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While there is no deadline, we encourage you to apply by November 15 for priority consideration. Once you submit your application and supporting documents, you’ll hear from us within four weeks. If you’re currently a high school senior or have graduated from high school but haven’t started college yet, here’s what you need to apply:
Georgian Court welcomes hundreds of transfer students to our campus community each year. In fact, we’re known as one of the most transfer-friendly universities in New Jersey, which is why we’ve been named to Phi Theta Kappa’s Transfer Honor Roll many times. No matter where your college journey started, we’ll work with you to determine how many credits will transfer and to develop an academic path forward, with the goal of completing your degree as soon as possible. Here’s what you need to apply:
Join the 700+ graduate students in Georgian Court’s 10 master’s degrees or graduate certification programs. As a graduate student, you can attend day and evening classes, online classes, and accelerated classes that allow you to work full time as you work to achieve your academic goals.
Georgian Court University is dedicated to providing educational experiences that prepare students for the global marketplace. Students from more than 15 countries attend Georgian Court, on a campus that embraces diversity and inclusion.
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Find exceptional educational opportunities in a flexible, nurturing environment at GCU. Here, motivated adult learners achieve their dreams, whether you’re starting your studies or completing a degree.
GCU helps veterans, dependents of veterans, reservists, and members of the U.S. National Guard with the application and certification process. If you’re applying as a full-time, degree-seeking student, be sure to check out the education benefits you’ve earned.
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Find out more about Georgian Court by meeting our admissions counselors by video conference or phone and attending an Open House.
Frequently asked questions
Georgian Court University is looking for a well-rounded student that demonstrates consistent academic performance along with an extra-curricular/outside activity list that compliments the level of work being done in the classroom. This is the kind of student that succeeds at Georgian Court University.
After you submit your application, we will send you an acknowledgement of your application, which will include login information so you can check your application status online, 24/7. At this point, you should be working on getting your official transcript(s) and letters of recommendation.
Once your application is complete, meaning that we have your Common Application, official transcript(s), and letters of recommendation, you can expect to hear back in about 3 business weeks. If you apply between August and September, the earliest you can expect an admissions decision is early October and we then run on a rolling admissions basis.
We would love to meet with you! Although not required, you can request an interview or we may ask to interview you too!
A letter of recommendation should speak to your performance in the area your recommender knows you from/in. For example, a recommendation from a teacher or counselor, should speak to your performance in the classroom and how that may translate at Georgian Court University or a recommendation from a work supervisor should speak to your work ethic and performance. Your recommendation should not come from a family member, however.