Rutgers University- Business School, New Brunswick
The Rutgers Business School Undergraduate- New Brunswick program educates students for the ever-changing global economy. Join us to learn the requirements needed to get accepted into the school. The conversation will be geared toward transferring with Junior status, courses needed, NJ Transfer, and much more.
Transfer advisors from New Brunswick campus will be on hand to talk to students.
Thursday, January 28, 2016 1:00 p.m. East 109
Admission Essay Workshop
Former Yale Undergraduate Admissions Officer and current RVCC English professor will share her advice and offer a workshop on writing a stronger college essay for selective admissions. Q&A following
YES! You can bring your college Admissions Essay!
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 1:00 p.m. College Center 022
Instant Decision Week
Ready to Transfer to a four year institution and start in Fall 2016? Instant Decision Days (IDD) are scheduled appointments with four-year institutions that save you weeks off the application process. Sit with an Admissions Representative and know on the spot if you are admitted to their institution on-the-spot!
Free Application Fee, Sign up with ReGina Garrett C-178
Drew University East Stroudsburg University
Fairleigh Dickinson University Kean University
Montclair State University Monmouth University
Rider University Rutgers University-Newark
Seton Hall University Stockton University
William Paterson University
What School Should I Transfer?
Are you planning on Transferring to a four-year school in New Jersey? Will you have your Associates degree? Do you want to make sure you are a Junior when you start at Rutgers? The College of New Jersey? Or Monmouth? This workshop will explain the benefits of NJTransfer, course by course equivalencies and the RTP (Recommended Transfer Program).
In the Scholarship Workshop presentation, speakers Erin Kislan, Assistant Director of Financial Aid, Library Services, and Ronnine Weyl, Executive Director of RVCC Foundation inform participants that it is not always the students with the best grades or the highest SAT scores who wins scholarships. Instead the presenters show students of all ages that most scholarships are awarded to students who exhibit the best prepartation. By attending the workshop presentation, a student will be wll prepared to meet the challenge of finding and willing scholarships.
Thursday, April 7, 2016 1-2:20 pm College Center 022