About Central Jersey


Education

 

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, offers undergraduate and graduate study at its five main campuses, all located in Middlesex County.

Approximately 100,000 primary- and secondary-school students are served by 185 public schools, 70 parochial and private schools and the Middlesex County Vocational-Technical High School system, which consists of five campuses and has garnered three national Blue Ribbon designations.

Middlesex County College, a two-year education center for academic and technical training, was one of the first in the State. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, offers undergraduate and graduate study at its five main campuses, all located in Middlesex County: Rutgers, Cook, and Douglass in New Brunswick; and Livingston and Busch in Piscataway. Adjacent to Cook College is the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, a nationally recognized research center.

The Forrestal Campus of Princeton University is located in Middlesex County, with Princeton University’s main campus nearby. Rounding out the higher education offerings in the County are Strayer University in New Brunswick and DeVry University and its Keller Graduate School of Management in North Brunswick. 

 

 

Information Courtsey of - Middlesex County - February 2015