As a highly selective institution, The College of New Jersey seeks those students with the greatest potential to benefit from and contribute to the superb academic community on campus. Considerable opportunities for financial assistance also help make the College accessible to promising students with financial needs. All accepted first-year applicants are given the same consideration for scholarships and financial aid, regardless of whether they apply to Early Decision or for General Admission.
For answers to many common questions on financial aid, see the website of the Office of Student Financial Assistance.
Undergraduate Costs (2023-24)
|Tuition and Fees||Housing and Food||Total Cost per Year**|
|New Jersey residents:
|$16,140||New Jersey residents:
** Includes 21 Meals per week, Student Service Fee, GSF/Capital Fee, Computing Access Fee, Student Center Fee and Student Activity Fee.