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The staff doesn't care. The financial aid, registars office, etc. are extremely unorganized and lose everything. The only thing positive about NJIT is the distance from NYC. The stress caused here is not by the school work but by the independence given to you and organization that the staff lacks. I recommend any other school this one is not worth the money and stress.
Perceived Campus Safety: B+, Education Quality: F
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My #1 complaint about NJIT is that NOBODY here knows how to speak English - neither the professors, the administration, nor the students. There are so many grammatical and spelling errors in course syllabi, lab manuals, web pages and research papers that I don't know how how they even get approved. When you look at some of the administration pages on the site (the bursar's in particular), you wonder if a 3rd grader wrote them. It's beyond embarrassing and I can't believe that nobody does anything about it.
Education Quality: C, Collaboration/Competitive: F
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if you want to continue your highschool education, come here. if you want to go to college, go elsewhere. This place suffers the typical tech school death syndrome, aka the best parts of people die when they come here. this city will kill you, either physically or your soul will die.
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