As one of only three public research universities in New Jersey, teaching and applied research are at the heart of our mission to advance the public good of the state and its people.
Ranked one of the best four-year colleges by The Princeton Review.
More than 8,200 undergraduates and graduate students from 38 states and 112 countries.
US News & World Report named NJIT as the nation’s eighth most diverse institution of higher education.
Awards approximately 2,000 degrees annually from baccalaureate through Ph.D.
More active math-biologists in a math department than any other university in the country.
Recipient of almost $70 million in research grants from the National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation over the last decade.
75 patents held by university and 137 new patent applications pending.
Nationally recognized in applied mathematics and architecture, with wireless communications, advanced engineered particulate materials, nanotechnology, and neural engineering targeted as strategic priorities.
Educational leader in five of top ten highest paying majors for college graduates.
25 percent of New Jersey’s tech workforce hold degrees from NJIT.
Ranked in top ten nationally in math, information science, and as engineering specialty school by Academic Analytics.
More than 98 percent of (416) full-time faculty hold the highest degree possible in their fields.
Vital source of talent for nation’s highest concentration of pharmaceutical and medical technology companies.