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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration and Course Information Rutgers–Princeton Cooperative Exchange Program  

Rutgers–Princeton Cooperative Exchange Program

Rutgers and Princeton universities have been engaged in an exchange program since 1964. This informal program does not require admission to or registration at the host institution. No funds are exchanged between the two institutions, and the student pays tuition only at the home institution. The policies and procedures related to this program stipulate that (1) participants must be matriculating, (2) exchange is limited to one or two graduate courses per term per student, and (3) the course must be part of the student's degree program and unavailable at the home institution. To participate, a Rutgers student must register for 16:001:816Princeton Exchange (BA) (normally 3 credits) and have the forms (obtained from the Rutgers graduate registrar) signed by his or her adviser, dean, and Princeton

course instructor. The forms are then submitted to the dean of the Graduate School, Princeton University. Princeton grades are assigned and are recorded on the student's record by using the aforementioned forms.

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