Incoming Undergraduate Students

Prior to attending, new undergraduate students who have never attended Rutgers before should visit and complete all the tasks linked through the Enrollment Pathway.

Here you'll find information organized for specific groups of students. A student may be part of several of these groups at once (for example: transfer, international, second degree); please a look at each that applies to you.

  • FIRST YEAR
    Never attended Rutgers before and have not receive college credit prior to graduating High School.
  • TRANSFER
    Never attended Rutgers before, high school graduates who will have completed at least 12 college credits since high school and prior to expected date of enrollment at Rutgers.
  • SCHOOL TO SCHOOL TRANSFER
    Currently enrolled undergraduate students at Rutgers University working toward a degree who wish to apply for admission to another school within the university.
  • RE-ENROLLMENT
    Formerly enrolled undergraduate students at Rutgers University once working toward a degree who wish to apply for re-admission to a school within the university.
  • INTERNATIONAL
    Students currently studying in the United States or students who intend on entering the United States to study on a student visa (F-1 or J-1) in high school, college or an English Language Program.
  • NON TRADITIONAL
    Adults whose formal education has been interrupted, students needing to pursue higher education on a part-time basis, postbaccalaureate students pursuing a second undergraduate degree or major, nonmatriculating students, international students, and veterans.
  • NON MATRICULATING
    Students admitted to Mason Gross who are not actively working towards completion of an undergraduate degree.
  • SECOND DEGREE
    A second degree student is someone who earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and is in need of implementing a complete change of their career path and who is willing to commit time and energy to their new academic endeavor.

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