The School of Engineering welcomes transfer students to our community of learning and engagement. If you've attended a college or university after graduating from high school, you are considered as a transfer student. Each year, the School admits transfer students from other schools within Rutgers as well as colleges/universities in the US and around the world. (Please keep in mind that the School of Engineering is a full time day program. You are expected to be a full-time student. Only if there are extenuating circumstances may our students request to be part-time students)
Important Transfer Information due to impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Online Math and STEM courses will be acceptable for transfer into Rutgers SOE for the Spring 2020, Summer 2020, Fall 2020, Spring 2021, and Summer 2021 terms due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For school to school transfer students from Rutgers-New Brunswick, Rutgers-Camden and Rutgers-Newark a grade of "P" in one of the four core pre-requisite courses will satisfy the transfer admissions requirement for that course. For external transfer students from a New Jersey Community College, out of state Community College or another 4 year domestic or international university a grade of "P" in one of the four core pre-requisite courses will satisfy the transfer admissions requirement for that course.
For more information on transfer requirements and application guidelines, please visit:
- Transferring From Outside of Rutgers (US and International)
- Transferring From Within Rutgers (School-to-School transfer)
The Transfer ʃntegration Program (TʃP) is a mentoring program that pairs new transfer students during their first semester at the School of Engineering with a mentor. The program involves weekly meetings between mentors and their mentees, as well as monthly social events. The mentors themselves are all successful transfer students, and were selected after a series of interviews. Mentors attend a mandatory training session in August to prepare them for their role. Find out more here
Students who received EOF funding at their current or previous schools can find out information about receiving EOF at the School of Engineering here.
Students who have been dismissed by the School of Engineering and wish to be reinstated should apply through the re-admission program.
Students who were previously undergraduates working toward a degree at Rutgers and wish to return to Rutgers for a degree in Engineering should apply through the re-enrollment program.
Students who are currently matriculating in an Engineering program at another university and wish to take engineering courses at Rutgers during the regular semesters (spring, fall) as visiting students can apply to our Non-Matric Program. Students who wish to take courses at Rutgers during the summer should apply through Rutgers Summer Session.