NJIT Class of 2002


Gee, too bad we didn’t have any fun at our 5th reunion on NJIT Alumni Weekend.

To see more photos of us not having any fun, CLICK HERE and check out the “After Party” and the “Dinner, Dancing and Mayhem” sections.  

Those of us who came for the festivities on May 19th had a wonderful time.  It was a great party with terrific food, great music, and tons of energy.

Besides having fun, we learned that our alma mater still has a lot to give us.  One of the values we received with our diploma was an opportunity to connect with other alumni who are successful in their (our) fields.  It was a great evening for networking as well as for partying.  And it turns out our older alumni really know how to do both!

We will be invited to this event every year.  We strongly advise you not to miss it. 

There are also other opportunities to stay connected, and in this job market, you can’t afford not to.  Go to www.njit.edu/alumni and look at the kinds of events that are available to you.  Look especially at the Young Alumni Club if you live anywhere near Newark; check out the regional clubs if you don’t. 

By the way…Some alumni have said that they feel more connected to a class different from their “official” one, usually because they graduated a semester or two later than the friends they were at school with. If you or any of your friends feel that way, please send an email to alumni@njit.edu and let us know what your “preferred” class is.

The next Alumni Weekend is May 19th, 2013.  Mark your calendar and prepare to have a great time.

See you then.

The Class of ’02 Committee

Jerome Allen
Pierre Asselin
Ralph Jimenez
Joseph Nasry  (“Naz”)
Abayomi Soyeju (“Yomi”)

Read some stories about Class of 2002 students from NJIT's Features site

October 9, 2014
Tom Bury is the construction manager on “Restaurant Impossible,” a popular reality show that airs on the Food Network. On each episode of the show, Bury must rebuild a restaurant in... read more!
October 4, 2007
D.J. Kehoe began playing videogames when he was 8 years old. He had a simple computer -- a Commodore 64 -- on which he played endless games. His early infatuation with the games, and his... read more!