Albert Dorman Honors College at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) has finalized acceptances for its incoming freshman class. The students from your area who plan to enroll this fall are noted below.
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“This was a highly competitive year. Students accepted to the Albert Dorman Honors College should be extremely proud to be a part of this talented group of scholars,” said Joel S. Bloom, EdD, dean of the Dorman Honors College and vice president for academic and student services.
Albert Dorman Honors College at NJIT consists of more than 600 exceptional students preparing to become leaders in their fields. The average SAT score in reading and math is over 1300 (This year’s class is 1324.) Students are not only gifted in academics, but also excel in the arts, sports, entrepreneurship, or other areas. Honors scholars may study in any of the other colleges of NJIT, which include engineering, architecture, management, the sciences, liberal arts, and computing sciences. Honors students are selected on the strength of superior high school performance, test scores, extracurricular activities, and a personal interview. All accepted students receive merit-based scholarship packages, often supplemented by university, corporate, or endowed grants, which cover all of their tuition expenses.