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ith a 160-year tradition of excellence in higher educa- tion, Kean University rec- ognizes how important credit transfer is to student success, and our faculty advisors are dedicated to ensuring your transition to Kean is as easy as possible. Kean offers more than 50 under- graduate degrees and 70+ graduate study options. The University’s wide range of academic programs allows transfer students many options as they find their path in life.


Student and campus life Transfer students fit right in at Kean, where almost four out of every 10 students are transfers. Life is a vi- brant mix of academic, social, and cultural activities—students get in- volved on and off campus with access to résumé-building internships re- gionally and in Manhattan. With over 160 cultural clubs, student orga- nizations, and honor societies, Kean offers transfer students a wealth of opportunities to get involved.


Convenient locations


Kean has three conveniently located campuses throughout New Jersey and offers several degree options 100% online, making it easier than ever to earn a four-year degree. Kean is also the only public American university to operate a fully English-speaking campus in China, allowing students the opportunity to have a global edu- cation by studying abroad. Kean’s main campus: Located in Union, New Jersey, our main campus is just 30 minutes from New York City and has a long history of offering a quality, affordable, comprehensive, hands-on education that sets gradu- ates up for success in a global market. Kean Ocean: Located on the cam- pus of Ocean County College in Toms River, New Jersey, Kean Ocean provides seamless transfer and degree com- pletion options for community col- lege students with 60 credits or more. Kean Skylands: Our new location in Jefferson Township, New Jersey, is a degree completion campus designed with transfer students in mind. Kean’s


world-class faculty are committed to helping community college graduates make a smooth transition to earning their bachelor’s degree in Biology, Criminal Justice, Management, or Psy- chology. At this remote campus, we encourage interdisciplinary learning among all of our programs, using na- ture as a uniting element. Many classes are held outdoors, giving Biology stu- dents endless opportunities to con- duct research in nature’s laboratory. Kean Online: Our online program was designed so students can earn a four-year degree anytime, anywhere. The same credentialed faculty teach Kean’s online courses as its traditional classes, and instructors are available to meet with students should the need or desire arise. Programs are offered 100% online for undergrad- uate transfer students in Accounting, Biology, Criminal Justice, Manage- ment, Nursing, and Psychology.


Transfer-friendly institution For the last five years, Kean University has been recognized on Phi Theta Kappa’s Transfer Honor Roll as one of the most transfer-friendly univer- sities in the nation! It‘s our mission to create a seamless transfer experience. Kean University partners with com-


munity colleges statewide to ease the credit transfer process and ensure stu- dent success. Articulation agreements


Named a


“Best College for Social Mobility”


— U.S. News & World Report, 2020


Recognized as one of the


most transfer-friendly universities in the nation


— 2020 Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Honor Roll


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Recognized among the “Best Online


Colleges for Value,” ranking #10 in Human Resources, #19 in Accounting, and #5 in Criminal Justice programs


— Guide to Online Schools, 2020 @CollegeXpress


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