Delaware State University Establishes Transfer Agreement with Rowan College of South Jersey

Historically Black Delaware State University has recently formed a new partnership with Rowan College of South Jersey. The community college, located in Deptford County, New Jersey, was established in 2019 when Rowan College of Gloucester County and Cumberland County College merged into one institution.

Currently, Rowan College of South Jersey has a partnership with Rowan University that allows students from the community college to pursue their bachelor’s degree with Rowan University. Now, through a new transfer agreement with Delaware State University, these students will have the option to continue their undergraduate education at Delaware State University upon completing their associate’s degree. Additionally, the new partnership opens the door for the two schools to collaborate on research projects, educational programs, and faculty exchanges.

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