Admissions: Freshman Registration Day
Scheduling your classes is the next step in enrolling at Georgian Court University. We want you to be successful here and that begins with your first college courses. At Freshman Registration Day you will complete a placement exam before meeting your faculty who will aid you in selecting courses best suited to achieving your degree and which you have the skills to be successful.
In order to secure your seat for Freshman Registration Day, please register at least a week before the testing date. Please note that Freshman Registration Day is only for Accepted and Deposited Fall 2014 Freshmen.
Freshman Registration Day Agenda:
Check in 8:00 am Parent /Guardian
Welcome 8:30 am
Morning session: Placement Testing & Parent/Guardian Presentation
Afternoon session: Meeting Faculty advisors, Course Registration
*A series of Parent presentations will occur while the students are taking placement exams and meeting with faculty.
Placement Testing Information:
ACCUPLACER is administered online at Georgian Court University and with the exception of the essay test, is an untimed test. Test results and course placements will be given to you after completing the test. The use of calculators is prohibited.
There are several components to the exam broken into 4 test segments, sentence skills, reading comprehension, basic arithmetic, and algebra. Some students may also be prompted to complete a written essay (timed), college level mathematics, and foreign language proficiency.
Since your placement into college level coursework is determined in consideration of your test scores it is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that you become familiar with the test and complete practice exercises prior to testing day. For more test information click link: Learn More!
For information about placement testing or Freshman Registration Day details please contact the Student Success Center 732.987.2363
Please use this link for a full list of contacts to answer any other questions you may have so that we can help ease your transition into college.