A Visiting Student is anyone matriculated and in good standing at a college or university other than Brookdale.
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 you are registering for any “zero level” courses, you must submit a letter from your home institution giving you permission to take that specific “zero level” course at Brookdale Community College, or you can make an appointment with a Brookdale counselor for approval to register in that “zero level” course.
It is the Visiting Student's responsibility to verify that the course(s) he or she takes at Brookdale will transfer to the home institution, and that the student has the prerequisites necessary to succeed in the course(s). It is very important to 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 questions about visiting Brookdale this summer? Read the FAQ here.
Special Note on Disability Services
Visiting students requiring accommodations are encouraged to schedule an appointment with the Disability Services Office 2 weeks prior to the start of the term. Students must also have in possession documentation that supports their claim of disability. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (732) 224-2730.