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New Jersey City University offers students separate housing and dining options. The on-campus housing cost for a standard student was $11,200 in 2019 - 2020, and the price of a typical meal plan was $5,143.What documents do I need to apply to NJCU?
The documents that can be requested are income tax returns, W-2 statements, and 1099 forms, and other NJCU verification forms.What are the best nursing programs in New Jersey?
The best nursing programs in New Jersey are offered by Rutgers University New Brunswick. This nursing college has an excellent quality programs evaluated with five stars for curriculum and four-star rating for teaching.Does NJCU offer student insurance?
NJCU requires all full-time undergraduate and graduate students as defined by the University (12 or more credits for undergraduate, 9 or more credits for graduate) to carry health insurance. All full time students are automatically charged and must take action if they wish to waive the fee. The waiver website opens the week of December 1, 2020.