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F o u n d e d 1855 as the new Jersey State normal School S c h o o l S • Arts and Communication • Business • education • engineering • Humanities and Social Sciences • nursing, Health, and exercise Science • Science e n R o l l M e n T • total: 7,340 • undergraduate: 6,455 (full time), 198 (part time) • Graduate: 687 (full time), 489 (part time) • In-state: 94% a c a d e M i c p R o F i l e • undergraduate programs: 50 • Graduate programs: 35 • Student to faculty ratio: 13:1 • First-to-second-year retention rate: 94% • Four-year graduation rate: 73% • Six-year graduation rate: 85% a c c R e d i T a T i o n • Middle States Commission on Higher education • Accreditation Board for engineering and technology (ABet) • Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) • Council for the Accreditation of educator preparation (CAep) • national Association of Schools of Music (nASM) • national Council for Accreditation of teacher education (nCAte/CAep) • pending: national Association of Schools of Art and Design (nASAD) S e l e c T R a n k i n g S e rankings use various metrics and methodologies but reach the same conclusion. no matter how you look at tCnJ—quality, selectivity, affordability, customer satisfaction, or outcomes—the college is consistently viewed as one of the finest public colleges in the country. u.S. Department of education data ranks tCnJ fifth among all public colleges and universities for having the highest four-year graduation rate. Money ranks tCnJ 53rd among all four-year institutions, 17th among public institutions, and second in new Jersey based on academic quality, affordability, and outcomes. U.S. News & World Report ranks tCnJ as the top public institution and third overall in its ranking of Best Regional universities (northern Region), based on measures of reputation, quality, and selectivity. Bloomberg Businessweek ranks tCnJ's School of Business 63rd nationally among all undergraduate B-schools and first in new Jersey, based on academic quality and the opinions of students and recruiters. e American Chemical Society ranks tCnJ 23rd in the nation, and first in new Jersey, for producing ACS-certified bachelor's degree chemistry graduates. e college is consistently viewed as one of the finest public colleges in the country.