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

Association Staff

Michael W. Klein, JD, PhD

Chief Executive Officer

mwklein@njascu.org


Directors


Barbara Berreski, Esq.

Government & Legal Affairs

bberreski@njascu.org


Patricia A. Berry

Budget & Administration

pastearman@njascu.org


Pamela J. Hersh

Communications & Marketing

pjhersh@njascu.org 


Support Staff


Charlene R. Pipher

Executive Assistant/Web Design

crpipher@njascu.org


Terry Toth

Part-Time Secretarial Assistant

tmtoth@njascu.org 



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New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities

150 West State Street

Trenton, New Jersey 08608

609-989-1100 office


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Building Our Future Bond Issues

In November 2012, voter approval of the Building Our Future Bond referendum is a multi-faceted and far-ranging win for New Jersey -- students, employers, the construction and trade industries, and New Jersey's ability to compete in a knowledge-based economy.

The bond issue will help our institutions build their highest priority needs -- many relate directly to the STEM fields and preparation for professions crucial to the future of New Jersey.  

The bond will also help make our institutions more affordable and accessible.  We will also be able to retain more of our homegrown talent.  We lose over 35,000 students a year to colleges in other states, which costs the state economy billions of dollars per year and the loss of much of our investment in young people.  It is important for the public to know that 90% of students at institutions that will benefit from the bond issue are from the Garden State.

We are deeply grateful to voters of New Jersey who came out in considerable numbers to cast their vote -some at great personal inconvenience.

We appreciate the support of our coalition partners - business, industry, and labor - as well as the support of many New Jersey opinion leaders.

We look forward to continue informing the public on progress made as the institutions build facilities to serve the needs of tens of thousands of students from New Jersey and the priority needs of the state.


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