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.
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.
Please have your high school transcript sent to The Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Attn: Transfer Department, directly from the high school (otherwise, they will not be considered official).
The Common Application secondary school report does not need to be submitted.You cannot apply “undeclared” to TCNJ as a Transfer applicant.TCNJ strongly encourages transfer applicants to submit between one and three letters of recommendation.The applicant pool for transfer applicants is very competitive.To be eligible to apply as a transfer, an applicant must have earned or be in the process of earning at least 12 college credits with a minimum GPA of 2.5.Please keep in mind that this is a general guideline.For students transferring from a two-year college, TCNJ can accept a maximum of 64 credits.SAT or ACT scores are required for most transfer applicants.Scores must be sent from an official testing agency or printed on an official school transcript.TCNJ does not require the Common Application’s “Secondary School Final Report”.The Common Applicaton’s “Transfer College Report” will be required for all enrolled students.