The fall 2019 transfer application due date is February 1.

Our application due dates for fall first-year applicants have passed and we are currently considering applicants on a space available basis in the order that their application and credentials are received. First-year students who would like to be considered for the fall semester should apply and submit all necessary credentials as soon as possible.

Due Dates and School Availability

Find Out When to Apply and Which Schools Are Still Open


Spring/January 2019 Dates

  Application Due Date+ Credentials Due Date* Online Decision** Candidate's Reply Date
All (first-year and transfer) October 1, 2018 October 15, 2018 December 1, 2018 December 7, 2018

 

First-Year Spring/January 2019 School Availability

Schools/Colleges U.S. and Non-F-1 Visa Holders International F-1 Visa Holders
School of Arts and Sciences Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Not Eligible Not Eligible
Rutgers Business School–New Brunswick Not Eligible Not Eligible
School of Engineering Not Eligible Not Eligible
School of Nursing–New Brunswick Not Eligible Not Eligible
School of Nursing–Newark Not Eligible Not Eligible
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Not Eligible Not Eligible
Mason Gross School of the Arts Not Eligible Not Eligible

 

Transfer Spring/January 2019 School Availability

Schools/Colleges U.S. and Non-F-1 Visa Holders International F-1 Visa Holders
School of Arts and Sciences Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
Full-Time
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
Full-Time
Rutgers Business School–New Brunswick Not Eligible Not Eligible
School of Engineering Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
Full-Time
School of Nursing–New Brunswick Not Eligible Not Eligible
School of Nursing–Newark Not Eligible Not Eligible
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Not Eligible Not Eligible
Mason Gross School of the Arts Not Eligible Not Eligible
School of Management and Labor Relations Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
Full-Time
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
Full-Time
Off-Campus Programs Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
Full-Time

Fall/September 2019 Dates

  Application Due Date+ Credentials Due Date* Online Decision** Candidate's Reply Date
First-Year, Early Action^ November 1, 2018 November 15, 2018 January 31, 2019 May 1, 2019
First-Year, Regular Decision# December 1, 2018 December 15, 2018 February 28, 2019 May 1, 2019
All Transfer++ February 1, 2019 February 15, 2019 April 15, 2019 May 1, 2019

+These are not deadlines. You may apply after due dates have passed. However, if you apply after the due dates or if your file remains incomplete after due dates for credentials submission have passed, you will be withdrawn from admissions consideration if your school(s) of application meet enrollment goals before Undergraduate Admissions reviews your application.

^Applying to Rutgers by our fall early action date does not restrict students from applying to other colleges or universities, and Rutgers early action decisions are not binding.

*Required credentials are due two weeks later than the Application Due Date. For more information, please see the credentials required of first-year applicants or the credentials required of transfer applicants. Your Rutgers Status screen displays updates after required credentials are received.

#You must apply by no later than December 1 to be considered for merit-based scholarships.

**Admissions decisions will be posted online via your Rutgers Status screen no later than this date, except for Mason Gross School of the Arts. Because of portfolio review and auditions, early action and regular admission notification dates do not apply for applicants to Mason Gross School of the Arts. Mason Gross School of the Arts first-year applicants will be notified of admissions decisions by April 1.

++Transfer applicants to Mason Gross School of the Arts should closely review the audition dates listed here. Certain audition locations are only offered before the February 1 transfer application deadline.

 

First-Year Fall/September 2019 School Availability

Schools/Colleges U.S. and Non-F-1 Visa Holders International F-1 Visa Holders
School of Arts and Sciences

Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric

Full-Time
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric

Full-Time
Rutgers Business School–New Brunswick Full-Time Full-Time
School of Engineering Full-Time Full-Time
School of Nursing–New Brunswick Full-Time Not Eligible
School of Nursing–Newark Full-Time Not Eligible
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Full-Time Full-Time
Mason Gross School of the Arts Full-Time Full-Time

 

Transfer Fall/September 2019 School Availability

Schools/Colleges U.S. and Non-F-1 Visa Holders International F-1 Visa Holders
School of Arts and Sciences Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
Full-Time
 
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric

Full-Time

 
Rutgers Business School–New Brunswick

Full-Time

Full-Time
School of Engineering Full-Time Full-Time
School of Nursing

Open
RN to BS

Open
School Nurse Certificate

Not Eligible
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Full-Time Full-Time
Mason Gross School of the Arts

Full-Time

Full-Time
School of Management and Labor Relations

Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric

Full-Time
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy

Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric

Full-Time
Off-Campus Programs Full-Time
Part-Time
Non-Matric
Full-Time

U.S. and Non-F-1 Visa Holders include: U.S. citizens; permanent residents with an Alien Registration Receipt Card (green card, I-551,I-551C); Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) grantees; I-94 holders with refugee, parole, or asylum status granted; those who have applied for and are awaiting approval regarding permanent resident (green card) status; or those that hold any visa type other than F-1. International students planning to study in the U.S. on an F-1 (student) visa should refer to the "International F-1 Visa Holders" column on the school availability chart. The School of Nursing-Newark and School of Nursing-New Brunswick requires applicants to be U.S. citizens or permanent residents (green card holders).

 

Application due dates for the School of Health Professions are based on the degree program.