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News and Events


    Nursing Information Sessions:
    RN-BSN and Accelerated BSN Programs


    Thursday, December 4th

    RN-BSN and Accelerated BSN

    Time:   5:00pm  



    Wall Campus
    800 Monmouth Blvd.
    Wall, NJ 07719

    For more information and reservations:
    Contact: Jacqueline Mattiello, jmattiello@njcu.edu or 732-280-7090 x6116

    Communiversity Information Session


    Spring 2015

    Time:   4:30 pm to 6:30 pm



    Brookdale Community College
    Lincroft Campus
    Navesink I, II, & III 

    For more information and reservations:
    Contact: Denise Serpico, dserpico@njcu.edu or 732-280-7090 x6011 

    Jersey City Information Session



    Time:   5:00pm 



    Gothic Lounge
    New Jersey City University
    Jersey City, NJ

    For more information and reservations:
    Contact: Lakeesha Conyers, lconyers1@njcu.edu or 201-200-3157

    The School Nurse's Office: A Bully-Free Zone

    Article by Debra Reinhold, RN-BC, and a NJCU BSN Candidate

    Posted on April 2, 2013 at 6:24 pm, by Middletown Patch at http://middletown-nj.patch.com/blog_posts/the-school-nurses-office-a-bully-free-zone 

    Bullying has become a common topic in the news, and a hot topic in many school districts. It is occurring at all grade levels across the country.

    Bullying occurs when one person has an imbalance of power over another, and repeated negative or aggressive behaviors are directed towards the victim. Bullying is not a one-time occurrence, it happens repeatedly over time. Unfortunately, bullying is happening in our schools on a daily basis. 

    What can we do to recognize the symptoms, or better yet, create effective programs to decrease the number of bullying incidents? Who can we turn to in the school system to provide support and guidance?  Studies have proven that bullying can have lasting negative effects to one's self esteem, increased rates of eating disorders, physical complaints, difficulty forming relationships (even into adulthood) and increased rates of depression and suicide. Read more 

    NJCU Nursing Faculty Honored

    Dr. Gloria Boseman of Orange, a professor of nursing at New Jersey City University, was among 19 nurses honored at the 2012 “Diva & Don Gala” of the Institute for Nursing, the charitable affiliate of the New Jersey State Nurses Association, held on Wednesday, October 24.
    A health professional who has delivered care to underserved and underrepresented urban communities for more than 30 years, Dr. Boseman is an honorary member of the international nursing sorority, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc., and a charter member of the Kappa Eta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society.  She has been the recipient of many awards, including a 2009 Nurse Recognition Award from the New Jersey League for Nursing, an affiliate of the National League for Nursing, and ones from Howard University, the Young Women’s Christian Association of Essex and West Hudson, The National Council of Negro Women, New Jersey City University, the National Society of Leadership and Success, the NAACP, and Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.

    A member of the NJCU faculty since 1978, Dr. Boseman has also served the University as chair of the Department of Nursing and interim dean of professional studies and education.

    Dr. Boseman holds a Ph.D. in nursing research from Rutgers, an M.S. from the University of Maryland, and a B.S.N. from Howard University.  She has also completed postgraduate courses at Seton Hall University in Administration and Higher Education.

    NJCU Accelerated BSN Students Featured in the News

    Students from the New Jersey City University Accelerated BSN program were recently featured in the American Diabetes Association- New Jersey News. Community Health students participated in the Save Latin America's Family Health Festival at Park Elementary School in Newark, New Jersey on June 9. The newsletter features Senator Bob Menedez (D-New Jersey) visiting the Por Tu Familia booth to take the diabetes risk test with the assistance of a nursing students from the New Jersey City University.  Photos of this event can be seen on Facebook