Montclair State’s new program is a unique and exciting opportunity designed for New Jersey community college students. Montclair State University has entered into a series of agreements that guarantee admission to Montclair State University for students who enroll at various community colleges and complete an associate’s degree.
Transferring to Montclair State through this program couldn’t be easier! Your community college will provide us with your transcript and we will waive your Montclair State application fee, which saves you time in the application process.
Should you choose to participate in the Montclair State 2+2 program, you will benefit from resources shared between Montclair State University and your community college. You will work with advisors from both institutions in order to keep you on track to earn your AA/AS degree in two years from your community college and then complete your bachelor’s degree at Montclair State University.
You will participate in events and programs on the Montclair State University campus and utilize the wide array of services available to other Red Hawks. At Montclair State, you’ll be part of a culture that values who you are, while fostering your talents and providing the tools you need to realize your most ambitious goals. As a nationally-acclaimed university with an intimate student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1, Montclair State University will prepare you for the world like no other university can. Join us, and get ready for the very best in you.
Learn more about each individual agreement:
- County College of Morris
- Bergen Community College
- Hudson County Community College
- Passaic County Community College
- Union County College
If you would like to receive more information about Montclair State 2+2, please fill out our brief online survey and contact Assistant Director for Transfer Recruitment & Outreach Erin Samples via email at email@example.com or by phone at 973-655-4331 with any question you may have. We’re happy to help!
To see other articulation agreements, visit the Office of the Provost’s webpage.