- If you have completed 12 or more college credits at another institution at the time of your application, you are considered a transfer student.
- Most programs require a minimum 2.0 GPA for admission. However, a 2.0 GPA does not guarantee admission due to competition for available openings.
- If you have less than 24 credits completed at the time of application, you must submit your high school transcript.
- If you are seeking a second bachelor's degree, you are considered a transfer student (unless the original degree is from Rowan). Rowan graduates seeking a second degree should follow the re-enrollment process.
Transfer of Credits
Rowan University accepts the transfer of credits earned at other higher education institutions on the basis of course equivalency. We determine that a course taken at another institution is comparable to a course offered here in terms of objectives, learning outcomes and educational level.
The Registrar and the academic department for your intended academic program will complete a credit evaluation for you on an individualized, case-by-case basis if and when you have been offered admission.
About eight weeks after acceptance, your completed credit evaluation will be available online via your student Banner account. Credit evaluations are completed in two stages. General education equivalencies are determined by the Registrar's Office, Division of Credential Evaluations. Major coursework equivalencies are determined by your academic department.
Email email@example.com with questions about specific course or advisement issues. To view your transfer credit evaluation, login to Self Service Banner and navigate to Student -> Student Records -> Transfer Credit Report.
If, after reviewing your transfer credit evaluation with your advisor, you disagree with a transfer equivalency at Rowan, please complete the Transfer Credit Appeal Process.