**NJIT now accepts electronic transcripts via Naviance/Docufide**
To learn more about the qualifications of this year's freshman class:
- Look at the 2013 freshman profile. (PDF)
- Review admissions criteria.
- Check out what's new in the College of Architecture and Design
- AP Credit Policy
- Art + Design newsletter
Learn about our exciting new majors:
Business and Information Systems
Computing and Business
Law, Technology and Culture
Medical Informatics Technology
Theater Arts and Technology
Future Employment: The job market is looking up for new college graduates, especially in engineering, computing and business. Read an article from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Tuition and Financial Aid: Although there is a lot of growth and innovation occurring on campus, tuition is still affordable and there are many financial aid opportunities.
About eighty percent of students are offered and accept some form of financial aid at NJIT. Through scholarships and grants, loans and work-study, NJIT students are getting an exceptional education at affordable rates.
Undocumented students may apply for in-state tuition under the NJ Dream Act. The application is available at- NJ Dream Act.
Additional Programs for Freshmen:
- Albert Dorman Honors College
- Educational Opportunity Program
- Advanced Placement Credit
- Guttenberg Scholarship
Visiting the Campus: We encourage you and your students to visit our campus. See the campus visit page for a schedule of our Open Houses, weekly tours and special tour dates.
Applying for Admission: The application deadlines are March 1 for the fall semester and November 15 for the spring. NJIT uses rolling admissions, but we recommend applying early! Students will be notified of their status within three weeks of completion of their applications.
Students who are interested in admission can apply here.
Questions? We're happy to answer them! Contact us.