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Reviews 675 total reviews with an average rating of 3.2

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2 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: The cost of food near the university is pretty expensive. The food is alright, but they are very little options especially when a person doesn't have a car to go to new places in a convenient amount of time. The pizzeria cost a lot per slice and most of healthy options are the most expensive.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I personally commute for economic reasons. However, I did dorm during a summer program known as EOP and it was quite a great experience because the residents on our floor became my close friends and we helped each other in our time of need. We had a blast over the summer and shared interesting stories with one another and the whole floor would find out, but it was out of sheer humor.

4 College Sophomore

Greek Life: Unlike other universities, New Jersey Institute of Technology takes their education seriously and create the best quality engineers throughout the country. Therefore our Greek societies, know the struggle of receiving an education at this university and keep parties to the least of their priorities. They help brothers and sisters in fraternities and sororities with tutoring and sessions and also do community service activities to create better connections with people from different walks of life and to create a welcoming atmosphere for newcomers that these societies should not be suggested by their stereotypes.

2 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: college is amazing but in the middle of high crime area

5 College Sophomore

Nightlife: Our frat row is actually really good! we have a great frat row

3 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: we are in newark and it is pretty dangerous so be careful

2 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: the social aspect of this school is terrible but you learn a lot.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: The socail aspect of the school is good and the jobs you can get are great

1 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: The housing is alright. However, only the honors dorm is nice.

1 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: The food is terrible. I lost so much weight eatting it.

4 College Sophomore

Diversity: The diversity is great here. there are so many different types of people.

3 College Sophomore

Majors: there are a lot of majors at the school. However it is hard to finish in 4 years.

4 College Sophomore

Majors: we get good internship opertunites here at njit so its good!

1 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: There are only like two resturants to go to chinese and subway

2 College Sophomore

Academics: Teachers do not speak english. Big classes, Math is tough.

2 College Sophomore

Academics: You cannot take any classes you want to take. Everything is already made.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: I got some scholarship money from NJIT so it is not that bad.

1 College Sophomore

Athletics: I am part of the athletic program and it is terrible. Our facilities are old and we do not get enough money from the school.

1 College Sophomore

Facilities: Too many guys, not enough interaction.

4 College Junior

Campus Dining: Food truck and the dining hall at the place I tend to go to the most for the food is always satisfying to the point the merchants know me and already know what I would order in a daily basis.

2 College Junior

Guys & Girls: In the Architecture building, the ratio from guys to girls is a bit wild that it can be better, yet the work and other activity make it bad for anyone to join.

3 College Junior

Greek Life: Not much is done by the Greek, to be honest in the architecture field, they are rarely seen so I would not know to much about the Greek life.

3 College Junior

Guys & Girls: The students are very social. During the warmer weather the green area of the campus is always packed with people hanging out and playing music. The friendships I have made on campus are very good and well all try to help each other as much as possible.

4 College Junior

Health & Safety: Overall I believe we are a healthy and safe campus. Being that we are in a large city we are always getting notified by email if robberies or things happen near the campus. There are also always campus police officers near each parking lots and also by the train station. I safe to walk around campus at night but you also have to be cautious of your surroundings.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: A lot of take out places, bars, and restaurants around campus. They are either walking distance or a bus or train ride away. We are also 10 mins from NYC by train so it makes it convenient if you want to sometimes go somewhere other than the nearby places.

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Overall ExperienceWhat's This?

Kevin Holton
Hometown
Long Branch, New Jersey
Major
Undecided
Grad Year
2015
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First and foremost, NJIT is a school a student will want to choose if he or she is looking to major in mathematics or sciences. NJIT's math department rivals MIT's mathematics programs, and the school is always doing major research projects and developing new products or more efficient alternatives to what already exists. However, NJIT is, without a doubt, not the school to choose if a student has any inclination toward the humanities or liberal arts, unless he or she is interested in the technological aspect of social science. Outside of the intense curricula, major projects, and high hiring rates for NJIT graduates, there is very little that makes NJIT unique. The athletics department is not impressive; the social life is, for the most part, dead; and the staff does not work nearly as close to its students as professors claim to during the introductory sessions. Other than the school's stellar math and science reputation, the other benefits of NJIT are that the school has a varied food selection for students and that some of the buildings are new and impressive. There are also clubs to explore student interests and activities, though most of these are of a technological orientation, as well.

Overall, NJIT has a great curricula in the sciences, but it is not the school for those with interests extending beyond the realm of technology. While a student can make a tight-knit group of friends in this small student body, students are often so busy studying that social lives are the last thing a student can worry about.

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