NJCU’s Alternative Pathways Plan for Retrenched Faculty Featured by ROI-NJ

April 19, 2023
NJCU Hepburn Hall theatre entrance

JERSEY CITY, N.J. | New Jersey City University (NJCU)’s alternate pathways to teaching plan, introduced in a campus-wide email on April 17, 2023 by Donna Adair Breault, Ph.D., Acting Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs, was detailed in an article by ROI-NJ, a statewide leading business publication.

The article, published on April 18, is entitled “How NJCU is helping outgoing faculty train to become high school teachers — for free” and discusses how the university is allowing faculty who will be retrenched as a result of the FY2023 financial crisis at NJCU to take its alternate pathways to teaching programs — tuition-free — a move that could help high schools as New Jersey continues to face a teacher shortage.

Read the entire article here: https://www.njcu.edu/about/news/2023/04/opportunity-faculty-facing-retrenchment

About NJCU:
New Jersey City University is an institution of higher learning dedicated to the development of our students, our city, our communities, and our state. We are a game-changing force for our students and have been recognized as one of the top colleges in the nation improving their upward economic mobility. Whether enrolled in one of our undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral programs at our three locations, NJCU students have access to an affordable, diverse environment, and an exceptionally supportive faculty. This prepares them to go on to become the next generation of workers and leaders who improve their communities and the State of New Jersey.


Ira Thor
, Associate Vice President for University Communications | ithor@njcu.edu | 201-200-3301