NJCU and NJCU School of Business Enter into Transfer Agreement with Mercer County Community College

December 17, 2020
NJCU School of Business

New Jersey City University and the NJCU School of Business have strengthened its long-standing relationship with Mercer County Community College (MCCC) by entering into a transfer agreement.

MCCC students who complete an associate degree in Business Administration will be admitted with full junior status to NJCU’s School of Business. Students can plan their transfer during their first semester at MCCC in preparation for the completion of their associate degree.

This innovative partnership allows MCCC students to transfer their A.S. in Business Administration to any NJCU business program, including Marketing, Finance, and Accounting.

MCCC students will have access to NJCU admissions and financial aid advisors. Moreover, the agreement guarantees eligible students will have their place at NJCU reserved, further easing their transition to the University.

Prior to this collaboration, NJCU and MCCC had a similar agreement between the institutions’ criminal justice programs.

Mercer is the seventh community college in the state of New Jersey to enter into an articulation agreement with NJCU, joining Brookdale Community College, Camden County College, Essex County College, Hudson County Community College, Middlesex County College, and Passaic County Community College.

To learn more about the agreement, click here.

NJCU/Mercer agreement