The New Jersey Historical Society
52 Park Place

The Society is a state-wide, private, non profit historical museum, library, and archives dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting political, social, cultural and economic history of NJ to the broadest possible audiences.

New Jersey Institute of Technology
University Heights district of downtown Newark

NJIT was founded in 1881 as the Newark Technical School. Sponsored by the Newark Board of Trade with a matching grant from the New Jersey state legislature, it offered non-degree training in “Science, Mathematics, and Drawing.”

The Newark Museum
49 Washington Street

The Newark Museum operates, as it has since its founding, in the public trust as a museum of service, and a leader in connecting objects and ideas to the needs and wishes of its constituencies.

The Rutgers-Newark
249 University Ave

Rutgers University in Newark is one of three campuses of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Rutgers University officially came into existence in 1946, when the New Jersey State Legislature voted to make the University of Newark part of Rutgers University.

Seton Hall School of Law
One Newark Center

The only private law school in New Jersey, Seton Hall University School of Law is located in the City of Newark, New Jersey’s largest city.

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