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A Class Act, a musical about the career of Tony Award-winning songwriter Edward Kleban, will be presented by the Rutgers-NJIT Theatre Arts Program from Nov. 10-13 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 14 at 2:30 p.m. in the Jim Wise Theatre. Contact Michele Rittenhouse at Rittenhouse@adm.njit.edu or call 973-596-3457. >>
Employees at Verizon Wireless can now earn college-level credits from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) without once setting foot on campus. NJIT has designed an undergraduate certificate program in information technology for Verizon Wireless employees – a program that will not only keep employees abreast of the latest technological advances but allow them to take classes right in their offices.    >>
Beginning this fall, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will establish a new extension site at Gloucester County College (GCG), in Sewell. NJIT and GCC will host an open house on August 12, 4 – 7 p.m., in the GCC Student Services Building, to announce the new site. Residents of the Gloucester County region are invited to the open house, where they can register for two NJIT surveying classes offered this fall. By registering for the classes, students can earn credits towards an NJIT bachelor's degree in Surveying Engineering Technology.  >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) signed an agreement to begin offering classes this fall at Camden County College (CCC). NJIT will offer master's-degree courses in engineering management and computer information sciences at the county college's Rohrer Center, in Cherry Hill. NJIT aims to also offer bachelor's degree programs and other courses from CCC's campuses in Blackwood and Camden. Those programs and courses could be offered as early as the spring semester of 2005, and will allow students to earn NJIT degrees without attending the NJIT campus in Newark. >>
As college acceptances start arriving many parents and their college-bound seniors find themselves in the delightful position of sifting through multiple acceptances. The process often returns them to square one, forcing a period of soul-searching to discern what a school is and what it can offer.       To make this decision easier, Judy Ann Valyo, EdD, dean of freshman studies at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), recently prepared a checklist of 8 signs for parents and prospective college students to consider.  Valyo, a Fort Lee resident, is responsible for guiding new students—both freshman students and transfer students—through the academic process during their first year at NJIT. >>