Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to commonly asked questions related to the online programs at William Paterson University.

WP FAQs

Every question is an opportunity to learn. From application to graduation, WP Online offers a variety of resources you can access anytime to help you achieve your academic and professional goals. 

Undergraduate FAQs

Have a question related to completing your bachelor’s degree with WP Online? Start here to get answers to the most frequently asked questions and find more detailed information about our online undergraduate programs.

In addition to our main campus offerings, William Paterson University offers a wide variety of fully-online bachelors, masters, and certificate programs designed to help you achieve your personal and career goals. Find the right online program for you.

Learn more about the WP Online experience.

In addition to our online programs, William Paterson University offers a variety of educational pathways to meet the needs of the lifelong learner. View all our academic programs.
Students may transfer up to 90 credits via completed coursework or credit equivalencies for professional certifications, but they must earn at least 30 institutional credits to meet the degree requirements of 120 credits and to qualify for graduation.
Upon admission, the University will evaluate your transcripts to determine institutional equivalencies for prior credits completed depending on the degree and major you selected on your application. The analysis contains a summary of credits applied towards your degree and remaining requirements necessary to complete your degree.
If you need to defer your acceptance/start date to a later term or if you are no longer interested in attending WPU, follow these steps.
Applicants gain access/credentials to WPConnect within their acceptance letter:
Students are to contact their respective advisor as noted on their Admissions Acceptance Letter to schedule an initial advisement virtual appointment to review their degree evaluation and formulate an academic plan. Include in communication, name, student ID, major, and preferred days/times to meet.  If a student has additional questions regarding advisement and/or registration contact WP Online advisors at [email protected].
To drop a course:
  • Go to wpunj.edu/wpconnect
  • Students tab; Registration section; Click on Add/Drop Classes, select the term
If unable to drop the course on WP Connect, send an email to [email protected] and copy your advisor. The system will not allow you to drop all your courses from a term. Speak to your advisor before withdrawing from all your courses in a term. Please review academic calendar for refund information on the WP Online Calendar.
To learn how to register for a waitlisted course, please watch this short video.
Your PIN is your six-digit date of birth (mmddyy).
Student Enrollment Services is available to address your inquiries and continue to process billing, payment, financial aid, and record inquiries. Here are all the ways you can reach them:
  • Website: Student Enrollment Services
  • Hours of operation: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Phone: 973-720-3945
  • Text: 973-358-8994
  • Email: [email protected] – Be sure to check your William Paterson email account.
  • Virtual Meeting: Kindly call or email us to schedule an appointment using your William Paterson University email account.
Visit the Student Services page to learn more about our Student Enrollment Services department.
To ensure students are set up for success, WP Online does not allow late admission or late registrations.
Log in to WPConnect to review or print your unofficial transcript.
Visit our student enrollment services records page to locate the necessary information to be included on a request. Be sure to use your William Paterson University email account.
If applying for financial aid, instructions are available at WP Financial Aid.
  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please include the William Paterson University school code: 002625
  • Monitor your student email for further instructions from the Financial Aid Office or log in to WP Connect (student tab)
All University communications regarding your financial aid awards will be posted in the student portal, WPConnect, and sent to your university email account.
How to view your Financial Aid through WPConnect:
  • Login to WPConnect 
    • Please enter your William Paterson University (855) ID and your Personal Identification Number (PIN). Do not confuse this with your federal FSAID.
  • Student’s tab: ‘Financial Aid’ section, click ‘My Eligibility,’ and Select Aid Year
You should be able to see any Financial Aid holds or unmet requirements. To review Financial Aid Awards:
  • Student’s tab: ‘Financial Aid’ section, click ‘My Award Information’, click ‘Award By Aid Year,’ and select Aid Year, review each tab.
Students taking three credit hours per part of term are considered part time. Students taking six credit hours per part of term (“Spring 2” or “Fall 1”) are considered full time.
No. Students must pay in full if financial aid requirements are not met by the deadline. Students should check WPConnect and their student email for financial aid updates and required actions.
Yes. You will be invited to complete an online orientation for your major when you meet with your advisor. This is a self-paced unit filled with useful information and specifically created for your program of study.
Transfer students who completed, or are in their final semester of completing, the requirements for an A.A., A.S. or A.F.A degree from an accredited college or university with a general education program similar to that specified in the NJ State transfer agreement will be considered to have completed all lower division university core curriculum requirements. These students will have junior status upon entering William Paterson University (with exception of courses that may be required for the major). A.A.S. degrees that include 30 credits or more of courses identified as general education will be treated the same as A.S. degrees. Note: For those students who enter without an earned Associate Degree are required to complete various University Core Curriculum (UCC/General Education) requirements. Read more about these general education requirements.
Students will utilize Blackboard to access course work. Visit our Blackboard FAQs page for more helpful tips.
The Center for Degree Completion and Adult Learning (DCAL) recognizes that not all learning has resulted from the traditional classroom. We strive to work with students who come to us with a vast array of work experience and training through the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). PLA provides the student with the opportunity to earn credit for learning outside of the confines of a traditional classroom. This prior learning may be a result of your work experience, formal corporate or military training, business ownership, volunteer work/civic leadership, and more. To be awarded credit for prior learning, you must be able to demonstrate that you have met the learning outcomes required in a bachelor’s level course. Learn more about Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). If you have any questions reach out to Johanna Prado at 973-720-3035 or [email protected].
Course shells from the immediate past semester are kept active well into the ensuing semester for the convenience of students who need to finish incompletes. If you’ve hidden your courses or cannot locate your previous courses, write the instructor who taught the class and ask him/her to re-activate classes for you.
William Paterson University recognizes that not all learning has resulted from the traditional classroom. We strive to work with students who come to us with a vast array of work experience and training through the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). PLA provides the student with the opportunity to earn credit for learning outside of the confines of a traditional classroom, but also allows the learner to illustrate what they know through the construction of a professional, guided portfolio assembly. This path may save students both time and money as they work toward their degree.

The Center is here for your support and guidance as you navigate your academic journey to degree completion.

You can build upon your professional experience to earn additional credits toward your degree through each of the following methods of Prior Learning Assessment (PLA):

  • Portfolio Assessment - Students can complete a portfolio for assessment of prior, non-college experience that may equate to college credit.  The portfolio process might be right for you if you have developed college-level knowledge, skills, and abilities, and are able to demonstrate that these skills meet the learning objectives of an academic course without having had formal training or college credit in the area. Details about Portfolio Assessment.
  • Credit by Examination - Students can demonstrate their knowledge and gain credit through standardized national exams such as the CLEP, AP, IB, TECEP, CPEP,  departmental challenge examinations, and credits through transfer (to a maximum of 90).
  • Military Credits - Students can earn degree credit for military training and experience by providing transcripts from ACE, CCAF, AART, JST, SMART, and the U.S. Coast Guard Institute. They will need to provide the Registrar's office or the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs with their official transcripts, which can be ordered through Joint Services Transcript (JST), along with a copy of their DD214 (military discharge document).
  • Course Challenge Exams - These exams are developed by departments for students wishing to "test out" of a course by demonstrating competency in course learning outcomes.
  • Professional Training - Students may earn credit for professional training programs they have completed and for which they hold documentation of successful completion and learning outcomes. Professional training examples include but are not limited to CompTIA A+, CompTIA Security+, CCNA certification, Human Resource Management (SHRM/PHR/SPHR), Project Management certification, Supply Chain Management certification, Digital Marketing certification, Certified Medical Assistant CCMA, and Certified Patient Care Technician (CPCT).
Learn more about Prior Learning Assessments. If you have any questions email [email protected] or call 973-720-3035 or 973-720-2732.
To apply for graduation, log into WPConnect >> Student Tab >> Header >> Graduation. Students completing their degree during Summer, MUST apply for the August graduation period. Graduation application deadlines are as follows:
APPLICATION DEADLINES
JANUARY September 1
MAY December 1
AUGUST June 1
Note: Students completing their degree requirement during the summer and wish to walk/participate in May Commencement Ceremony must apply for August graduation. Learn more about WPUNJ’s Commencement Ceremony.
Undergraduate students must satisfy the following: a minimum of 120 credit hours, a program of study (must complete a major), University Core Curriculum and World Language requirements (as applicable) and minimum grade point average of 2.0 in a major and overall cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher.  
Undergraduate students must have a grade point average of 2.00 overall GPA, a major declared, and at least 90 credits earned or in progress (including transfer credit) to apply for graduation.
Yes, all William Paterson University students—main campus, online, or offsite—are welcome to attend the University in-person graduation ceremony.
Your PIN is your six-digit date of birth (mmddyy).
Information Technology at William Paterson University strives to provide state-of-the-art technology solutions that meet the needs of our university community, and we are committed to providing the best user support possible. User Services consists of the Help Desk, Field Services, Enterprise Desktop Support, and Technology Consultants. In coordination, they triage technology-related requests, resolve technical problems, develop technology infrastructure, and more. If you encounter information technology or user services issues, our team can assist. Simply reach out to our IT Help Desk online or call 973-720-4357.
Yes. All official communications after acceptance will occur via your university email. This means communication with Advising, Financial Aid, and all other university support services. Please remember your login credentials. You may set up your William Paterson University Outlook email to forward messages to your personal account.
All Blackboard questions and problems should be directed to the IT Help Desk.  You should expect an answer within 24 hours, but most responses will come sooner. Please include as much detail as possible, such as the department and number of your course and the exact nature of your need. Browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer are all certified by Blackboard for this version of Bb Learn, but experience has demonstrated Chrome creates the fewest problems for users. Mac users should avoid the Safari browser and use Chrome or Firefox instead. Blackboard Collaborate will only work with Google Chrome. Blackboard works best when users have installed the latest version of Java.
Instructions are found in each student’s acceptance letter.

Additional Support

Find additional support for online undergraduate student success at WP Online Student Success Services.

Graduate FAQs

At William Paterson, we are committed to providing the support you need to earn a quality graduate degree. Learn more about starting your online master’s program, funding your education, accessing coursework, getting technology help, and graduating.

In addition to our main campus offerings, William Paterson University offers a wide variety of fully-online bachelors, masters, and certificate programs designed to help you achieve your personal and career goals. Find the right online program for you.

Learn more about the WP Online experience.

In addition to our online programs, William Paterson University offers a variety of educational pathways to meet the needs of the lifelong learner. View all our academic programs.
A maximum of six credits from other institutions may be credited toward a master's degree program provided that:
  1. The student applies for transfer credit at the time of matriculation;
  2. The work was taken in graduate courses for graduate credit;
  3. The work was taken within the last six years;
  4. The grade received was B or better;
  5. The work does not duplicate any work, graduate or undergraduate, for which credit was previously given;
  6. The work was not applied toward an academic degree at any other institution;
  7. The work was taken at an accredited college or university;
  8. The work is applicable to the student's program.
A current matriculated William Paterson University student may, in some instances, be allowed to take courses off-campus at other institutions as a visiting student and transfer the credit to William Paterson University. The student must receive permission from the dean of the college and/or the department chairperson of his/her program of study prior to course registration. These credits are allowed as transfer credit; provisions two through six as stated above remain applicable in such instances.
You must meet with the program coordinator to determine which courses may be eligible for transfer.
Applicants can check their application status through WPConnect. After logging in, navigate to the student tab and select admissions.
If you need to defer your acceptance/start date to a later term or if you are no longer interested in attending WPU, follow these steps.
Applicants gain access/credentials to WPConnect within their acceptance letter:
To register for classes:
    • Refer to your course carousel provided by the program coordinator.
    • Go to wpunj.edu/wpconnect 
    • Go to Students tab; Registration section; Click on Add/Drop Classes
If you require additional assistance with registration, watch this video created to assist with the registration process.
To drop a course:
  • Go to wpunj.edu/wpconnect
  • Students tab; Registration section; Click on Add/Drop Classes, select the term
If unable to drop the course on WP Connect, send an email to [email protected] and copy your advisor. The system will not allow you to drop all your courses from a term. Speak to your advisor before withdrawing from all your courses in a term. Please review academic calendar for refund information on the WP Online Calendar.
Your PIN is your six-digit date of birth (mmddyy).
Student Enrollment Services is available to address your inquiries and continue to process billing, payment, financial aid, and record inquiries. Here are all the ways you can reach them:
  • Website: Student Enrollment Services
  • Hours of operation: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Phone: 973-720-3945
  • Text: 973-358-8994
  • Email: [email protected] – Be sure to check your William Paterson email account.
  • Virtual Meeting: Kindly call or email us to schedule an appointment using your William Paterson University email account.
Visit the Student Services page to learn more about our Student Enrollment Services department.
To ensure students are set up for success, WP Online does not allow late admission or late registrations.
Log in to WPConnect to review or print your unofficial transcript.
Visit our student enrollment services records page to locate the necessary information to be included on a request. Be sure to use your William Paterson University email account.
If applying for financial aid, instructions are available at WP Financial Aid.
  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please include the William Paterson University school code: 002625
  • Monitor your student email for further instructions from the Financial Aid Office or log in to WP Connect (student tab)
All University communications regarding your financial aid awards will be posted in the student portal, WPConnect, and sent to your university email account.
How to view your Financial Aid through WPConnect:
  • Login to WPConnect 
    • Please enter your William Paterson University (855) ID and your Personal Identification Number (PIN). Do not confuse this with your federal FSAID.
  • Student’s tab: ‘Financial Aid’ section, click ‘My Eligibility,’ and Select Aid Year
You should be able to see any Financial Aid holds or unmet requirements. To review Financial Aid Awards:
  • Student’s tab: ‘Financial Aid’ section, click ‘My Award Information’, click ‘Award By Aid Year,’ and select Aid Year, review each tab.
Students taking three credit hours per part of term are considered part time. Students taking six credit hours per part of term (“Spring 2” or “Fall 1”) are considered full time.
No. Students must pay in full if financial aid requirements are not met by the deadline. Students should check WPConnect and their student email for financial aid updates and required actions.
Students can purchase books via the WPUNJ University Bookstore: You will need to select your term, course department, course code, and course section number.
Students will utilize Blackboard to access course work. Visit our Blackboard FAQs page for more helpful tips.
Course shells from the immediate past semester are kept active well into the ensuing semester for the convenience of students who need to finish incompletes. If you’ve hidden your courses or cannot locate your previous courses, write the instructor who taught the class and ask him/her to re-activate classes for you.
To apply for graduation, log into WPConnect >> Student Tab >> Header >> Graduation. Students completing their degree during Summer, MUST apply for the August graduation period. Graduation application deadlines are as follows:
APPLICATION DEADLINES
JANUARY September 1
MAY December 1
AUGUST June 1
Note: Students completing their degree requirement during the summer and wish to walk/participate in May Commencement Ceremony must apply for August graduation. Learn more about WPUNJ’s Commencement Ceremony.
Yes, all William Paterson University students—main campus, online, or offsite—are welcome to attend the University in-person graduation ceremony.
Your PIN is your six-digit date of birth (mmddyy).
Information Technology at William Paterson University strives to provide state-of-the-art technology solutions that meet the needs of our university community, and we are committed to providing the best user support possible. User Services consists of the Help Desk, Field Services, Enterprise Desktop Support, and Technology Consultants. In coordination, they triage technology-related requests, resolve technical problems, develop technology infrastructure, and more. If you encounter information technology or user services issues, our team can assist. Simply reach out to our IT Help Desk online or call 973-720-4357.
Yes. All official communications after acceptance will occur via your university email. This means communication with Advising, Financial Aid, and all other university support services. Please remember your login credentials. You may set up your William Paterson University Outlook email to forward messages to your personal account.
All Blackboard questions and problems should be directed to the IT Help Desk.  You should expect an answer within 24 hours, but most responses will come sooner. Please include as much detail as possible, such as the department and number of your course and the exact nature of your need. Browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer are all certified by Blackboard for this version of Bb Learn, but experience has demonstrated Chrome creates the fewest problems for users. Mac users should avoid the Safari browser and use Chrome or Firefox instead. Blackboard Collaborate will only work with Google Chrome. Blackboard works best when users have installed the latest version of Java.
Instructions are found in each student’s acceptance letter.

Nursing FAQs

Looking for more information about our nursing programs at WP Online? Here you can locate details related to specific programs, clinical sites, preceptor requirements, and more.

For Undergraduate Nursing programs, WP will evaluate prior coursework for admission and satisfaction of program requirements.
    • Minimum of 30 credits completed at WP; may vary based on courses completed for RN
    • Must complete total of 120 credits and meet university core and language requirement
    • Core is considered complete for most AA and some AAS degrees
    • RN license; Associate Degree or Diploma from an accredited program
Note: William Paterson requires 30 hours at the University in order to graduate with your bachelor’s degree, so you may not see additional credits transfer if you have more than 90.
No. A preceptor is not required in the RN to BSN program.
  1. Go to WP Online RN-BSN courses.
  2. Click on core courses and electives for the courses and their descriptions. There are four graduate level courses in this program (NUR 5461, NUR 5701, NUR 6001 and one elective (NUR 5081 or NUR 6011).
  • Students may attend part time (1 class per 7-week session) – 20 Months
  • Students may attend full time (2 classes per 7-week session) – 10 months
  • If a student changes their degree plan, the time to completion will vary
Yes. The online orientation will be available for registered students one week before courses begin.
General education is considered complete for those with a diploma and 60 college credit hours or students with an AS or AAS, meaning you may only need to complete a statistics course.
Yes. Clinical time is assignment/project-based, rather than hour-based, and completed during the course.
10 Courses (30 credits) are required to obtain a BSN degree at WPU. If you have not completed an Elementary Statistics course, Math 1300: Elementary Statistics is a prerequisite for NUR 3500: Nursing Research.
  • Associate degree or diploma in nursing from an accredited institution
  • GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • RN license, valid and unencumbered
Yes. For the RN to BSN portion, clinical time is assignment/project-based, rather than hour-based, and is completed during the course. For the MSN portion, the student will follow the same requirements listed in the Clinical Site FAQs: Is there a certain number clinical of hours that need to be completed on a weekly basis?.  
No preceptor is required for the RN to BSN portion. The requirements for the MSN portion can be found in the Clinical Site FAQ: How soon should I begin the search for a preceptor? When will I start clinicals and when is the required documentation due?
While a student is admitted to the program with a 2.5 GPA (for the BSN portion), a 3.0 GPA is needed to matriculate to the MSN portion of the program. In addition, when entering the fixed last course of the BSN, you should contact the Graduate Coordinator to discuss next steps.
Students should notify their Preceptor, Clinical Faculty, and/or Clinical Coordinator if there are any emergencies or unexpected situations that arise during clinical hours.
A Clinical Coordinator will be assigned to work with students throughout the program. For questions regarding clinicals, students should reach out to Ivy Sosoban at [email protected].
  • Refer to your preceptor handbook for program-specific information as to when clinicals begin.
  • The earlier students can secure a preceptor, the better. Students should submit preceptor information no later than 90 days prior to the start of each clinical rotation to be sure they are approved and avoid any delays in progressing with a clinical course.
Specific expectations related to clinical programs can be found in the preceptor handbook. The following are the clinical hour recommendations:
  • FNP:
    • 170 (120 pediatric and 50 obstetrics] hours with pediatric clients (children, adolescents, and families)
    • 510 hours with adults, including seniors
  • Adult-Gerontology Primary Care NP:
    • 510 hours with adults, including seniors
Program courses are set up within an optimal sequence for successful progression. Courses are set up in categories and, within those categories, courses may be taken in any order. If you deviate from the suggested degree plans, please contact your advisor prior; otherwise, it may delay your designated graduate time frame.
Students can take up to two 7-week sessions at a time.
A preceptor handbook and graduate student handbook are provided during orientation; program updates and announcements will be communicated by faculty.
Clinical expectations vary based on the course. For additional information see the course syllabus.
Clinical courses should be taken in suggested sequence, as complexity is increased.
Clinical hours are tracked via Typhon.
The University does have affiliation agreements for clinical opportunities. Please be aware, if the University does not currently have an affiliation agreement with a healthcare facility, it can take up to six months to obtain due to legal review of contracts. If a clinical opportunity is available at one of these sites, the university will work with a student to secure placement as requests are made. All clinical site and preceptor information will be verified as students submit their information for approval.
Clinical rotations may be completed at the student’s place of employment; however, students must abide by the following rules:
  1. Clinical hours cannot be completed in the student’s direct unit or patient care area
  2. Immediate supervisor cannot be the student’s preceptor
  3. Students cannot perform clinical hours during any time they are being paid as an employee (they cannot be “on the clock”)
The clinical site must be appropriate for the specialty of the program and the patient population required for each specific course. See grid below for program-specific information. Refer to your syllabus for expectations and objectives. Contact your Clinical Coordinator for additional information. Family Nurse Practitioner and Adult Gerontology Primary Care NP:
  • Must be in a primary care setting:
    • Medical offices, long-term care facilities, hospice settings, assisted-living, hospital out-patient clinics, urgent-care
  MSN – Nursing Education:
  • Schools (i.e. nursing programs)
  • Education department in a healthcare facility
  MSN – Nursing Administration:
  • Hospital setting, administration department (with Nurse Executives or Nursing Administration)
  • Refer to your preceptor handbook for program-specific information as to when clinicals begin.
  • The earlier students can secure a preceptor, the better. Students should submit preceptor information no later than 90 days prior to the start of each clinical rotation to be sure they are approved and avoid any delays in progressing with a clinical course.
24 to 25 hours. It is up to the student to work with their preceptor for an agreed-upon schedule to complete the clinical hours required for each clinical course. As long as 170 hours per clinical course are completed by the end of the course date, a student will be in compliance with requirements.
Clinical hour requirements vary based on the course.
  • MSN – Adult-Gero NP and Post-Master's Adult-Gero NP Certificate: 510 hours
  • MSN – FNP and Post-Master's FNP Certificate: 680 hours
  • MSN – Nursing Administration and Post-Master's Nursing Administration Certificate: 170 hours
  • MSN – Nursing Education and Post-Master's Nursing Education Certificate: 170 hours/PM CERT 45 hours
  • Students are responsible for ensuring their preceptor signs the Preceptor Agreement Form
  • Students submit this documentation to their Clinical Coordinator
  • If an affiliation agreement is needed, students will need to provide the university with a point of contact to initiate this process
  • Affiliation agreement negotiations are between the university and the clinical site
  • Students are only responsible for ensuring the university has a contact person to initiate this process
Students should notify the Clinical Coordinator as soon as possible if any such changes occur.
  • Students should submit preceptor information to their Clinical Coordinator
  • Once the clinical process is complete and the student has been verified as “clinically ready,” they will receive a notification from the Clinical Coordinator
Preceptor information must be submitted to the University 90 days prior to the clinical start date for approval.
  • The number of preceptors varies based on clinical courses and clinical rotations
  • Clinical hours may be split among multiple approved preceptors
  • No, William Paterson does not contract with a third party to assist with locating preceptors or clinical sites
  • Students are discouraged from using a third party especially if payment for services is required
William Paterson has resources available to assist students with placement. Students should refer to the Clinical Handbook and reach out to the Clinical Coordinator to identify the process and requirements in requesting assistance to find a preceptor.
Helpful tips on securing a preceptor can be found along with other clinical requirements in the orientation information in Blackboard.
William Paterson University highly encourages students to secure their own preceptors (to best accommodate schedule and location).
  • No, students are not permitted to use their direct supervisor as their preceptor
  • Students are also not permitted to perform clinical rotations during hours they are working as an employee at a facility
Adult Gerontology Primary Care NP (AGNP)
  • Active certification as a Nurse Practitioner, Certified Nurse Midwife, or Physician
  • Must have a minimum of one year in role as a professional licensed practitioner
  • Current unencumbered license to practice in the state where clinicals take place
  Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
  • Active certification as a Nurse Practitioner, Certified Nurse Midwife, or Physician
  • Must have a minimum of one year in role as a professional licensed practitioner
  • Current unencumbered license to practice in the state where clinicals take place
  MSN Education
  • Must have one year of experience
  • Master’s degree or higher in nursing education
  MSN Nurse Administration
  • Must have one year of experience
  • Nurse Executive, Nursing Administration
 

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