A Rutgers education goes far beyond our campus.
If you’re in a Rutgers doctoral program in an arts, sciences, or education field and have completed at least one year of full-time study toward your Ph.D., you’re eligible for the Inter-University Doctoral Consortium: an initiative that lets students from participating schools take classes at several host institutions.
How it works
You’ll register and pay tuition through Rutgers. But while you’re attending courses at a host institution, you’ll be governed by their academic policies (although you’ll still adhere to the Rutgers policy of a one-year course completion window if you receive a grade of incomplete in any course at your host institution).
Host institutions include:
Columbia University, GSAS (see special instructions)
CUNY Graduate Center
Fordham University GSAS
Graduate Faculty, New School University
New York University, GSAS
Princeton University-The Graduate School
School of Graduate Studies, Rutgers University
Stony Brook University
Teachers College, Columbia University
How to enroll
General consortium form
To apply to take courses at the CUNY Graduate Center, Fordham University, New School University, New York University, Stony Brook University, or Columbia University Teachers College, download the general consortium form and follow the directions.
Information for students from other institutions
If you’re enrolled in a doctorate program at a partner institution and are interested in taking classes at Rutgers, explore our courses and view our current schedule to find something that fits.
For more information regarding IUDC exchange courses, contact Ben Arenger firstname.lastname@example.org