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Admission

Prospective students can complete the standard application process online through the TCNJ Office of Admissions.

As you may have learned, the Department of Interactive Multimedia (IMM) no longer requires a portfolio for admission.  In order to apply to The College of New Jersey, you need only to submit an application via the common application.  You can select the department of Interactive Multimedia as either your primary or secondary choice of major at TCNJ within the common application.

If you’d like to talk to a faculty or staff member in IMM to learn more about the program and to determine if IMM is a good fit for you, please contact us (imm@tcnj.edu).  We would love to learn more about your interests and speak more to you about the major.


Additional Information:
If you would like to include any additional information about yourself to The College of New Jersey within the Common Application, you are able to complete this within “Additional Information Section.” If relevant, you may also send a resume to the Office of Admissions with additional information about yourself.

Note: Completing the additional information section [for TCNJ] within the Common Application or sending a resume is not a requirement.


Incoming Freshmen
Submission Deadlines

  • November 1, 2016 for Early Decision I
  • January 1, 2017 for Early Decision II
  • February 1, 2017 for General Admission
  • November 1, 2016 for Spring 2017 Admission

Note: a portfolio review is no longer required for admission.

Transfer Students
Submission Deadlines

  • Transfer Students for Spring 2017 Admission (students from other institutions):
    Submission Deadline October 15, 2016
  • Transfer Students for Fall 2017 Admission (students from other institutions):
    Submission Deadline February 15, 2017

Note: a portfolio review is no longer required for admission.


 

We encourage students to visit one of TCNJ’s upcoming open houses to tour the campus and meet with faculty and current students from the IMM program.

For students considering a transfer from another college or university, the New Jersey Lampitt Bill allows students with an AA or AS degree to transfer to TCNJ with all or most of their their non-major, general education requirements already filled. (What’s typically referred to as “gen ed” is part of the Liberal Learning curriculum at TCNJ).

The Office of Admissions web site can also help with questions about tuition expenses and financial assistance.