Maybe you already know that NJIT is the place for you. Or maybe you're still scouting things out. Check out our admission criteria to see how you'll fit into our student body. And stay on track with the application checklist and the list of deadlines.
Have questions? Our admissions staff is here to help at every step of the way.
High school academic record: We consider your entire record—especially your grades in math, science, and English. We'll also take into account trends in your performance—for example, if your grades improved between freshman and senior year.
Standardized test scores: We'll consider either the new or old SAT or ACT. We'll use the highest scores provided, even if they aren't from your most recent testing.
The average composite SAT score for our enrolling freshmen is 1218 (2 part- Math and Critical Reading). The average ACT score for our enrolling freshmen is 26.
Effective 2017, NJIT will accept the redesigned SAT scores for admission and scholarship purposes. Applicants may submit scores from either the old or new SAT.
Class rank: We look for students in the top 25 percent of their class. For schools that don't use a ranking system, we consider a 3.0 GPA or higher to be equivalent.
Portfolio: Applicants to the Architecture, Digital Design, Industrial Design and Interior Design majors are required to submit a portfolio of creative work. Detailed information about the portfolio requirement for these majors can be found on the College of Architecture and Design website.
- Completed application
- $75 application fee (or a College Board waiver)
- Official high school transcript
- Official SAT (use code 2513) or ACT (use code 2580)
- Letter of Recommendation
- Photocopy of visa or permanent resident cards (for noncitizens living in the United States)
- Portfolio (for applicants to majors in the College of Architecture and Design)
Dates & Deadlines
Your application will be evaluated as soon as your file is complete. You'll be notified about our decision within two to three weeks.
Application deadlines are as follows:
Early Action I - November 15
Early Action II - December 15
Rolling Admission - March 1
Spring Semester: November 15
And don't forget to check out the financial aid deadlines.