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NJIT applications increase by 12 percent

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Applications from out-of-state students grew by 33 percent.
Applications from out-of-state students grew by 33 percent. - ()

The New Jersey Institute of Technology saw its undergraduate applications rate increase by 12 percent between 2017 and 2018.

NJIT released figures showing that undergraduate applications also grew by 33 percent among out-of-state students. The average SAT scores for 2017 applicants was 1227 out of 1600 and those for 2018 applicants was 1289.

Applications for NJIT’s Albert Dorman Honors College increased by 16 percent since 2017. The 2017 applicants had an average SAT score of 1364 and the 2018 applicants have an average SAT score of 1476.

NJIT President Joel Bloom cited NJIT’s investment of $400 million in facilities, technology and amenities to prepare graduates for in-demand careers.

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