As an educational institution, we have the resources to deliver programs that can benefit everyone in New Jersey. What’s more, we’ve discovered that a majority of our graduates opt to stay in-state and become our next generation of parents, citizens, community leaders, and policy makers—who then make the Garden State a great place to live, work and play.
NJCU is proud to call Jersey City—and the State of New Jersey home. They are major destinations for fun, for culture, for food—and more importantly, access to employment and internship opportunities. Ranked as the most diverse city in the country by WalletHub, Jersey City is home to people from all over the world. And NJCU’s students fit right in. Here, you’ll prepare for a complex and global world by living, learning, working and spending time with people of all ages, places and experiences.
There are many things that make getting your education in New Jersey a great move—including benefitting from low in-state tuition rates at public institutions like ours.
As New Jersey faces the challenges of rebuilding a devastated economy due to the coronavirus crisis, NJCU has partnered with other state public colleges and universities to offer a special program for NJ college students currently attending school out-of-state.
Through this program, students may seamlessly transfer to one of New Jersey’s outstanding public universities like NJCU, benefit from in-state tuition benefits and take part in community-building volunteer activities.
NJCU partners with community colleges throughout the state to enable students to seamlessly complete their bachelor's degrees, often at convenient locations on their college campuses.
Building on our 10-year-plus relationship with Brookdale Community College, we've become an educational partner in the revitalization of Fort Monmouth—and will soon expand our bachelor's and master's degree offerings along the Jersey Shore.
Businesses of all sizes can draw from our resources to gain a competitive edge. Whether needing services, support or training, NJCU can help companies improve the bottom line.