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Hofstra University New Jersey West (formerly West Jersey) is a public university in West Orange, New Jersey, a suburban community west of the New York metropolitan area. It is part of the Hofstra University. West Jersey is one of six branch campuses of Hofstra. It offers an assortment of bachelor's degree programs and a few graduate degrees. Its master's degree programs are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Hofstra University New Jersey West opened in September 1991 as West Jersey College of New Jersey, a two-year community college, with a mission of serving working adults and people with disabilities. The college was built in 1990 at a cost of $35 million and is an 8,600-seat multi-purpose facility in West Orange, a suburb of New York City, New Jersey.
The university's founding members of the New Jersey State Board of Higher Education included the presidents of Hudson County Community College, Stockton State College, and Ramapo College, as well as the vice chancellor of the Essex County College system.
As the number of students matriculated increased, so did the need to develop a program to allow the college to expand. In January 2006, the state board approved a $28 million capital campaign to provide facilities and develop new programs. Fund-raising was accomplished in 2007.
A new academic building, the J. Raymond Rosenthal College of Arts and Sciences, opened on the main campus on October 9, 2008, as part of the university's $80 million capital campaign. The new facility features a "brown field" site with no expensive engineered structural columns, a design that allows it to be expanded. The building opened with the help of nearly $10 million from the $28 million capital campaign; another $15 million was raised from private sources.
In 2013, as a result of cuts in state funding, the college was merged with Hofstra University, giving Hofstra control of West Jersey. The campus was renamed Hofstra University New Jersey West, but the college retained its independent academic programs.
The university offers a variety of associate's and bachelor's degree programs:
Undergraduate degree programs
Bachelor of Arts: Business, Communication, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Exercise Science, Liberal Arts, 0b46394aab