Application Info & Forms
- Application Deadlines
- Required Supplemental Documents
- Letter of Recommendation Form
- Graduate Admission Testing Information – Waivers
- Graduate Program Codes
Mailing Address for Supplemental Documents
The College of New Jersey
Office of Graduate Studies
Green Hall, Room 202
P.O. Box 7718 / 2000 Pennington Road
Ewing, NJ 08628
If you have submitted an application and wish to check the status, you may enter your username and password. If you do not know your login information, please visit our Account Lookup site. You will need your 6-digit TCNJ ID number to retrieve this information. If you are receiving a message indicating your login and/or password are not valid, please verify you have typed both correctly. Many applicants are confusing the lowercase “L” and the number “1”. You can also try copying and pasting your user name and password directly from the screen.
Please note that requirements are subject to change dependent upon federal and state regulations, particularly in programs leading to certification.
Please be sure to send required supplemental documents by the appropriate deadline. An application is not considered complete unless all supplemental documents are received by the appropriate deadline.
Initial Teacher Certification Programs
Applicants to Initial Teacher Certification Programs must provide proof of meeting the State of New Jersey Basic Skills Requirement. If your proof is that you already hold a different CEAS or standard certificate, please note that it must be issued by the State of New Jersey. If you have questions regarding the NJ Basic Skills requirement, please contact the Certification Office at 609-771-2396.
In addition to the standard supplemental documents required, international applicants must have score reports submitted for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) if their native language is not English and must complete the International Student Admissions Handbook for F-1 Students, including an Affidavit of Financial Support.
Furthermore, all students who attended a non-U.S. institution must have their educational documents translated into English and evaluated on a course-by-course basis by an accredited agency as to the U.S. equivalency of their course work (see here for an agency listing). An I-20 cannot be issued until after the student is officially admitted to The College. For more information, including required forms, please visit the International Student Services Web site.
Students planning to attend an overseas/international site are not required to complete an I-20 or an Affidavit of Financial Support.