Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you need to complete an online application through Graduate Admissions. Applicants should make sure to apply to the Social Work Non-degree program. The website is http://gradstudy.rutgers.edu . There is a $70.00 application fee
First, you must complete the online application. Once completed, submit official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions where you have enrolled.
Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions - New Brunswick
56 College Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Priority PCC Application Deadlines:
Fall: August 15
Spring: January 1
Summer: May 1
All supporting documents must be submitted by the 15th of the deadline month to be considered for admission.
The minimum Paper based TOEFL score is 550
The minimum Computer based TOEFL score is 213
The minimum IBT-internet based TOEFL is as follows:
The acceptable IELTS score is bandwidth 7.
Go to http://gradstudy.rutgers.edu and click on the "Application Status" tab on the left hand side of the page.
Decisions are made on completed applications within 2-3 weeks of submission. Keep in mind, all supporting materials must be submitted in order to be considered. Applicants should check their Application Status page to ensure that all official transcripts have been submitted.
There is no particular sequence to follow. Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Diversity and Oppression, or Social Welfare Policy and Service would all be a good place to start.
Below is a list of courses offered through the PCC program and the semester they are offered through the MSW degree program. PCC students taking more than one PCC course who plan to apply to the MSW degree program may want to consider taking courses listed under both the fall and spring semester. Again, this is optional as PCC students are not required to follow any specific course sequencing.
- Human Behavior and the Social Environment
- Social Welfare Policies and Services I
- Diversity and Oppression
- Methods of Social Work Research I
- General Elective
Please visit http://gradstudy.rutgers.edu/forms.shtml where you will find the residency policy.
If you are currently receiving unemployment tuition waiver benefits, you must visit your local unemployment office before the semester begins to determine if you qualify, get application, and obtain approval.
Please note: Students receiving unemployment benefits must wait until the first day of the semester to register for class(es) in person at the Office of the Graduate Registrar (see address below)
Office of the Graduate Registrar
65 Davidson Road, Rooms 200 A
Busch Campus Center
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
You would follow the off-campus site's closings. Your instructor will discuss location closings information during the first class of the semester.
School closing information is usually provided on the main Rutgers Web site. You will also be provided with a contact point on the first day of class.
You will receive your RUID within 24-48 hours after you complete you online graduate non-degree application. Your RUID is valid for six years.
Please visit iam-ipo.rutgers.edu or call (848) 932-4850 for information and hours.
Please review the New Brunswick Graduate Student Tuition rates https://studentabc.rutgers.edu/tuition-fees/tuition-and-fees-0
Here is a tuition estimator calculator https://studentabcweb.rutgers.edu/estimator/
There are payment plans available through University Accounting Services. For more information or to enroll, visit the Student Accounting Financial Services website at http://studentabc.rutgers.edu
Rutgers University requires payment of tuition and fee charges by the Term Bill due date which is August 6th for the Fall semester and by January 4th for the spring semester. Students who register after the first due date but before the first day of class are given approximately two weeks from the day they register to pay. Continuing students who register on or after the first day of class are expected to pay their term bills on the day they register.
Yes, you will be charged a late fee of $125 if you do not pay your tuition according to the Univerisity guidelines.
As a non-degree student, you are ineligible for financial aid; however, you may be eligible for student loans. You must contact the Office of Financial Aid at 848-932-7057 or visit their website at http://studentaid.rutgers.edu to obtain this information.
As per University policy, all students, regardless of status, are required to pay a computer fee. This computer fee also provides student access to many online Rutgers services, such as library resources, grades, and e-mail.
No, there will be a financial hold on your account if you have a balance from previous semesters.
A student who voluntarily withdraws from ALL courses during the first six weeks of a term will receive a partial reduction of tuition and fees (campus, school, and computer) according to the week of withdrawal as follows:
- First to second week: 80 %
- Third to fourth week: 60%
- Fifth to sixth week: 40%
No reduction is granted after the sixth week. The effective date of withdrawal is the date on which a written statement of withdrawal is received by the PCC office. Please e-mail all withdrawal requests to email@example.com. Student, campus and course fees are non-refundable. There will be no reduction of tuition charges after the add/drop period, to students who withdraw from one or more courses, but remain registered in other classes. Failure to attend class is not a withdrawal and students will not receive adjustment of charges if they do not attend class.
Visit https://netid.rutgers.edu for information about NET ID and to set-up your account. A NET ID gives you access to your grades, allows you to change your personal access code (PAC), update your address online, and request transcripts.
You can access your grade online from the Rutgers, Office of the Registrar's website at http://nbregistrar.rutgers.edu. Click on "View Grades." In order to access your grades, you will need a NET ID.
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