Princeton University: A prestigious Ivy League institution known for its strong academic programs and beautiful campus. It consistently ranks among the top universities in the world.
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Rutgers University: The State University of New Jersey, with campuses in New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden. It offers a wide range of programs and is the largest institution of higher education in the state.
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Stevens Institute of Technology: A private research university located in Hoboken, known for its programs in engineering, science, and business.
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New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT): A public research university in Newark, with strong programs in engineering, architecture, and computer science.
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Seton Hall University: A Catholic-affiliated university located in South Orange, known for its business, law, and healthcare programs.
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Montclair State University: A public university with a strong emphasis on the arts, education, and business programs.
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Ramapo College of New Jersey: A smaller public liberal arts college known for its picturesque campus and strong academic programs.
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Rider University: Located in Lawrenceville, it offers a variety of programs, including business, education, and the arts.
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Drew University: A private liberal arts college in Madison, known for its strong humanities and arts programs.
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Rowan University: A public research university in Glassboro, known for its engineering, business, and health science programs.
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