To be considered for the three-year Bachelor’s Degree program, a student should have a minimum high school GPA of a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Admission to the program will be determined utilizing a holistic approach with the GPA being one of the multiple factors being considered.
- Three-year degree applicants will bring with them a minimum of two acceptable AP courses (scoring 4 or higher on the AP test), two acceptable IB courses (scoring 5 or higher on the IB exam), or 2 college-level courses with a minimum of a B grade prior to matriculation at TCNJ.
- Students in a three-year program will have a designated 3-year advisor for their major.
- Students will not be allowed to overload in the semester when taking a writing intensive course.
- With close academic advising, 3-year degree students will complete the 6 units (classes) needed to graduate during the winter, summer and/or a one-semester overload each academic year.