New Jersey Institute of Technology

New Jersey Institute of Technology


The New Jersey Institute of Technology we know today has a rich history with its beginnings developing from the industrial age. Like many of the port cities around the world, the Newark of the late 19th century was a thriving industrial center. Its factories churned out thread, metals, paints and leather goods. In Newark, Thomas Edison set the stage at his Ward Street factory for his later astounding achievements, and Edison rival Edward Weston established the first factory in the United States for commercial production of dynamo electric machines.

On March 24, 1880, the Essex County Assemblyman in the state legislature introduced “An Act to Provide for the Establishment of Schools of Industrial Education.” The Newark Board of Trade sponsored the bill. The Act established three schools of industrial education: one in Newark, one in Trenton, and one in Hoboken. The first Board of Trustees met on July 1, 1884. The Newark Technical School opened on Monday, February 9, 1885 with 88 students who attended despite a terrible snowstorm.

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  • Phone: 973-596-3300

  • Location: New Jersey, United States

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Standardized Test Requirements

All applicant must submit SAT subject test result.

% of freshman submitting SAT scores: 92%

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Cost of attendance

Tuition and fees$29,288
Room and board$12,614
Books and supplies$3,000
Estimated personal expenses$1,500
Total Cost$40,246

Application Fee
USD 70


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