The school is nationally recognized. The school had my interested major of Sports Medicine as a 4 year discipline. Additionally It allows me to swim Division I. The coach was a student first promoter.
NJIT's Academic reputation especially in the civil engineering field was definitely the key factor in my decision. Along with the D1 swim team which made me feel welcomed when I went to visit. The team seemed like a family who all work well together. and the fact that it is affordable and close to home just seemed like a place I will fit into very well. I believe my choice will benefit my future tremendously.
NJIT was the best fit for me both athletically and academically. I was very impressed with the academics and federated department of biology with Rutgers University. The campus is great and everyone on the team was very welcoming, Coach Lawson was very communicative and supportive throughout the recruiting process. I am looking forward to being a Highlander in the fall and I am confident NJIT is the school where I can achieve both my academic and athletic goals.
I know with NJIT I will undoubtedly better myself, both in swimming and academics.
I chose Old Dominion because of the location, the modernized campus, accessibility throughout the campus, and the diversity of the student population. Hope to be walking on next year. Go Monarchs!
At UIW I can receive a prestigious education, as well as be apart of a great team! GO WORD!!
Choosing a college was not an easy task, there's a lot to be considered. Education, Value, Swim program, location, environment, student and administration chemistry and the basic experience. I choose NJIT because most of what I was looking for was right there. It's a large enough campus to offer all the benefits of a large university but small and intimate to offer an environment where everyone knows each other. It's in a metropolitan setting close to NYC. I feel my experiences and education will be superior to another comparably priced school in the region. I am also looking forward to being one of the fist classes to swim in the new Athletic Center being constructed.