Transferring from Sussex

When considering transferring to another college or university, eligibility for entrance and financial support will be determined by grade point average and course selection at your previous institution.

In order to ensure a smooth transition in the transfer process make to do the following:

Seek Academic Advisement
Make sure to seek academic advising as soon as possible. In your first semester at Sussex, meet with an advisor about your goals for transferring.

Choose a Major
Your first step to a successful transfer is to choose a major appropriate to your goals. Meeting with your advisor will help you establish your future college plans.

If you are undecided, Sussex offers resources to help you make this important decision. Check our Career Coach for career planning.
• A.A. and A.S. degrees are designed to transfer
• A.A.S. degrees are not designed to transfer

Explore the NJ Transfer Agreement
NJ Transfer is a resource that helps you transfer community college courses to 4-year public colleges and universities in the State of New Jersey. This law ensures that all credits transfer seamlessly.

Learn about the Degree Advantage and transfer with your associate degree and start at junior year status!

To discuss your plans, contact 
Transfer Counselor
973-300-2206