New Jersey Institute of Technology is a public polytechnic university situated in Newark, New Jersey. Founded in 1881, it was ranked number one nationally in Student Upward Mobility by Forbes magazine.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- New Jersey Institute of Technology combines six specialized schools that collectively offer more than 125 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
- The 45 acre campus of NJIT is located just 20 minutes away (by train) from Manhattan, in the University Heights district of downtown Newark.
- More than 2000 students live on campus in 4 different residential halls at NJIT.
New Jersey Institute of Technology Admission Process
Students can apply online through The Common Application or directly through the university website.
|Requirements||Official Transcripts; GPA|
|English Proficiency Test||TOEFL/IELTS|
|Additional Requirements||Letter of Recommendation (1-3), Statement of purpose|
|Application Deadlines||Regular admission- March 1; Early action- November 15, December 15|
Cost and Scholarships
Cost of Attendance
|Room and Board||$13,600|
|Books and Supplies||$2,900|
|Additional Indirect Costs||$3,900|
Total cost of attendance for non-state resident undergraduates staying on campus is $53,150 per year. Cost of attendance for graduate students and students living off-campus will vary.
- 72% of the students at NJIT receive some sort of financial aid and a total of $12 million is spent by the university in form of financial assistance to students every year.
- Types of financial aid at NJIT are: Scholarships, Grants, Loans, Student Employment and Military & Veteran Benefits.
- International students are not provided federal aid. However, they can still apply for educational loans and international scholarships.