will be evaluated by an Academic Evaluator in the Office of Records and Registration.