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Felician University

Our First Priority is Our Students. Our Second is Their Future. Founded in 1942 by the Felician Sisters, Felician University is one of the few Franciscan universities in the country, and the only one in New Jersey. We’ve built our reputation with an emphasis on

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Founded in 1942 by Dr. Peter Sammartino and his wife, Sylvia (Sally), Fairleigh Dickinson University has grown into the largest private university in New Jersey. Today, more than 11,500 students from 32 states and 72 countries are enrolled on the University’s two campuses in northern

Eugenio Maria de Hostos Community College, CUNY

Eugenio Maria de Hostos Community College is a cultural institution. Not only do they provide technical training, but their Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture (HCAC) is a distinguished Latino arts center showcasing from a breadth of artists, world-known and up-and-coming.

Essex County College

We welcome students from 53 different countries across five continents. More than half of our students receive some sort of financial aid, and we’ve been designated as a military friendly college. ECC is attended by Ivy League graduates and Olympians, and it’s also attended by

Esperanza College of Eastern University

Esperanza College of Eastern University is a Christian university established in 2000. Its history and origins are heavily entwined with the local Hispanic community, and within their mission statement focuses on providing access to quality education to Hispanic students.

Dominican College

Dominican College is located in the Hudson Valley area, founded in 1952. The Dominican tradition emphasizes compassion and reflection as part of moral and ethical growth, and at Dominican College, students are not only striving for intellectual rigor, but strength of character.

College of Mount Saint Vincent

College of Mount Saint Vincent is a liberal arts college and a designated Hispanic Serving Institution. The core values of the college is to impart genuine curiosity, through a robust education and authentic inclusion of students from all types of backgrounds. College of Mount Saint

City College of New York, CUNY

City College of New York was founded in 1847; today, it ranks top in its graduates gaining social mobility and its school’s quality of education. The City College of New York is also a powerhouse when it comes to research projects.

Capital Community College

Capital traces its roots to the Connecticut Engineering Institute which enrolled 22 students in mechanical and electrical engineering in its first year. In the years following World War II, the technical school educated a generation of engineering technicians for the region’s manufacturing, industrial and public

Cambridge College

Cambridge College offers a unique environment where adult learners can build their education on a lifetime of learning. Cambridge College recognizes diversity as an asset to the classroom, the community, and to our society. Our innovative teaching and learning model helps adult students meet the