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Camden County College and Rutgers University–Camden have partnered to offer students a new dual degree.

Students who are accepted as part of the Premier Partnership will earn an associate degree from Camden County College and a baccalaureate degree from Rutgers–Camden for under $30,000. Camden County College students pursuing one of the joint degrees (Bachelor of Arts degrees in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Liberal Studies, Political Science and Psychology) will also be guaranteed a third year scholarship.

“We are building upon the proven relationship between the two schools to provide students with greater access to a range of educational opportunities,” says Camden County College President Donald A. Borden.

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In the partnership programs, students are provided with seamless transfer of credits, joint student advisement by staff from both schools, a Rutgers ID and email and access to the Rutgers–Camden student organizations, library and fitness facilities. On the Camden County College campus, participating students will also have access to a Premier Partnership lounge and dedicated Rutgers–Camden counselor.

“Students who enroll in Camden County College become part of the Rutgers–Camden community, and we are committed to working with those students to support their success,” says Rutgers University–Camden Chancellor Phoebe A. Haddon.

Applications for the dual degree will be accepted in Spring 2020, and the Rutgers application fee will be waved.

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