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New Jersey Institute of Technology

Newark, NJ 4-Year Public
Acceptance Rate69%
Acceptance Rate69%

NJIT FAQ

New Jersey Institute of Technology has rolling admissions. Colleges with rolling admissions evaluate applications as they are received versus waiting to evaluate all applications after a hard deadline. Schools will continue to evaluate applications until they’ve filled all the slots for their incoming class.
New Jersey Institute of Technology is a Public school. Public colleges receive some government funding while private schools rely on tuition and endowment for funding. Private schools can have higher tuition, but may also offer more generous financial aid packages than public schools. Public and private schools may also vary in size, environment, and types of majors and instruction offered.
New Jersey Institute of Technology is a 4-Year college. Most students take 4 years to graduate. Four-year schools typically result in bachelor's degrees. Two-year schools typically result in associate degrees.
New Jersey Institute of Technology is located in Newark, NJ.

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Quick Facts

Total Enrollment

11,901

Campus Setting

Urban

Acceptance Rate

69%

Tuition and Fees

In State

Unknown

Out-of-State

Unknown

Fall Freshmen
Application Deadline

Mar 1
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