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Most Helpful Review for New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Category: Tips for prospective students
  • Review by: Paul from Monroe Township, NJ
  • 8 out of 8 people found this review helpful

Its a really good college and the campus is perfect for me Every building I need to go to is 5 minutes away from my dorm and if I have to travel far, the subway is about 10 minutes away

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  • NJITHighlander91
  • Apr-10-2014 I am a current student here

    NJIT is a college that really shines when it comes to budget colleges and the payoff has been ranked top in many well known lists. Campus is a little hard to look at considering all the continuous construction happening. NJIT holds many events and ultimately want to see everyone do well as seen by all the free extra help programs available.

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  • Cynthia from Dayton, NJ
  • Mar-31-2014 I am a current student here

    The school is a good value for the price that you pay. The community is quiet and small. There is ample opportunity but you need to search for it.

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  • Semaj from Irvington, NJ
  • Feb-23-2014 I am a current student here

    NJIT is the school that everyone expect it isn't until they actually arrive there. Growing up in Newark I was faced with the down grading physical aspect that the dangers of Newark was as far as my life could and would go. Enrolling in NJIT change that negative train of though I had inserted in my head for many years; NJIT is a life changer.

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  • Feb-15-2014 I am a current student here

    I have gotten a decent education here so far. The social scene is pretty lame unless you make an effort. Being close to New York City is a definite plus.

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  • Christopher from Wantage, NJ
  • Dec-26-2013 I am a current student here

    The school has poor athletic accessibility for the average student and has a poor social atmosphere. Public transportation is easily available which comes in handy due to the close proximity of New York City. The professors at the university are either great or horrible so make sure you do your research before taking a class.

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  • Paulina from Sayreville, NJ
  • Nov-09-2013 I am a current student here

    This is a very affordable school for its standard. People tend to complain about the gender ratio and lack of a party scene, but you'll like it if you're here for the right reasons which is learning.

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  • Anonymous
  • Nov-08-2013 I am a current student here

    Decent teachers, decent facilities, decent food... you get the idea. NJIT is a decent school, but nothing to write home about. But, it's one of the cheapest schools around, so it's a worthwhile investment for low-income students.

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  • Darius Thurman
  • Sep-19-2013 I am a current student here

    The New Jersey Institute of Technology is Newark's premier Science and Technology school. It is known pushing 95 percent of graduates directly into the workforce with occupations earning large salaries.

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