College does change an individual, and I certainly am no exception. I went to TCNJ expecting to gain better writing skills and become immersed in learning about the journalistic world. In actuality, the real learning came from outside the classroom (may sound a tad cliche' but alas it is true). I came out of freshman year having learned valuable social skills, talents and how to live on my own. Most importantly, I learned to believe in myself. Oh, and I did learn about journalism.
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While The College of New Jersey is considered one of the top public colleges on the East Coast, I've found the college to provide the same level of academic quality as a community college. That being said, the college has a beautiful campus and most professors are very approachable and friendly. Though I've had my share of problems finding a friend in this predominantly Caucasian and cliquish community, I've enjoyed my time in the English and Women and Gender Studies department!» Read More
The college of New Jersey is great medium-sized school; perfect for those who care very much for their grades but also want the college experience. The location may not be ideal but the campus is set-up so that you never have to leave if you don't want to. Plus, with a car, a 15 minute drive will take to a plethera wonderful places» Read More
TCNJ has a broad range of majors which supports a large supply of diffeent individuals with personalities of all types; this allows for a rich learning enviroment. The resources offered for jobs upon graduation are great for each and every major, and the conenctions specifically in the school of nursing are awesome. The social aspects of TCNJ are great with their greek life on campus.» Read More