Modified Fall 2020 Schedule

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 Contact Info / Hours

Phone:
732-548-6000
Fax:
732-906-7728
Contact:
Ask Enrollment Services
Location:
West Hall

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 Contact Info / Hours

Phone:
732-548-6000
Fax:
732-906-7728
Contact:
Ask Enrollment Services
Location:
West Hall

Application Process For Transfer Applicants

  1. Apply to the College

    Submit the application with a $25 application fee.

  2. Apply for Financial Aid

    Applying for Financial Aid is a three step process. We recommend that you apply online to speed up the process. It usually takes 1-2 weeks to process an online application or 6-8 weeks to process a paper application.

    Learn more about Financial Aid.

  3. Take College Placement Test

    Incoming students are evaluated in reading, writing and mathematical skills. A College Placement Test is given to determine skill levels in these areas. The results will be used, along with other information, to place you in the courses appropriate to your level of preparation. In some cases this may include non-college level developmental education courses.

    View Testing Schedule.

  4. Transfer Credits

    Submit an official college transcript(s) to Enrollment Services, if seeking transfer credit(s).

    (All students applying to our selective programs, international students seeking an I-20, Athletes, and/or receiving Veteran services are required to submit Official High School and College Transcripts.)

    For additional information, read more about our transfer credit process.

  5. Register for Classes

    Transfer students must attend a New Student Advising session to register for classes.

    In order to attend New Student Advising, you need to:

    1. Be fully admitted into the College.
    2. Take your College Placement Test or submit testing information to be exempt.

    New Student Advising provides an opportunity to:

    • Meet with an academic advisor.
    • Register for classes.
    • Receive your Registration Statement.

    Learn more about New Student Advising.

  6. Pay Your Bill

    You can pay your tuition bill online using a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, or Discover). You can also pay your bill at Orientation if you come prepared with a debit or credit card. Students taking 6 or more credits can apply for a Payment Option Plan that will spread the bill over 4 payments.

    Pay Online Now.

    Financial Aid applicants must either:

    • Have financial aid credited to your account by the due date.
    • Have a financial aid officer post a note to your account confirming your expected eligibility.
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