Campus Town developer is crafting car-share program for TCNJ students #8212 even the freshmen
PRC Group, the developer of The College of New Jersey's 11-building Campus Town project, announced it has partnered with Enterprise to create a car-share program for students.
New life sciences incubator opens on Kean campus
The Institute for Life Science Entrepreneurship announced the launch of its new life sciences incubator located in the state-of-the-art New Jersey Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics.
Rutgers-Newark holding admissions event for unauthorized immigrants
Following up on the controversial Dream Act legislation signed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Rutgers-Newark is hosting a college admissions fair for unauthorized immigrants this weekend.
N.J. business school ranks high in U.S. News’ non-MBA online programs list
Rutgers Business School's Masters of Governmental Accounting program received a bit of recognition from U.S. News & World Report's 2015 ranking of non-MBA online graduate business programs.
Berkeley College names new business school dean
Berkeley College announced Tuesday that its Larry L. Luing School of Business has a new dean.
Updated Three schools team up for four-year nursing degree program
Camden County College and Our Lady of Lourdes School of Nursing on Tuesday announced that graduates of their joint three-year nursing program will be able to transfer to the W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing at Thomas Edison State College and obtain a bachelor of science in nursing, or BSN degree, in four years.
Smokers are on board with e-cigarette regulations, Rutgers finds
With the Food and Drug Administration planning to issue a final ruling on whether to regulate electronic cigarettes, a new study by the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and Rutgers School of Public Health finds most smokers are unaware that e-cigarettes aren't currently regulated by the FDA, and would support e-cigarette rules.
Developer, TCNJ expanding Campus Town project #8212 before it even opens
PRC Group is fast at work on its new nine-building, mixed-use Campus Town project at The College of New Jersey in Ewing, with students slated to move in ahead of the upcoming fall semester.
Bedminster-based biopharma company buys Aquarius BioTechnologies Inc.
Bedminster-based Matinas BioPharma Holdings Inc., a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, announced Friday that it has acquired all of the outstanding stock of Aquarius BioTechnologies Inc., a bio-delivery drug discovery company with ties to Rutgers University.
N.J. college tops list of #8220most underrated#8221 in America
Everyone loves a good underdog story: Rocky, Rudy and even the Karate Kid. To this end, Business Insider has provided the public service of compiling a list of the country's 50 most underrated colleges.
Money well spent? Colleges support aid plan
Community college has become an affordable alternative for many, but try telling that to any of the single mothers at Passaic County College.
Survey answers age-old N.J. schools question Affordability vs. academics
Forget living here for a long time: Anyone who has ever even considered possibly being interested in maybe moving to New Jersey knows that finding a good school district that is also affordable can sometimes seem impossible.