New Jersey Institute of Technology 323 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Newark, NJ07102 New Jersey Institute of Technology, also known as NJIT, is a leading science and technology university. It offers 92…More undergraduate and graduate degree programs in six specialized schools, including the College of Engineering, the School of Management and the Albert Dorman Honors College.
New Jersey Institute of Technology 70 Summit Ave, Newark, NJ07112 New Jersey Institute of Technology offer advanced studies in numerous subjects. The school has 92 degree programs in 27…More undergraduate programs and 30 graduate programs. There are four dormitory halls on the campus of NJIT with close access to Newark's light rail and public transportation. Several restaurants are close to and on campus for convenience.
Lenterra 105 Lock St, Newark, NJ07103 Lenterra is an electronics research and development company. It specializes in developing sensor instrumentation used…More for various engineering and industrial applications. The company offices are located in the New Jersey Institute of Technology Enterprise Development Center.
Society Hill Community Center 1 Cornerstone Ln, Newark, NJ07103 The Society Hill Community Center in Newark, NJ is a collective of townhouses that are only a few blocks from Rutgers…More University, the New Jersey Institute of Technology, the University of Medicine & Dentistry, Essex County College and Seton Hall Law School. The Society Hill Community Center offers convenient access to all of the transportation systems into New York City, Jersey City and Hoboken.
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) 323 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Newark, NJ07102 Known as "New Jersey's Science and Technology University," NJIT is a research university with global reach. Located in…More University Heights, the 45-acre campus has added several state-of-the-art buildings in recent years, including Laurel Hall, a student residence designed by top architect Michael Graves. NJIT offers 92 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in six specialized schools: Newark College of Engineering, College of Architecture and Design, School of Management, Albert Dorman Honors College, College of Science and Liberal Arts and College of Computing Sciences. There are more than 70 student organizations, including academic, professional, honors, cultural, spiritual/religious, recreational, service and student leadership.