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The College of New Jersey

Ewing, NJ

The College of New Jersey is a public, coeducational liberal arts focused university with professional schools in Nursing, Engineering, Business and Education located in the suburban Ewing Township area of New Jersey.

A nationally recognized, highly selective institution known for its commitment to academic excellence, The College of New Jersey was founded in 1855 and represents the absolute best in public higher education being recognized as one of the most selective public institutions in the country.

TCNJ is devoted to offering a wide array of specialized academic programs rooted .....

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Alexander Capritti Is my school's profile required with my application?
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Jaryd Frankel Alexander, I'm not sure what you mean by this. Message me to elaborate please!
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Mykayla Reevey I love the School, I am interested I'm the nursing program, but I do not think my SAT scores are good enough
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Jaryd Frankel Hey Mykayla! You can always take your SAT's again, many students retake them another two times. Also, keep in mind that when making admissions decisions, our committee looks at the whole package of each applicant - SAT scores are just one component!
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of Applicants Admitted

Admitted Freshmen Ranked

  • 94% in Top 25% in H.S. Class
  • 66% in Top 10% in H.S. Class
  • 99% in Top 50% in H.S. Class
  • Jan 15, 2014
  • Nov 15, 2013
  • Nov 15, 2013

Test Score Ranges

25th percentile to 75th percentile
  • 1690-2000 SAT Total
  • 550-650 SAT Reading
  • 580-680 SAT Math
  • 560-670 SAT Writing
  • 25-30 ACT Composite


Annual tuition, fees, books, supplies, room and board
  • $10,102
  • $20,254
  • $2,724
  • $1,200

Will I Like It

7,093number of undergraduates
  • public
  • suburban
  • 13:1
  • 48% Women