The College of New Jersey has received a record number of applications at more than 13,000.
TCNJ said Monday it has seen a 6 percent increase in applications this year, marking the fifth straight year applications numbers are up.
“Our outcomes, such as four-year graduation and retention rates, have piqued the interest of strong students both in and out of state,” Lisa Angeloni, vice president for enrollment management, said in a statement. “We also know that our location has been attractive to prospects nationally and internationally.”
Located in Ewing Township, TCNJ said it also established new highs for out-of-state, international and multicultural applicants for the 2018 academic year.