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More than 700 Students Graduate from NJIT

More than 700 students fulfilled their credits and graduated in January, 2006 from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).

Although there is no winter graduation ceremony, the students are invited to attend NJIT’s spring ceremony on May 18, 2006.

(EDITORS: Attached is a PDF document with NJIT graduates sorted by hometown and major. The below key explains the abbreviations used in the major’s column).

Key to abbreviations (pdf)

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