NJCU is an active, intellectually engaging campus supported by a number of university centers aligned to diverse student needs and interests. From promoting small business in NJ to providing online academic assistance and child care, NJCU has the student support services to help each member of the NJCU community along the way.
The University Service Center is a one-stop location for general enrollment and auxiliary-related business transactions, from University photo ID cards and vending machine refunds to parking and shuttle information.
Established to help students attain the necessary skills, strategies, and behaviors to improve their academic standing and to identify appropriate career objectives, the Center for Student Success offers peer tutoring in entry-level courses, workshops on academic success, and referrals to academic departments and support programs.
The Virtual Student Center is an online guide for academic assistance, information on majors, student support services, and learning communities.
The Career Development Center is a source for career library materials, computerized guidance, employment job listings, career fairs, graduate school information, and employer information services.
The fully-licensed Children’s Learning Center provides childcare services for NJCU undergraduate and graduate students, employees, and alumni.
The Counseling Center offers NJCU students free confidential counseling for personal, academic, and vocational concerns.
The Health and Wellness Center offers free walk-in services for NJCU students by doctors from the Family Practice Division of the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey. No insurance needed.
Named after Dr. M. Jerry Weiss, distinguished service professor of communications, emeritus, the Center showcases recently-published children’s and young-adult books; promotes and studies children’s literature, illustration, and pedagogy; and hosts conferences, lectures, seminars, and workshops.
The Lee Hagan Africana Studies Center conducts research and offers lectures, conferences, seminars, exhibitions, and performances focused on issues relating to the African Diaspora.
The Speicher-Rubin Women’s Center offers programs and services developed to help women better their position in society and to improve the quality of their personal lives through education.
The Business Development Incubator (BDI) facilitates the formation and development of technology-based entrepreneurial ventures with higher-skill, higher-wage jobs, helping them survive and grow during their critical start-up period.
The New Jersey City University Small Business Development Center (NJCUSBDC) provides confidential business counseling and training for aspiring entrepreneurs, start-up businesses, and existing businesses that are seeking ways to grow and improve their business operations. NJCUBSDC focuses on job creation for the local communities and wealth creation for its owners.
The Center for Teaching and Learning cultivates professional development for all NJCU faculty and promotes a collaborative culture of exemplary teaching where faculty are dedicated to continual progress toward excellence. The Center maintains a lending library of educational books, articles, and videotapes as well as a website that provides a menu of services and is a repository for useful information.