Welcome to Selective Admissions at Rowan College South Jersey, Gloucester Campus!
Selective Admission programs at RCSJ Gloucester require applicants to meet or exceed admissions criteria beyond requirements for general admission to the College. Students interested in applying to a Selective Admission program must complete a portfolio, detailed in the program admissions packet, to formally apply to their program of interest.
RCSJ Gloucester offers seven selective admissions programs:
- Nursing: Generic RN
- Nursing: LPN-RN Bridge (ON HOLD)
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Nuclear Medicine Technology
- Physical Therapy Assistant
- Certified Clinical Medical Assistant
- Automotive Technology
Admission to each program is competitive. Meeting or exceeding admissions requirements does not guarantee acceptance to the program of interest. It is the applicant's responsibility to meet the general and selective admission requirements for their program of interest. Applicants must be certain they obtain the selective admission packet of information for the year they wish to apply.
Notices for Prospective Applicants
Placement Testing: All applicants interested in applying to a selective admission program (listed above) must demonstrate they are college-level in reading, writing, and math through the College's placement test (AccuPlacer) or submission of exemption criteria. Information on placement test exemption criteria and registering for the AccuPlacer (if needed) can be found on the Testing Center website.
Online Anatomy & Physiology Courses:
- Anatomy & Physiology courses taken online (or LiveOnline, Hybrid, etc.) at Rowan College South Jersey are ACCEPTABLE for all selective admissions programs.
- Anatomy & Physiology courses taken or in-progress at another college will need to provide additional documentation in the applicant's portfolio.
- Anatomy & Physiology courses taken online at another college prior to Spring 2020 are not acceptable for Selective Admissions programs.
We cannot guarantee transfer of online Anatomy & Physiology courses taken or in-progress at another college. Applicants will need to consult the admissions packet for their program of choice for more information.