Upcoming Transfer Events

Take time for advisement. Meet with an advisor each semester! Faculty Advising is available during faculty office hours. Advising Information. Review your progress regularly on Student Planning through your WebAdvisor Self Service.  Learn which classes you need for your degree and plan ahead to get a schedule that fits your needs.

Did you know you could begin your education at Atlantic Cape Community College & continue to Stockton University or Rutgers University* to complete your degree through our Conditional Dual Degree ProgramsEmail Admissions for more information.

Atlantic Cape has Articulation & Transfer agreements with a variety of institutions allowing students to complete degrees at Atlantic Cape and, if accepted, transfer with ease. If you do not see your preferred institution on this list, contact wgray@atlantic.edu for more information. Graduates of Atlantic Cape have been able to apply to transfer to institutions across the country.

Transfer & Instant Admissions Events Coming to a Campus Near You! 

Stockton University Instant Decision Day*  Appointments are required.

TBA on the Mays Landing campus 

For students with GPA of 2.0 or better, who have graduated or will be graduating by spring or summer & want to transfer for fall 2019. Students anticipating they will graduate soon should log into their WebAdvisor accounts and apply for graduation and complete 2019-2020 FAFSA & NJFams. For requirements, information or to schedule an appointment contact Wendy Gray

Transfer Fairs

Transfer Fairs are scheduled at each campus in October. Dates for 2019 are October 15th (MLC), 16th (CMCC), and 17th (WACC). Representatives from four-year colleges and universities will be on hand to meet with Atlantic Cape students regarding opportunities to transfer upon completing an associate degree. Learn about majors, housing, clubs & activities, scholarships, co-op, travel abroad, career services, applying, & how smoothly your Atlantic Cape degree transfers. For information about the fairs contact Wendy Gray at  wgray@atlantic.edu.  College representatives: We do not host a Spring fair, but do have individual transfer visits.  If you would like to attend future Atlantic Cape Transfer events, set up individual information tables or an on site Instant Decision Day, please contact Wendy Gray at  wgray@atlantic.edu.   

Rutgers University-Mays Landing Instant Admissions Decision* Days (IDD)

  • Thursday, June 27

Rutgers Building (Building Q) on Mays Landing Campus (appt. required)

The following programs are offered in Mays Landing: Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Liberal Studies, Political Science, Psychology, RN-BSN Nursing, and Social Work.

To schedule an appointment call Rutgers at 609-837-2910. IDD are held each semester on the Mays Landing campus. For requirements, information or to schedule an appointment, call 609-837-2910 or email pkeener@docs.rutgers.edu. For students interested in enrolling at Rutgers-Mays Landing only. *Must make appointment with Rutgers. 


There is a small fee for an official credit transcript.  Your transfer school will need a transcript of your Atlantic Cape course work when you apply and once final grades are filed. Official credit transcripts must be requested online through the National Student Clearinghouse (for a small fee), which may be reached via your WebAdvisor. Please contact register@atlantic.edu or call (609) 343-5662 for additional assistance.

Transfer Help

If you need assistance researching majors or transfer programs or completing transfer applications, or using the NJ Transfer website, contact Wendy Gray at wgray@atlantic.edu or speak with your advisor.

Planning to transfer? Remember to file your FAFSA early and include the college or university to which you are applying. FAFSA must be completed each year, for the upcoming school year (ex. 2019-2020 FAFSA may be submitted as early as October 1, 2019 for Fall 2020/Spring 2021 semesters).

*Check with your transfer institution for their preferred FAFSA submission due date.

Student Success Workshops

Workshops offered throughout each semester on various topics designed to enhance academic success, employment preparation, personal improvement, and to assist in the transfer process. The workshops are aimed to assist students in reaching their true potential and are carefully designed to review strategies for student success. Typically the workshops are 60 minutes long and are offered on all three campuses. Check Student Success & Career Planning or the Events Calendar on the College home page.

Rutgers at Atlantic Cape

Learn how to earn a Rutgers BA or BS degree without leaving the Mays Landing campus. For information email Jason Jankowski.

The Rutgers Off Campus undergraduate degree completion programs provide students, who have earned an associate's degree, the opportunity to pursue a bachelor's degree from Rutgers. Atlantic Cape makes earning a baccalaureate or graduate degree convenient. For more information or to register, call 609-837-2910.

Fairleigh Dickinson University at Atlantic Cape

Learn how to earn your FDU BA or Master's degree without leaving the Mays Landing campus.

For information email Linda Dry, Coordinator of Administrative & Student Services, FDU's-Community College Partnership at Atlantic Cape Community College and call 609-343-4984.


Advisors are available to answer questions and assist students with the transfer process. To contact an advisor call (609) 343-5621 or (609) 463-3960.

It's never too early to start planning your transfer. Four-year college/university admission requirements & application deadlines will vary by college. Research and planning are crucial for your continued success. The benefits of completing your associate degree at Atlantic Cape are numerous, especially if you are transferring to an institution covered under the Statewide Transfer agreement or to a program which is covered by an articulation agreement.

NJ Transfer - New Jersey's Comprehensive State-Wide Transfer Agreement is designed to allow for seamless transition from public associate to public baccalaureate degree program.  To help facilitate this, NJTRANSFER was developed.  Students can access the tools that will enable a seamless transfer from a New Jersey community college to a four-year state college or university. 

NJ TRANSFER is a statewide initiative of the New Jersey Commission of Higher Education that can help you with the transfer process, including:

  • Which courses to select at a community college
  • Course equivalencies with New Jersey four-year colleges
  • Where you can transfer your community college courses in New Jersey
  • How the courses will satisfy four year degree requirements
  • How to contact a New Jersey college or university if you need information about admissions, financial aid or transfer recruitment events

New Jersey community college students are encouraged to use the many features available at the NJ TRANSFER website.  Visit an advisor for information or assistance with NJ Transfer.

Transfer Scholarship Information:  The New Jersey Council of County Colleges Transfer Scholarship web page of four-year colleges in New Jersey offering transfer scholarships. 

Historically Black Colleges & Universities:  Web site that lists all historically black colleges and universities in the United States.

PTKConnect connects your preferences about size, location, majors, cost, and other details that matter most with colleges & universities most like you. Powered by Phi Theta Kappa, the International Honor Society of Community Colleges, PTKConnect is open to ALL community college students attending partner institutions. 

NJ Commission of Higher Education Program Inventory:  Containing information about approved degree & certificate programs offered by licensed NJ institutions of higher education, as well as a comprehensive listing of degree programs at all New Jersey Community Colleges.

Campus Tours provides a collection of virtual campus tours, searchable alphabetically by name of school or geographically by state.

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