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DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL.Quite BrightArchitecture
DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL. You are simply a number and a paycheck. They litterally do not care about you. The staff sends you in a million directions to get an answer because they dont want to deal with you. They seriously just show up because they get paid to. Not a single staff member besides teachers give a shit about ANYTHING but their paycheck. They will not help you. They lost an semester of my payments, causing an entire semester of my work to just "vanish" my grades included, not even a reccord of me enrolling was visible on my transcript anymore however suddenly the summer class i withdrew from appears on my transcript with a grade. AGAIN I WITHDREW FROM THIS CLASS IN PERSON IN THE REGISTRARS OFFICE THE DAY AFTER REGISTRATION BEGAIN.
1st Year Female -- Class 2017
Faculty Accessibility: B+, Scholastic Success: F
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Ranked #27 nationwide on payscale's return on investment (ROI)
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: B
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Ok this is a review for everyone thinkingAverageArchitecture
Ok this is a review for everyone thinking going here is only good for the job after college. You're hopelessly wrong. Every single review I have ever read has been wrong about living and going to NJIT in general. Let me begin, NJIT is 100% a party school. students from schools all over the tri-state go to our FRAT PARTIES. We have like 5 houses and Rutgers Newark has 2. But next year the new Greek Village will be done along with the new residence hall and dining hall. There will be 10 or more new frat houses, some frats that never had a house are getting houses and sororities are finally getting houses, a first for NJIT. So ladies don't think there's nothing for you to do. Parties don't only go on at the frats, who btw always have beer for you and a professional dj and last night a live band, it may be a charge to get in but the girls there are hot i promise you, and they will get with you, they're just a tough code to crack. and they dance insane. Every frat has a dance floor a pong table a dj booth and a bar. They're our clubs basically. I go to bout 2 parties every single weekend plus ppl throw parties in the residence halls. I'm a freshman and i've personally thrown and bartended at 3 parties and its only the first semester. And they have the residence halls setup as close to an equal guy to girl ratio you're gonna get. Many hot girls here on the sports teams. (basically the only hot girls that live on campus are on sports teams). And no matter what kind of person you are you will make friends, and you will have fun. NJIT is too underrated anyone who says theres nothing to do just doesnt go out and wants to make others as miserable as them. Next year there will be a lot of new nice dorms from the new residence hall which will be right next to the new greek village so you'll always know if theres a party going on. If you're actually looking to have fun, then you will have fun. Now never listen to a single review bad about NJIT again and believe it, I am only bored enough to write this now because its finals week and its quiet cuz ppl are studying. All different races will have frats, the latinos the black frats the indians are all getting one. every night there is a party, theres never one party, they always compete for parties but also they always charge unless you know ppl like me, which can easily happen. The only reason anyone would hate this place is the amount of work, the teachers, the campus, and because there are so many commuters here, so we don't even know the girls that go here that are hot but we have never seen cuz we have no class with and he doesnt live on campus. SO GIRLS READING THIS MOVE TO NJIT YOU WONT REGRET IT. So yea us HIGHlanders we party. thats the point of this review
1st Year Male -- Class 2017
Education Quality: A+, Campus Aesthetics: D+
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