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  • Educational Leadership New Student Orientation
    Monday, October 27 at 4:30 pm
    in Rossey 513

    Join us for an orientation for new students enrolled in the MA in Educational Leadership and Principal and Supervisor Certification Programs. Meet faculty and other new students and get your questions answered. Please RSVP to 201-200-3493 or kwilliams2@njcu.edu.


    Educational Technology Doctoral Reception

    Join us for a reception for the Ed.D. in Educational Technology Leadership on November 11, 2014 at 6 p.m. Meet our faculty and current students and learn about our courses, program, tuition and financial aid. See the invitation for more information and RSVP to edd@njcu.edu


    Join the America Reads Tutoring Project!

    Do you:
    Like to work with children? Enjoy reading? Value diversity?
     

    Want to make a difference in the lives of others?

    AMERICA READS is a way to get paid while serving the NJCU community. This work-study program places you in a Jersey City Public School where you will work 10-15 hours/week helping students advance their literacy skills. No educational experience is needed.
     

    AMERICA READS REQUIREMENTS:
    -MUST be federal work-study eligible
    -Ability to work 10-15 hours (on a regular weekly schedule (created in conjunction with your schedule.
    -Willingness to work in either Jersey City Public School # 34, Jersey City Public School # 38, or A. Harry Moore School. All are less than a 10 minute walk from campus.
    -A commitment to serve your community and the students within.
    -Attend 1-2 training sessions throughout each semester.

    For more information contact:
    Dr. Michelle Rosen
    201.200.3325
     


    Summer/Fall 2014 Registration 

    The summer and fall 2014 undergraduate and graduate master course lists are available online at the University website and on Gothic Net. The course listing will periodically be updated online to include new course additions and course cancellations.

    Early academic advisement and registration for continuing students begins Tuesday, March 25.  To make an appointment to speak with an advisor, please contact your department.  Office hours for department faculty are available here.

    NOTE: All students will have an advisement hold on their account until they have seen their academic advisor.  Some classes do fill up quickly, so you are advised to register for classes as early as possible.


     Attention Education Majors! 

    Interested in joining the NJCU chapter of Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education and have at least a 3.5 GPA? If you have any questions pertaining to the honor society, please contact Dr. Basanti Chakraborty or Dr. Regina Adesanya. For general info. please contact Ms. Norma McCloud-Durant.