According to the NJBIZ 2017 Book of Lists, NJCU’s accounting program moved up the rankings, from #7 last year to #5 this year.(35)
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And we quote:
“Two of the most important projects in the city are actually happening right here in Ward A. First, We are especially excited for the expansion of New Jersey City University’s campus here in Ward A, which will include new residential housing and retail space. This is one of the largest and most transformative projects in the entire city. This expansion will be located on a 21-acre vacant site here in Ward A. As mentioned before, it will include new residential housing, new student housing, retail including a brand new large supermarket for residents on the south side of the city. A project of this magnitude will have an incredible impact, and will bring new opportunities, jobs and activity to this underutilized area.”(10)
Read the whole Ward A address given on March 20, 2017.
The final report of the New Jersey College Affordability Study Commission has just been released. It lists many recommendations within it to make going to college in the state less of a financial burden. It needs to be remembered that New Jersey ranks as the fourth most expensive state to attend public college. And once again, it needs to be pointed out that New Jersey City University charges the least tuition of any public college in the state.
This interactive site from ProPublica traces the seemingly ineluctable increase in tuition from 2000/01 to 2014/15 as well as tracking the downward slide in income. You can get the results either state by state or by institution. NJCU, as always, fares well.
Here is a listing of how much graduating seniors owe in debt; New Jersey is here, and you can see that NJCU’s grads still carry the lowest debt in the state among 4-year public colleges. In fact, among ALL colleges in New jersey, NJCU grads carry the second-least debt.
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Here are some handy NJCU sites for you. When you need to contact a department or faculty member, use the university’s online campus directories. To purchase textbooks for your courses and to see if there are used cheaper copies or a rental option, access the bookstore. If you need to consult master course lists or catalogs, you may come to the Library or peruse the latest versions here. And let us not forget the Office of Campus Life. For those taking mass transportation, check this NJ Transit site. Cafeteria hours, menus, specials, etc are available at this Gourment Dining site. All students should read and be familiar with NJCU’s Academic Integrity Policy, Copyright Policy and Related Guidelines, and its Responsible Use of Computing Resources; other student policies should also be consulted. Also, please peruse the award-winning Gothic Magazine, read The Gothic Times (your student newspaper) and keep up with the Gothic Knights sports teams at this official and informative site. Learn about NJCU through this informative historical timeline and visit the accolade-laden Jersey City Past and Present. Make the most of your time here