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NEW JERSEY'S TOP
Colleges and Universities
Ranked by total enrollment in fall 2013*
By Danielle Mack
Rank | Prev. INSTITUTION
YEAR ESTABLISHED
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXECUTIVE(S)
TYPE
TOTAL N.J. ENROLLMENT
1 | 1
Rutgers University-New Brunswick
1766
www.rutgers.edu
Robert L. Barchi
Public, four-year university
48,036
2 | 2
Thomas Edison State College
1972
www.tesc.edu
George A. Pruitt
Public, four-year university
20,877
3 | 3
Montclair State University
1908
www.montclair.edu
Susan A. Cole
Public, four-year university
19,464
4 | 5
Rowan University
1923
www.rowan.edu
Ali A. Houshmand, Tobey Oxholm, Jim Newell, Bob Zazzali, Joe Scully, Donald Moore, Mira Lalovic-Hand, Steve Weinstein, Ken Blank, Joanne Connor
Four-year, state public comprehensive research university
13,349
5 | 7
William Paterson University
1855
www.wpunj.edu
Kathleen M. Waldron, Warren Sandmann
Public, four-year university
11,414
6 | 6
Rutgers University-Newark
1908
www.newark.rutgers.edu
Nancy Cantor
Public, four-year university
11,212
7 | 8
New Jersey Institute of Technology
1881
www.njit.edu
Joel S. Bloom
Public, four-year university
10,130
8 | 9
Seton Hall University
1856
www.shu.edu
A. Gabriel Esteban
Private, four-year university
9,903
9 | 10
Fairleigh Dickinson University -- Metropolitan Campus
1942
www.fdu.edu
Sheldon Drucker
Private, four-year university
8,564
10 | 11
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
1969
www.stockton.edu
Herman J. Saatkamp Jr.
Public, four-year and graduate, liberal arts and professional
8,458
11 | 14
The College of New Jersey
1855
www.tcnj.edu
R. Barbara Gitenstein
Public, four-year liberal arts college
6,653
12 | 12
New Jersey City University
1927
www.njcu.edu
Sue Henderson
Public, four-year university offering graduate degrees
6,438
13 | 15
Monmouth University
1933
www.monmouth.edu
Paul R. Brown
Private, four-year university
6,316
14 | NR
Stevens Institute of Technology
1870
www.stevens.edu
Nariman Farvardin, George P. Korfiatis, Edward F. Stukane, David Dodd, Gregory Prastacos, Randy Greene, Mark L Samolewicz, Elisabeth McGrath, Marybeth Murphy
Private, four-year college
6,298
15 | 16
Rutgers University-Camden
1926
www.camden.rutgers.edu
Wendell E. Pritchett, Phoebe A. Haddon
Public, four-year university
6,264
16 | NR
Rider University
1865
www.rider.edu
Mordechai Rozanski
Private, four-year university
5,410
17 | 17
University of Phoenix -- Jersey City Campus
2004
www.phoenix.edu
Gary Williams
Private university
5,400
18 | 13
Princeton University
1746
www.princeton.edu
Christopher L. Eisgruber
Private, four-year university
5,323
19 | 20
Saint Peter's University
1872
www.saintpeters.edu
Eugene J. Cornacchia
Private, four-year liberal arts college
3,194
20 | 19
Fairleigh Dickinson University -- Florham Campus
1942
www.fdu.edu
Sheldon Drucker
Private, four-year university
3,055
21 | 21
Centenary College
1867
www.centenarycollege.edu
Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite
Private, four-year graduate-degree granting institution
2,400
22 | 22
Drew University
1867
www.drew.edu
Vivian Bull, MaryAnn Baenninger
Private, four-year university
2,369
23 | NR
Georgian Court University
1908
www.georgian.edu
Sister Rosemary E. Jeffries
Private, four-year university
2,257
24 | 23
Caldwell University
1939
www.caldwell.edu
Nancy H. Blattner
Catholic, private, co-educational, four-year liberal arts college
2,182
25 | 25
Bloomfield College
1868
www.bloomfield.edu
Richard A. Levao, Adam Castro
Private, four-year liberal arts college
1,976
26 | 24
Felician College
1942
www.felician.edu
Anne M. Prisco
Private, four-year liberal arts college
1,933
27 | 26
DeVry University
1969
www.nj.devry.edu
Chris W. Grevesen
Four-year
1,725
28 | NR
Berkeley College
1931
www.BerkeleyCollege.edu
Dario Cortes, Marianne Vakalis
Private, four-year
1,298
29 | 28
Princeton Theological Seminary
1812
www.ptsem.edu
M. Craig Barnes
Presbyterian, professional and graduate seminary
502

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