Yes, All students within Camden College of Arts and Sciences are required to complete a world language course at the elementary II (102) level or higher. Placement Tests for a World Language are required for students who do not transfer an equivalent course. If a student has already completed and transferred equivalent credit for the … Continue reading Do I need to take a world language to graduate?…
Please visit the Office of New Student Program’s website for information regarding the Transfer Evaluation process: https://onsp.camden.rutgers.edu/transfer-evaluation If you have outstanding credits that need to be evaluated, follow the instructions and complete the form found here: https://onsp.camden.rutgers.edu/tsr-updates
Visit the One Stop Student Support Center https://www.camden.rutgers.edu/osssc Email the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your first and last name, RUID (nine digit student ID number), and the area(s) you wish to major and/or minor.
Students can schedule an appointment by: Logging onto https://rucamden.campus.eab.com/ Visiting in person Over the phone (856-225-6043)
If a class is closed, the Instructor is the person to determine if additional students can be added to the class by asking the professor or department for a special permission number. You must contact the professor directly by email. Please keep in mind that asking for a special permission number is NOT a guarantee … Continue reading How do I get into a closed course?…
see the Senior webpage General and major requirements must be completed 120 credits are required and a GPA of 2.0.
the advisor with whom you worked with on your Orientation day would be your advisor until you declare a major. when you have a major go to the academic department and you will be given a faculty mentor.
come with a list of questions bring Degree Navigator Short Report review online schedule “What is Expected of Advisees?” (pdf)