Admitted Students Day

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Are You Ready to Embrace 
the Knight Life at NJCU? 


Join us on campus at Admitted Students Day, for an exclusive celebration of your admission to New Jersey City University! Admitted Students Day is not your typical campus visit–you’ll get to experience college life in action, as current students and faculty showcase the opportunities that make them proud to be part of the NJCU Community. 

Explore the campus, see where you will take classes, live, study, eat, and build lifelong friendships. Plus, tap into a variety of campus resources to support your growth and success. Your future is here!

Let's plan for your college success!

  • Experience a day in the life as a Gothic Knight 
  • Connect with your professors & future classmates 
  • Learn more about your major & career opportunities
  • Explore campus clubs, organizations & resources
  • Get information about Financial Aid 
  • Get your NJCU gear! 

9:00 a.m.




9:00–9:30 a.m.
Arrival, Registration, Check In, and Morning Social
Music Dance & Theatre Band: Tokens
Band Members: Jag Sace, Jaime Chirinos, Jackie Logan, Julio Vazquez, Nick Geosits
Hepburn Hall

9:30–10:00 a.m.
Greetings and Introductions
Dr. Donna Breault, Interim Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs
Graduating Seniors: Ruth Diegue, Student Government President; Sydney Millevoi, Music, Dance, and Theatre
Alumni Speaker: Cassandra Gomez '16, New Jersey State Human Services Police Officer
Andrés Acebo, Interim President
Margaret Williams Theatre, Hepburn Hall, 2nd Floor

10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Academic Experience Sessions
Explore the campus with your future professors and classmates while gaining a hands-on understanding
of your major, general course opportunities, and expectations from current students and alumni.

Various locations:

  • Arts: (Visual Arts Building, B08) Department designated studios: Art Therapy; Ceramics; Drawing and Painting; Fine Arts and Crafts; Graphic Arts and Design; Illustration; Photography; Printmaking
  • Business: Accounting (Karnoutsos Hall, Room 116); Finance and Data Analytics (Karnoutsos Hall, Room 114); Management (Hepburn Hall, Room 202); Marketing (Science Building, Room 202) 
  • Education: (Science Building, Room 150)
  • Humanities: (Karnoutsos Hall, Room 115) Department designated spaces: African American Studies; English; History; Philosophy; Religion; Women and Gender Studies; World Languages and Cultures
  • Media Arts: (Fries Hall, Room 146) Department designated studios: Cinema and Media Studies; Digital/Animation/New Media; Film; Sound; Video/Digital Media
  • Music, Dance, and Theatre: (Rossey Hall, Room 101)
  • Professional Studies: Fire Science (Professional Studies Building, Conference Room 200); Fitness, Exercise and Sports (Science Building, Room 417); Criminal Justice (Science Building, Room 102-103); Cyber and National Security (Professional Studies Building; Security Lab, Room 451)
  • Social Sciences: (Science Building, Rooms 104-105) Department designated spaces: Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies; Political Science; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology
  • STEM: Computer Science and Math (Karnoutsos Hall, Room 428); Biology and Chemistry (Science Building, Room 418)

11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Student Life, Resource Exploration, and Lunch
Faculty, staff and student representatives from academic programs, departments, support offices,
and student organizations will be available to connect.
Gilligan Student Union (GSUB)

12:00–12:30 p.m.  
Career Connections: Room 216

12:00–12:30 p.m.  
Financial Aid: Room 129

12:00 p.m.  
Honors Panel: Room 217

11:30 a.m., 12:00 p.m., and 12:30 p.m.  
Campus Tours Available: Admissions Tour Table