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To start the process you will need to submit the Brookdale application, which you can complete online at http://www.brookdalecc.edu/admissions/apply-online
Next: if you have not previously attended any college then you will need to take our Basic Skills Placement Exam (Accuplacer) after you have submitted your application. You can take the exam on a walk-in basis in our Testing Center; location and hours here.
Third: after taking the Accuplacer Basic Skills exam, you’ll schedule an appointment with a Counselor (academic advisor) to review your Accuplacer results and for assistance with registering for courses.
Brookdale evaluates and transfers credits from a variety of sources. When transferring into Brookdale, you may transfer up to half your degree credits from outside sources. Credit can be granted only for work completed at accredited colleges. A good place to start is here.
Credits may be used to satisfy general education coursework for your degree, or to satisfy some of the career studies coursework. At least half your career studies coursework must be completed here at Brookdale.
Transfer credit may be granted for classes from 100- and 200- level coursework; but Basic Skills coursework (also known as remedial or developmental coursework) is not transferable. Upper level coursework (300, 400, graduate, and above) is evaluated on an individual basis.
You must have earned a grade of C or higher in your previous coursework for it to be considered for transfer. (The grade point average, however, will not be transferred into Brookdale.)
In order to transfer into Brookdale you will need to submit an application; you can apply online at http://www.brookdalecc.edu/admissions/apply-online/
Once you have applied, please have your official transcript(s) from prior college(s) sent to Brookdale. To verify that your official transcript has been received, please contact Recruitment Services at 732-224-1857 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Lastly, you will then need to schedule an appointment with a counselor to go over your credits and evaluate which ones will transfer.
To start, you will need to submit the Brookdale application, which you can do online at http://www.brookdalecc.edu/admissions/apply-online/
As a visiting student you are not required to submit a letter from your home institution giving you permission to take courses at Brookdale (unless you are registering for developmental “zero level” courses; if this is the case, you must submit a letter from your home institution giving you permission to take that specific “zero level” course at Brookdale, or you can make an appointment with a Brookdale counselor for approval to register in that “zero level” course.)
Search for classes via Webadvisor. Using the drop down menus, select your term, course name, and course number (optional) – then hit submit. Results show the dates, times, open/closed status for the course you’re interested in, along with instructor name, syllabi, and textbook information.
As a visiting student, it is your responsibility to verify that the course(s) you are taking at Brookdale will transfer to your home institution, and that you have the prerequisites necessary to succeed in the course(s). It is very important that you meet with your home institution advisor and review the Brookdale course descriptions. This will ensure that what you take here meets your requirements and will transfer back.
More information about visiting students here: http://www.brookdalecc.edu/admissions/visiting-students/
To view available classes visit Webadvisor. Select the appropriate term from the TERM drop down menu; then select the course name from the SUBJECT drop down menu. Select the course number (this can be left empty if you’re unsure) from the COURSE NUMBER drop down menu. Then click SUBMIT.
Your results will show the dates and times, and open/closed (seats still available) status, for each individual course along with the syllabi, instructor name and textbook information.
Acalog is also where you will find deep, updated information about academic programs and certificates, specific enrollment requirements, academic policies, the grading system, graduation requirements – in short, everything that was included in the original hard copy catalog.
Brookdale students may take online courses in addition to more traditional face-to-face courses, or earn a degree entirely online. Learn more about online classes.
The New Jersey Coastal Communiversity, led by Brookdale, is an alliance of New Jersey colleges and universities who are jointly offering selected Associate, Bachelor’s, and Master’s degrees (and graduate certificates) right here in Monmouth County.
Our partners are Rutgers University, Montclair State University, Georgian Court University, New Jersey City University, and New Jersey Institute of Technology. Degree programs in a variety of majors include Business, Education, Public Safety, Social Work, Information Technology, Liberal Arts and Nursing.
For more information, visit http://www.brookdalecc.edu/academics/nj-coastal-communiversity/ or contact the Communiversity at email@example.com
Recruitment Services offers visits and tours of campus Monday-Friday. To schedule a tour, please contact Recruitment at 732-224-1857 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brookdale police are on campus 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They have the same training and authority as any New Jersey municipal police officer with full arrest powers; they enforce both traffic and criminal statutes as well as College policies and regulations.
In an emergency, dial 911 or 2222 from any on-campus phone. For non-emergencies dial 2352.
Dial (732) 842-1950 in an emergency. For non-emergencies, (732) 224-2352.
Emergency Phones around Campus
There are 22 yellow emergency phones identified by blue lights located throughout the campus. Open the door of the phone box, pick up the handset and the Police will be contacted whether or not a message is transmitted. View a high resolution map showing emergency phone locations.
If you know your intended location, find it on the high resolution campus map (with locations key on the right). If you are coming to the main campus for a special event, check your event’s Calendar listing for specifics and accompanying map.
Students, if you don’t know your classroom location, check your schedule in MyBrookdale (launch via the red tab on homepage).
The Veterans Affairs office in Admissions, Records & Registration helps all veterans and eligible dependents make full use of their V.A. Educational Entitlements under the Montgomery G.I. Bill, National Guard Tuition Waiver, VA Vocational Rehabilitation, VEAP/REAP and VRAP programs.
Information and referral to other veterans’ benefits is available, as is information on the New Jersey Tuition Assistance Program for eligible veterans. Visit Veteran’s Affairs.
Each term, our International Education Center works with over 100 international students, from about 45 countries, who have F-1 student visas. Visit the International Education Center’s website for information for both prospective and current students as well as a list of helpful links for all students.
At Brookdale there are many students with disabilities; the College offers individualized and reasonable accommodations and/or services to qualified persons with disabilities, to ensure complete access and full participation in the educational process.
Official transcripts of your grades are available through the Office of Admissions, Records and Registration. Regulations for obtaining official transcripts require you to either apply in person at the main campus or at one of our regional locations, or send us a written mailed request.
For all other documents – Immunization Form, Signature Page, Enrollment Verification, Change of Residency – please visit http://www.brookdalecc.edu/admissions/admissions/forms/
Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions, Records, and Registration at 732-224-2375 or at email@example.com
Out-of-county residents who attend Brookdale because their county does not have a community college, or because their county’s community college does not offer the program they wish to pursue, may be eligible for full or partial chargeback, a system by which they pay in-county tuition rates.
In order to be eligible for a chargeback, you must first register for courses at Brookdale. When you register, be sure to request a Chargeback Form from Admissions, Records, and Registration.
Then, take the form to your local community college for approval. If you are pursuing a program that they do not offer, they should approve the chargeback.
Bring the completed form back to Brookdale Registration so your tuition can be adjusted to reflect the Monmouth County resident rate.
Visit the Important Term Dates page for links to current and forthcoming terms -these will contain all the important financial, registration, add/drop dates and more.
The Testing Center is located on the lower level of the CAR Building (Center for Counseling, Admissions & Registration) on the Lincroft campus – use parking lot 4.
The Accuplacer Test (Basic Skills for new applicants) is also available at Brookdale’s regional locations by appointment. Visit the Testing Center online.
You can buy your textbooks in person at the Scroll and Pen Bookstore in the Warner Student Life Center on the Lincroft Campus, or buy them online. For complete information and links, please visit the Scroll & Pen website or call (732) 224-2382.
The Counseling and Advising Department can be reached at 732-224-2555. For more information about the hours of operations or to schedule an appointment, please visit Counseling and Advising online.
Admissions & Registration (732) 224-2944
Financial Aid (732) 224-2361
Veterans Services (732) 224-2273
Testing Services (732) 224-2584
Student Life & Activities (732) 224-2788
Accounting – Gen. Information (732) 224-2707
Accounting – Payments (732) 224-2707
Accounting – Credit Card Payments (732) 224-2125
Bankier Library (732) 224-2706
Scroll & Pen BookStore – Textbooks (732) 2382 / General Information (732) 224-2595
Disability Services – TTY – (732) 842-4211
Eastern Monmouth Higher Education Center in Neptune (732) 774-3363
Northern Monmouth Higher Education Center in Hazlet (732) 739-6010
Long Branch Center (732) 229-8440
Wall Higher Ed Center/Communiversity 732-280-7090
Western Monmouth (Freehold) Center (732) 780-0020