New Jersey Institute of Technology is the state’s public polytechnic university and is located in the University Heights neighborhood of downtown Newark, NJ. NJIT offers 126 programs across its six specialized schools for a population of more than 11,000 students. It also hosts 90+ specialized laboratory and research centers, as well as a Makerspace where students, faculty, and industry peers can collaborate, experiment, and build. For students looking beyond the college walls, NJIT offers study abroad and internship programs, as well as community service and student leadership opportunities. Outside of the classroom, students can take part in Greek life, travel 20 minutes by train to NYC, or hang out in NJIT’s Campus Center, which features a gaming room.
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Not too shabby. Its definitely on a solid improvement track, meaning every single year is going to be better than the next with fresh new buildings, policies, and more clubs and things to do on campus. Good location.
Adel from Newark, NJ
It has great opportunities for an Engineering Major. There are many clubs, societies to be enrolled and not only think about homework's, test or quizzes. The most important thing is that NJIT thinks about students first and then about money.
Juanita from Englewood, NJ
From what I have come across, the campus is cut off from the rest of Newark. NJIT does an excellent job seperating its institution from the craziness of Newark. I am very excited to attend and graduate with a masters is architecture and a duel degree in civil engineering.
Brandon from Stanhope, NJ
NJIT is a fantastic university. It will take a year to get used to all of the things that happen on campus; however, once you're set, everything goes smoothly. Plus, they've got some great food that is served here!
Ayrton from Newark, NJ
The courses and subjects are tough but the key to understanding the lessons is to really pay attention and of course, take notes. The environment and social life is not that bad compare to what others say. Overall, I do recommend it for those who aspire to work in the technology and design world!
Vincess Jasmine from North Plainfield, NJ
Great Campus with excellent professors.
Drew from Ocean, NJ
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.
Semaj from Irvington, NJ
New Jersey Institute of Technology is one of those schools where you must know your material. The school provides excellent programs that will help you in most situations. One of the better schools in the country.