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Consortium with New Jersey Institute of Technology

Adjacent to the Newark campus of Rutgers is New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), which has a student enrollment of approximately 8,300. Rutgers-Newark and NJIT enjoy an exceptionally close and productive consortial relationship within the thriving University Heights section of Newark. Each year the two universities cosponsor a common season of theatrical productions, a joint program of honors colloquia, and a variety of other cultural and social activities. Rutgers-Newark students have library privileges at the Robert W. Van Houten Library of NJIT. They also may enrich their educational experiences by enrolling in NJIT courses in areas not offered at Rutgers-Newark. NJIT courses are cross-linked to the Rutgers-Newark online schedule in order to facilitate the cross-registration process. Joint or cooperative degree programs now exist in several graduate and undergraduate fields, including the bachelor's programsin applied physics, biology, computer science, environmental science, geoscience engineering, history, andinformation systems. As a result of this consortial relationship, the opportunities available to students at both schools are greatly enhanced.

Please refer to the following web sites for more information:

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