2000 Pennington Road, Ewing, NJ 08628
The College of New Jersey is a public college located in Ewing, NJ. It is a decentlyrated college, currently ranked one hundred and eightieth in the US, and has an acceptance rate of 50%. It is a medium-sized college with full-time enrollment of 7,064 students. 17% of its graduates get a Bachelor's degree in Business. Additional commonly in-demand fields include Nursing, Biology, and Communications, but there are 40 available offerings to choose from. It has high quality art, education and communications programs, all ranking first in New Jersey. In addition, it places 1st in NJ for best early decision colleges. For students not receiving aid, in-state tuition goes for $17,378 a year, but for applicants from elsewhere, tuition runs $29,679. Before you decide not to apply because of the price, be conscious that around four out of five undergraduates acquire grant or scholarship funding. 87% of The College of New Jersey undergraduates end up earning a degree, wide-eyed and awaiting to find that perfect job. Two years after graduating, graduates make a median income of $49,200. After another four years of work experience, their median yearly wage climbs 18.9% to $58,500, which is 45.9% on top of the national median income. You might also like to be conscious of the fact that it accepts the Common App and you are required to take the SAT or ACT in order to apply. What's more, it does not offer a teacher certification program. Concerning your savings account, be aware that students awarded Pell grants receive $4,538 in monetary aid on average and 17% of undergraduates acquire federal grants. Concerning demographics, 15% of undergraduates are from a household with a yearly income less than $30k and 8% of undergrads come from households with a yearly income between $30k and $48k. With regard to campus life, 13% of male students are in a frat. Finally, two years after receiving their degrees, 96% of graduates are employed and six years after completing their studies, one out of four graduates take home $42,000 or less.
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