150 West State Street. Trenton NJ 08608 -- 609-989-1100 office

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Association Staff

Barbara Berreski, JD, MS

Chief Executive Officer

Director, Government & Legal Affairs



Patricia S. Berry

Chief Operating Officer


Pamela J. Hersh

Communications & Public Affairs


Support Staff

Charlene R. Pipher

Executive Assistant/Web Design


Terry Toth

Part-Time Secretarial Assistant


Contact Info

New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities

150 West State Street

Trenton, New Jersey 08608

609-989-1100 office

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NJ Student Debt

For NJ State Colleges and Universities only - unless otherwise noted

  • 95,477 students - graduate and undergraduate.
  • 88 percent are New Jersey residents.
    • If one takes Thomas Edison State University (TESU) out of the equation (TESU offers only online courses and attracts students living all over the world), 95 percent of the enrolled students are New Jersey residents.
  • 70 percent of the alumni are living in New Jersey.
  • $12,135 average in-state tuition and fees per institution.
  • 2.2 percent average in-state tuition and fees increase over the previous year.
  • New Jersey state colleges and universities account for an estimated $2.4 billion in economic benefits to the State of New Jersey.
    • Factors that contribute to this value are:
      • $1.61 billion total operations budgets.
      • $26 million in payroll taxes.
      • 14,500 employees.
      • 95,477 students.
      • Volunteer servicers provided by students, faculty and staff are estimated to be worth the equivalent of $10.3 million.
      • $330 million in capital projects since 2013.

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