Building for All at NJIT

An additional 600 beds for residential  students, including 360 for the rising residential Honors College. Five duplex houses for NJIT fraternities and sororities. Dining services, a convenience store and fitness center. It’s all part of the Warren Street Village that’s changing the scenery on campus in a major way.

But that’ not all. The historic Central King Building, formerly Central High School, is being restored and renovated inside and out to provide new classroom and lab space. There will be smart-classroom technology and state-of-the-art telecom and computer networks to serve a growing number of high-achieving young men and women enrolled at NJIT. It will also house a new STEM Center serving students at all levels, including those who come to campus for pre-college programs.

It’s a transformative change of scenery taking place with the support of NJIT’s many generous benefactors — like those who have advanced NJIT NEXT more than $100 million toward the campaign’s $150 million goal.

NJIT NEXT is a critical initiative for NJIT’s future, providing new support for scholarships and fellowships, and endowed chairs and professorships in addition to changing the look of NJIT’s campus.

Be a leader in energizing all aspects of this ongoing change by contributing to NJIT NEXT. Learn more about NJIT NEXT and the other ways of helping to make change happen at