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The Troops to College Program is designed to make veterans aware of the higher education services and options available at New Jersey s public colleges and universities.
Higher Education issues are publicly discussed during meetings of the Presidents’ Council, where the Secretary of Higher Education regularly makes a report. Agendas and minutes of meetings are available
Public decisions on licensure issues are published in the New Jersey Register
Locate databases and information to help determine the legitimacy of institutions and accrediting agencies.
- Transfer of Credit Annual Report
New Jersey’s 30 public institutions of higher education file annual reports on the condition of the institutions. Read the reports here.
Find comprehensive information on the cost of attendance, the graduation rates of admitted students, and the faculty of New Jersey’s senior public institutions.
- Public Access to Online Code
The Office of the Secretary of Higher Education is responsible for the New Jersey Administrative Code Title 9A, Chapters 1-7 and 11-18. The Higher Education Student Assistance Authority is responsible for the Chapters 8-10 of Title 9A. LexisNexis provides free online public access to a quarterly updated version of the New Jersey Administrative Code .
Please note that the online version of the Code is not the official Code and may not include the most recent changes to a rule. Changes made within the last quarter can be found through a search of the free online version of the New Jersey Register.
LexisNexis provides free online public access to a quarterly updated version of the New Jersey Register .
Graduate EOF Financial Eligibility, Grant Awards
Public Colleges and Universities: Proposed New Rules
to Offer Courses at New Jersey High Schools
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Kean Task Force Report on Higher Education
Governor’s Higher Education Council2015 Report by the Governor’s Higher Education CouncilGovernor’s Reorganization Plan