Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick

Piscataway, NJ

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick

Piscataway, NJ

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Transferring is a big decision. Rutgers–New Brunswick enrolls over 2,800 transfer students each year, so transfer students choosing Rutgers can rest assured they will not experience the college transfer process alone. As the leading public research university in New Jersey, Rutgers gives students unmatched resources and opportunities. Amongst those are a variety of support programs and experiences especially for transfer students—to ease the transition and make the adjustment to a new university fun and memorable.

Here are some of the ways Rutgers–New Brunswick ensures success for transfer students.

Transfer Mentorship Program
New transfer students team up with a transfer mentor who’s “Been there, done that!” to help adjust to life at Rutgers. Any transfer student has the opportunity to become a mentor for a future incoming student.

Students in Transition Seminar
This mandatory 1-credit course introduce transfer students to the skills necessary to be successful in and outside the classroom.
(School of Arts and Sciences students only)

Tau Sigma Honor Society (Gamma Xi Chapter)
This is a national honor society for transfers that recognizes high academic achievement and promotes involvement at Rutgers.
(School of Arts and Sciences students only)

Transfer-Specific Orientation Programs
Rutgers recognizes the need for transfer students to feel prepared, confident, and excited about joining a new college community, so they are welcome to the Scarlet Knight family with intentional programming.

Living-Learning Communities
Rutgers offers incoming transfer students a multitude of learning community offerings. Students in learning communities will enjoy the benefits of sharing common residential and academic experiences while making new friends, exploring common interests and being a part of a close community of peers.

NJ Community College Transfer Students
There’s a smooth road to Rutgers for transfer students from New Jersey's community colleges when they use NJTransfer as your guide. The New Jersey State-Wide Transfer Agreement provides additional information about transferring from a New Jersey community college.




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#1 National University, Most Students Transferring in | U.S. News & World Report


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All About Rutgers

• Founded in 1766
• One of the nine original colonial colleges
• Eighth-oldest institution of higher learning in North America
• Birthplace of intercollegiate football

• Twelve consecutive years as a top producer of Fulbright Students
• One of 64 North American universities in the prestigious Association of American Universities
• 16:1 student-faculty ratio
• 120+ undergraduate majors
• 175+ research centers and institutes
• 120+ first-year seminars capped at 20  students and taught by senior faculty
• 175+ research centers and institutes
• 61% of classes enroll less than 30 students

Careers for Rutgers Graduates
• Extensive career services operation for Rutgers students and alumni
• Top employers include Amazon, Bloomberg, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, Google, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Lockheed Martin, L’Oreal, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and RWJBarnabas Health.
• Average starting salary of $57,500

• Big Ten Conference
• 24 NCAA Division I sports
Men’s sports: Baseball, basketball, cross-country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, track & field (indoor and outdoor), wrestling
Women’s sports: Basketball, cross-country, field hockey, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field (indoor and outdoor), volleyball 
• More than 100 club sports and intramural teams
• Audition-based cheerleading and dance team clubs
• Students with high school marching band experience may sign up for the Marching Scarlet Knights.

• 45 minutes from New York City
• 1.5 hours from Philadelphia 
• 3 hours from Baltimore
• 4 hours from Washington, DC
• 5 hours from Boston

Student Life
• 35,000+ undergraduate students
• Students from all 50 states and more than 110 countries
• 750+ student organizations
• 170+ study abroad programs in 50+ countries
• 80+ fraternities and sororities
• Air Force, Army, and Navy ROTC

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