You accept admission to Rutgers–Camden by confirming your attendance and sending in a deposit. The easiest way to accept your admission and pay the $150 nonrefundable acceptance fee is to do so online through your Rutgers status screen. You may also submit your payment along with your admissions acknowledgement form included in your packet. Once you have confirmed that you will be attending Rutgers–Camden, you must submit ALL college transcripts (and AP scores if applicable) for transfer credits. You will receive notice from the Office of the Registrar that you have been awarded credit for the courses for which official transcripts or score reports were submitted as well as the Rutgers–Camden equivalency for the course(s). This notice will be mailed to the mailing address that you have listed with the admissions office. The letter will contain instructions on next steps to take, and whether or not placement testing will be required.

Credit evaluations are typically processed for students that have been admitted to Rutgers–Camden and have confirmed their intent to enroll. There is no credit limit on the number of courses that may be transferred from an accredited four-year institution. There is a 60-credit limit for courses taken at a two-year institution, such as a community college. Only courses with a grade of C or better will be considered for transfer.