New Jersey Schools – 4 Year Colleges

New Jersey – Four Year Colleges* – 2015 Quick Facts

New Jersey - 4 Year Schools *LocationUnder Grads Enrolled In-State
Tuition
 Out-of-State
Tuition
Annual Room & Board% with FA from SchoolAverage FA from School% with FA -All SourcesAverage FA - all SourcesMath SAT 25%Math SAT 75%ACT Comp 25%ACT Comp 75%Adm RateGrad Rate
Bloomfield CollegeBloomfield     1,756       26,750
     26,750       11,100
94%        7,254
95%      18,428
39047055%36%
Caldwell CollegeCaldwell     1,354       30,050
     30,050       11,700
96%      12,521
97%      19,640
420540162564%53%
Centenary CollegeHackettstown     1,524       30,942
     30,942       10,420
99%      12,704
99%      17,760
410550182391%57%
College of New JerseyEwing     6,482       15,024
     25,637       11,677
45%        7,083
52%      10,110
58068043%84%
College of Saint ElizabethMorristown        560       31,095
     31,095       12,744
99%      15,911
99%      25,492
37048048%56%
Drew UniversityMadison     1,357       45,364
     45,364       12,302
96%      22,610
96%      26,292
500610222777%69%
Fairleigh Dickinson University-FlorhamMadison     2,234       38,236
     38,236       12,700
99%      20,136
99%      25,230
46057078%54%
Fairleigh Dickinson University-MetroTeaneck     2,693       35,880
     35,880       12,708
88%      18,875
94%      25,611
45055073%47%
Felician CollegeLodi     1,390       30,605
     30,605       11,650
97%      11,103
98%      21,295
380500152388%46%
Georgian Court UniversityLakewood     1,299       30,998
     30,998       10,596
91%      13,522
96%      20,854
40051078%51%
Kean UniversityUnion     9,283       11,244
     17,653       12,200
14%        2,649
55%        7,263
41051080%46%
Monmouth UniversityWest Long Branch     4,370       32,310
     32,310       11,798
98%      10,270
98%      13,531
490590222578%61%
Montclair State UniversityMontclair    13,879       11,540
     20,254       14,010
10%        3,548
49%        8,174
45054065%63%
New Jersey City UniversityJersey City     4,689       10,852
     19,424       10,604
9%        4,917
78%        9,296
42052041%32%
New Jersey Institute of TechnologyNewark     5,923       15,648
     29,288       13,280
47%      11,097
71%      13,545
550660222965%58%
Pillar CollegeNewark        419       18,576
     18,576 75%        1,484
75%      11,518
33%
Princeton UniversityPrinceton     5,275       41,820
     41,820       13,620
60%      32,717
60%      34,199
71080031357%97%
Rabbinical College of AmericaMorristown        212       10,700
     10,700         7,300
20%        5,034
40%        8,447
100%16%
Ramapo College of New JerseyMahwah     5,044       13,388
     22,038       11,550
33%        9,521
45%      12,155
510610202655%73%
Richard Stockton CollegeGalloway     7,170       12,568
     19,089       11,164
45%        6,183
59%        9,602
500600202462%65%
Rider UniversityLawrenceville     3,791       36,830
     36,830       13,330
97%      15,493
97%      19,146
470580192572%66%
Rowan UniversityGlassboro    10,499       12,616
     20,570       11,406
44%        6,972
57%      10,382
51064059%70%
Rutgers University-CamdenCamden     3,990       13,683
     27,978       11,438
47%        4,028
67%        9,693
48058059%56%
Rutgers University-New BrunswickNew Brunswick    32,411       13,813
     28,591       11,749
49%        5,883
52%      12,107
57069060%80%
Rutgers University-NewarkNewark     5,943       13,297
     28,075       12,509
35%        4,226
63%      11,313
50060854%68%
Saint Peter's UniversityJersey City     2,165       33,232
     33,232       13,996
99%      16,841
100%      25,515
420510162154%53%
Seton Hall UniversitySouth Orange     5,348       36,926
     36,926       12,254
96%      17,158
97%      20,519
520620222779%64%
Stevens Institute of TechnologyHoboken     2,842       45,366
     45,366       14,214
97%      24,314
97%      26,825
640720273238%79%
William Paterson UniversityWayne     7,883       12,244
     19,920       10,920
30%        6,050
62%        8,462
47056068%50%

 

* Non-profit 4 year schools with undergraduate enrollment of 200 or more.