Dual Degree Program (DDP): Rutgers University
Rutgers will offer admission into the DDP program to a select
group of first-year, New Jersey high school students. These first-year
students offered admission through the DDP will begin their studies
by enrolling at GCC or at any other NJ community college.
Upon completion of an Associate of Arts or an Associate of
Science degree, DDP participants will be admitted to at least one
college of Rutgers University, provided a cumulative Grade Point
Average of 3.00 has been achieved in a Recommended Transfer
The RTPs are described in the online course articulation system,
NJ TRANSFER. This Web-based information
system provides students with specific course requirements and
additional pertinent information related to the major. By using
NJ TRANSFER, DDP students can determine course requirements
for the first two years of each Rutgers baccalaureate program and
choose their classes accordingly.
To be among the select group of students considered for
this program, New Jersey high school students should complete
a Rutgers University application by the December 1 priority
application date. No separate DDP application is required.
Students who are currently enrolled at GCC, or any other
two-year or four-year college, are not eligible for this program.
Articulation Agreements revised May 2013