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Welcome to University College Community at Rutgers University-New Brunswick campus. Whether you're interested in registering for one course or considering enrolling in a degree program, we're here to help you take the next step.
The University College Community is a unit at Rutgers-New Brunswick dedicated to serving the needs of undergraduate adult/nontraditional students. UCC is not a degree granting school; therefore, we do not offer courses or confer degrees.
In order to attend Rutgers, prospective undergraduate students must complete an application. Before filling out the application form, applicants should identify which type of student they are. Prospective students have the option of applying to an undergraduate liberal arts school, a professional school, or the Division of Continuous Education.
Take a moment to review the academic programs offered at Rutgers-New Brunswick. We invite you to complete the Self-Assessments for Prospective Adults and Nontraditional Students prior to applying. Based upon your assessment of your wants, needs, and resources, you can begin to identify the right learning opportunity for you.
Self-Assessments for Prospective Adults and Nontraditional Students:
If you wish to have a preadmission counseling session after completing the assessments, please contact us.