For additional information on specific agreements, contact Kristi Collemacine at (609) 463-3993 or email@example.com, or visit www.atlantic.edu and search under Transfer Agreements. For Dual Admissions agreements, contact Admissions at (609) 343-5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Dual Admission Scholars Program
Atlantic Cape Community College-Fairleigh Dickinson University Scholars Program is a partnership which makes earning a bachelor's or master's degree faster and more convenient by offering FDU classes at Atlantic Cape Community College. This agreement offers convenience & flexibility with: classes close to home (on the ML campus), evening & online classes, full or part-time options, & part-time students can complete up to 18 credits per year.
Programs include: B.A. Individualized Studies with Concentrations in:
- Business & Technology
- Health & Human Services Administration
- Hospitality Management
Master's Degree Program:
- M.S. in Hospitality Management Studies
- M.S. Cyber and Homeland Security Administration
- M.A.S. Masters of Administrative Science
The Atlantic Cape-FDU Scholars Program is available for first-time college students who complete an Intent to Enroll prior to completing 30 credits at Atlantic Cape. Admission to FDU would be contingent upon successful completion of an A.A., A.S., or A.A.S. degree at Atlantic Cape, completing an application for admission, and meeting all admissions standards at FDU.
For information, contact Linda Dry, Coordinator of Administrative & Student Services, FDU's-Community College Partnership at Atlantic Cape Community College at (609) 343-4984 or email@example.com.
Georgian Court University
Dual Admissions Program
Atlantic Cape and Georgian Court University have a dual admission agreement designed to assist students who wish to transfer into a bachelor’s degree program after successfully completing a recommended Atlantic Cape associate’s degree program.
Students are encouraged to apply within their first 30 credits at Atlantic Cape by completing the appropriate applications and forms. Students must complete an associate’s degree program and earn a grade of “C” or higher in at least 60 transferrable credits and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. Contact Admissions at (609) 343-5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Atlantic Cape students who are admitted to an A.A., A.S., A.A.S. program, or are enrolled in a certificate or professional series, are eligible to participate in a dual admissions and transfer agreement with Neumann. Students must successfully complete program requirements at Atlantic Cape, with a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA, in order to be admitted to a specified undergraduate degree program at Neumann. Academic scholarships are available to qualified Atlantic Cape students based upon cumulative GPA.
Dual Degree Program
Rutgers will offer admission into the Dual Degree Program (DDP) to a select group of first-year, New Jersey high school students. These are students for whom space is unavailable at the university because of the growing number of high school graduates applying to Rutgers and their increasingly competitive records.
Those first-year students offered admission through the DDP will begin their studies by enrolling at a New Jersey community college. Upon completion of an associate of arts or an associate of science degree at the community college, DDP participants will be admitted to at least one college of Rutgers University provided a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.0 has been achieved in a Recommended Transfer Program.
To be among the select group of students considered for this program, New Jersey high school students should complete a Rutgers application by the priority application date specified at the Rutgers University Undergraduate Admissions website: https://admissions.rutgers.edu/apply/dates-deadlines. No separate DDP application is required.
Rutgers University-Edward J. Bloustein School – New Brunswick
Conditional Dual Admission Option
Atlantic Cape and Rutgers University have created a conditional dual admission agreement for four Rutgers degrees. The agreements enable students who complete an associate degree at Atlantic Cape seamless continuation toward a Bachelor of Science at the Rutgers Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy on the New Brunswick Campus in Public Health, Public Policy, Planning and Public Policy, or Urban Planning and Design. Interested students must apply within 90 days of the start of their first semester by completing a Conditional Admission Application and Academic Release Form.
Dual Admission Program
Atlantic Cape and Stockton University have a conditional dual admission agreement. Atlantic and Cape May County students who are denied admission to Stockton University directly out of high school will be offered conditional admission as a transfer student to Stockton. First time Atlantic Cape students will have the opportunity to be conditionally admitted to Stockton by applying to the program and completing a Conditional Admission Application and Academic Record Release Form.
Admission to Stockton University is contingent upon:
Successful completion of the A.A., A.S., or A.A.S. degree at Atlantic Cape; Maintaining a 2.5 or better GPA at Atlantic Cape in all courses taken; Achieving a grade of “C” or better in any program pre-requisites in which the student wishes to matriculate at Stockton University.
Thomas Edison State University
3+1 Pathways Program
Atlantic Cape Community College and Thomas Edison State University have partnered to create a 3+1 Pathways Program that allows Atlantic Cape graduates to transfer up to 90 credits earned at Atlantic Cape Community College to more than 50 baccalaureate programs at the university.
Students only need to take an additional 30 credits at Thomas Edison to earn a Bachelor’s degree.
See the list of Transfer Agreements with these, and many other colleges and universities.
NJ Transfer is a web-based data information system designed to provide a seamless transfer from New Jersey community colleges to New Jersey four-year colleges and universities.
Visit the NJ Transfer website, www.njtransfer.org, and
- Discover how courses will satisfy the degree and major requirements at New Jersey four-year colleges and universities.
- Learn which courses to select at the community college.
- Find links to New Jersey two- and four-year college Web sites.
- Obtain information on admissions, financial aid and scholarships, and transfer recruitment events throughout the state.