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Library Hours for Spring 2018 Semester

It goes like this:

Monday – Thursday   7:30am – 10pm

Friday 7:30am – 5pm

Saturday 9am to 5pm

Sunday 11am – 5pm

 

CLOSED

Saturday February 17 – Monday February 19

Saturday March 10 – Sunday March 11

Friday March 30 – Sunday April 1

 

Exam Hours

Monday May 7 – Thursday May 10   7am – 11pm

Friday May 11                                            7am – 5pm

Saturday May 12                                      9am – 5pm

Sunday May 13                                         11am – 5pm

Monday May 14 – Tuesday May 15   7am – 11pm

 

Library services end fifteen minutes before Library closes.

 

 

 

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NJCU Library Hours for 2017/18 Winter Intersession

The Guarini Library will have reduced hours from December 20 through January 15. We will be open Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm; we will be closed on Saturdays and Sundays. In addition we will be closed between Christmas and New Year’s Day as well as Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 15, 2018; we will start the Spring semester on Tuesday, January 16.

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NJCU’s West Campus As “College Town in the City”

That is how our new development is referenced by one of its developers; he terms it “creating a college town in the city.” The entire article that elaborates on construction outside of downtown Jersey City is here – Off the waterfront: Incentivizing new growth in Jersey City.

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A Recent Interview With Congressman Frank J Guarini

This interview appeared in the online edition of The Jersey Journal, November 20, 2017. NJCU’s library is named after him because of his very generous donation to the University.

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NJCU Among Best Online Programs in New Jersey

Onlinecolleges.com has recently released its list of the top online programs in New Jersey; NJCU comes in at #9.

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NJCU, Again, Has Lowest Tuition in New Jersey

According to this survey in nj.com, NJCU still offers the lowest tuition of any four-year school in the state.

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How Public-Private Partnerships Are Working at NJCU

This informative article articulates the underpinings of PPP, and how it will benefit NJCU and its students.

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