Fairleigh Dickinson University operates two campuses in New Jersey, a metropolitan campus in Teaneck, and a suburban campus in Florham, which makes FDU the largest private university in the state. FDU offers a Two Worlds degree programs, which allow students to complete two years of school at the metropolitan campus and two years at a sister school in countries such as Spain, Costa Rica, South Korea, or Israel. The metropolitan campus is in close proximity to New York City and many students choose to commute to the campus from home.
The Metropolitan campus at first glance may see a bit confined, but it actually full of resources. The staff is eager to help you find a solution to any problem. The campus allows for a close-knit feel and a common friendliness.
Fairleigh Dickinson has been a relaxing yet rewarding experience so far. On average, professors and other university staff have been both efficient and highly cooperative, and I've had no qualms over course material or its effectiveness. Attending the school may be a little on the expensive side, but I've had more than enough reason to stay.