Class of 2013


Welcome to the rest of your life!  A lot of challenges lie ahead.  

Fortunately, you are an NJIT alum, so, you have a lot of resources to meet those challenges.

As an NJIT graduate, you are automatically a member Of the Young Alumni Club. You can meet people who can help you in your career and attend all kinds of events; from a seminar on Managing Your Money to the Fall Fall Harvest Festival in the countryside.  CHECK OUT THE YOUNG ALUMNI CLUB.

In case you relocate, there are NJIT Alumni Clubs in chapters all around the county.  Take a look at the NJIT ALUMNI PAGE to see where they are and what kinds of opportunities and services your Alumni Association offers you.

And don't forget Alumni Weekend, where you can find the best party in New Jersey.

If you have any questions, or if you would like to get involved in alumni activities, don't hesitate to call the Office of Alumni Relations.  (973) 596-3441.

And the most important thing:: To stay in the loop, keep us updated on your email address.  Send it to

Read some stories about Class of 2013 students from NJIT's Features site

September 18, 2014
Nichole Letizia found a job that not only pays her bills but also gives her life meaning. What follows is a first-person account of her travels across the country, where she's using her NJIT... read more!
November 20, 2013
Patricia Di Joseph, who recently earned a Ph.D. in transportation from NJIT, was named Student of the Year by the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation, a research center... read more!
July 24, 2013
Kristen Ciandella graduated in May with a degree in Industrial Design and she’s already working as a designer for Hampton Forge in Eatontown, N.J., a company that designs kitchen... read more!
July 18, 2013
Monika Graff is interning this summer at Professional Disposables International (PDI), a manufacturing company that produces pre-moistened wipes.  She’s part of the firm’s... read more!
June 6, 2013
Andrew Deek graduated from NJIT after just three years with a perfect GPA: a 4.0.  He entered NJIT with college credits from high school and while here also took summer classes: that’s... read more!