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12th Grade College English

Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences - ODASIS and Johnson & Johnson

The 12th Grade College English program offers New Brunswick high school seniors for-credit, college-level English courses taught by professors from the Rutgers English Department.

Program Requirements

New Brunswick rising seniors may be considered for the program based on one of the following:

Nomination by an English instructor from the New Brunswick Saturday Scholars Academy (11th grade).
Nomination by a high school English teacher.

Enrollment Criteria:
Students who meet particular program criteria can apply to this program but must be approved/accepted to participate.
New Jersey
High Schools:
NJ - New Brunswick High School (310995)


The 12th Grade College English program offers New Brunswick high school seniors college-level English courses taught by professors from Rutgers’ English department. Students who complete basic composition with a grade of C+ or better receive 3 college credits. Based on the professor's recommendation, certain students will be selected to continue in the spring with Expository Writing (English 101).

Upon successful completion of the spring course, students will earn an additional 3 college credits. Fulfillment of these writing requirements ensures that the students will qualify for college-level science courses that have a writing prerequisite or corequisite during their first year of college; this prevents students from having to be placed into remedial writing courses that would limit the number of science courses into which students can enroll.

More information can be found on the website


604 Allison Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Phone Number:
(848) 445-6878
Affiliated Campuses:
New Brunswick/Piscataway

Who This Program is Best Suited For

Grade Level:
High School Seniors
College Courses in High School
High School to College Transition

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