Archive for New Jersey City University

Library Closure on Friday, May 19, 2017

Due to upgrade work, the Library will be closed on Friday, May 19. In addition, there will be no access to the Library’s databases from 6pm, Thursday, May 18 until 6pm, Friday, May 19.  We are regret the inconvenience.

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NJCU Library 2017 Summer Schedule

May 16 – May 26

Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm

Sat-Sun  Closed

May 27 – May 29 Memorial Day Weekend Closed

May 30 – June 4

Tues – Thursday 7:30am – 9pm

Fri 7:30am – 5pm

Sat Closed

Sun 11am – 5pm

June 5 – July 3

Mon-Thurs 7:30am – 9pm

Fri-Sat Closed

Sun 11am-5pm

July 4 Closed

July 5 – July 6

Wed-Thurs 8am – 5:15pm

July 7-July 9 Closed

July 10 – August 10

Mon-Thurs 7:30am – 9pm

Fri-Sat Closed

Sun 11am – 5pm

August 11- September 1

Mon – Fri 8:30am – 4:30pm

Sat – Sun Closed

NOTE: ALL LIBRARY SERVICES END 15 MINUTES BEFORE CLOSING TO ALLOW PUBLIC SAFETY TIME TO CLEAR THE BUILDING

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10th Anniversary of the Library Blog

It was exactly ten years ago today that this blog was launched. Some facts:

There are 2449 entries containing thousands of links

The blog has been viewed 169,226 times

The top ten countries with the most views: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Philippines, India, Germany, France, Australia, Spain, and South Korea

The most popular entries are:

Online Primary Sources for the War of 1812 More stats 4,919
Online Primary Sources for American History: The Territorial Papers of the United States More stats 3,206
New Federal Withholding Tax Tables Published More stats 2,498
Online Primary Sources for American History: New Jersey Colonial Documents More stats 2,190
This Day In History: Hamilton-Burr Duel More stats 1,854
Database Trials More stats 1,599
Online Primary Sources for American History: The Iraq War More stats 1,155
Women Writers on the Web More stats 1,109
New Jersey Teenagers and Driving More stats 944
 

 

I would like to thank all the supporters of this blog who have encouraged its development and who have commented on its content. It has been a pleasure, and I look forward to continuing the journey.

Fred Smith

Director of Library Services

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Jersey City Development Map Updated March 28, 2017

Jersey City is in a building boom; more than 37,000 units planned and 9,000 now under construction. The newest iteration of the development map allows you limit your search to units approved, completed, proposed, or under construction. Check the map to see what is happening in NJCU’s neighborhood.

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NJCU’s Accounting Program Ranked #5 in the State

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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NJCU’s Mention in Mayor Fulop’s Ward A “State of the City” Address

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.

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Making New Jersey Colleges More Affordable

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.

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