The New Jersey Institute of Technology was founded in 1881 as Newark Technical School; renamed NJIT in 1975. It has a rich history with its beginnings developing from the industrial age. Like many of the port cities around the world, the Newark of the late 19th century was a thriving industrial center.
NJIT offers 128 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in six specialized schools instructed by expert faculty, 98 percent of whom hold the highest degree in their field. Our academic programs are fully accredited by the appropriate accrediting boards, commissions and associations such as Middle States, ABET, and NAAB.
NJIT is New Jersey’s science and technology university, committed to the pursuit of excellence in the conduct of research with emphasis on applied, interdisciplinary efforts encompassing architecture, design, the sciences, including the physical and life sciences, engineering, mathematics, and infrastructure systems, computing information and communications technologies and management.
The mission of the Office of Research is to promote highest quality creativity, research, and innovation for advancing the knowledge base through new discoveries, and basic, applied and translational research and technology development.
Career Development Services is a value–added contributor to the career planning and preparation of NJIT students and graduates. We are dedicated to continually improving our client services and to assuming leadership in the profession of career development.
To have career development become a widely integrated and invaluable component of the university’s overall education delivery and student professional preparation strategies.
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The Office of Global Initiatives (OGI) is the primary university resource and focal point for international student services and study abroad. OGI provides international students with comprehensive, on-going assistance in all matters related to maintaining immigration status. We oversee and offer a range of programs and services, throughout the year, to ease the student adjustment to the NJIT community. OGI also advises all NJIT students on opportunities to study abroad.
More and more, NJIT students are choosing to live on campus in one of our four residence halls -more than 1,500 students this year, including about half of the freshman class.
Students like the convenience of campus living: access to classes, the library, computer labs, activities, recreational centers, study groups, and faculty. Living on-campus offers a host of other opportunities for students: easy access to NYC (20 min), New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), Newark Museum, adjacent colleges (Rutgers-Newark, UMDNJ, and Essex County College); and the chance for you to be independent, living on your own and making key decisions.
The Robert W. Van Houten Library, houses a core collection of print books, group study rooms and has an Information Commons computer lab with more than 120 computer workstations and wireless access throughout the building. The Barbara and Leonard Littman Architecture, Art and Design Library, a branch of the university library, maintains a core collection of architecture, art and design resources.
Good health is central to the personal, academic, and professional success of any student. The health and well being of our students is our primary concern and to ensure that, NJIT @ St. Michael's Primary & Specialty Care Center provides quality health care to all eligible NJIT registered students.
NJIT is located in Newark, New Jersey's largest city. Newark is also New Jersey's cultural and economic capital, boasting performance spaces, professional sports, great food, and five other nearby colleges. We're also 20 minutes by train to New York City, the greatest city on Earth. On any given day, you can watch a sporting event (we have 19 Division I teams), challenge friends in the Campus Center’s gaming room or lend a hand in a community cleanup project.
NJIT makes it easy to get out of the lab or library and get rid of some stress through exercise. Everyone—from beginners to scholarship athletes—can participate in varsity, club, or intramural sports like soccer, baseball, basketball, fencing, volleyball, judo, and even cricket.
NJIT is home to hundreds of student-run clubs and organizations covering a wide variety of personal and professional interests. Each gives you the chance to become involved in campus life and connect with students who have similar interests. Whether you want to save the environment, explore your creative side, run for student government, or join a fraternity or sorority, you'll find many options at NJIT. There is a group for every interest–educational, multicultural, artistic, pre-professional, political, athletic, religious, service-oriented and more.
New Jersey Institute of Technology is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. (267-284-5000) The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
NJIT is an interesting place. The professors are very hit-or-miss, the students are antisocial, and the local environment of Newark can be depressing, but there are times when coming here truly feels worth it. The few friends you do make here are strong and will be with you for a long time, the classes are hard but ultimately lead to you learning the material in depth, and...
This school is really what you make of it. If you're involved in the Honors College, professional organizations, and clubs, then you'll get a lot out of it. Otherwise, by just going to class you may miss out on a lot of professional development. The ECET program honestly needs to be revamped, as the Biomedical concentration needs many more courses. If you're not interested...
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