New Student Registration
All newly enrolling students must sign up for a Placement Test and Registration date. You must sign up through this database even if you think you will be exempt from the placement exam. During Rutgers Business School registration, you will get an overview of the academic policies, our career services, and will register your first semester courses. We expect you to arrive promptly and be present for the whole event. If you cannot attend due to extenuating circumstances, you are responsible to notify us at least two weeks prior to your assigned date.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Aaron Gibbs at email@example.com or 973 353 1661.
Rutgers Newark Orientation
New Student Orientation provides the information that is needed for a smooth and successful transition to life at Rutgers-Newark. Participation in its many activities provides a good foundation to begin life as a member of our community. During orientation, incoming students are given the opportunity to learn more about Rutgers Newark services such as financial aid, health and counseling services and academic support as well as connect with new classmates through activities led by our orientation leader staff.
For more information, please visit the Rutgers Newark Office of Student Life and Leadership.
Click here to view your transfer evaluation. Your transfer credits are from the initial final transcript you submitted for admission. Updated transcripts must be submitted to ensure transfer credit accuracy. All final transcripts must be sent to:
- Rutgers University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
65 Davidson Road, Room 202
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8097
Please note that additional transfer credits will be updated during the academic semester. You can check Enrollment Pathways to see what we have received thus far. A sample transfer evaluation can be viewed here which will explain the evaluation and course equivalencies.
Credit is given for courses taken at accredited colleges and universities, as long as you’ve earned a C or better. New Jersey Community College students may consult NJ Transfer and view the NJ State-wide Articulation Agreement for more information about transfer credit.
Students transferring from 2 year institutions may receive a maximum of 65 credits. Students transferring from 4 year institutions may receive a maximum of 90 credits.
Students who wish to appeal their transfer evaluation must do so within 30 days of receiving their Official Transfer Summary Report. Appeals can be filed by submitting the Transfer Evaluation Appeal Form by the following deadline:
|Semester Accepted||Deadline to Appeal|
|Fall Semester||November 30|
|Spring Semester||March 31|
Career Management Survey
As a newly enrolling transfer student, we want to get an idea of your career coaching needs. Please fill out the quick survey so we can better assist you. Click to take the quick 5 minute survey