George Washington celebrated his first victory in Trenton, and you, too, will find success in this small city. Trenton, the capital of New Jersey, has 2 colleges, which offer degree programs that will prep you for careers in business, education, and engineering as well as opportunities for medical training at St. Francis Medical Center. Regardless of your major, Trenton's highest paid positions range from legal & law, business, healthcare and information technology. You'll also get excited when you find out the average weekly income is $1,290, almost $300 more than the national average.
Trenton has plenty to put yourself at ease when you get a chance to get out of the classroom. Cadwalader Park has over 100 acres of green space for you to skate, bike, or play sports. It's also home to the Trenton City Museum, one of many in this historic city. The Passage Theater and Sun Center host plays, concerts, and many events, so there's always something new. If you want a bigger change in scenery, several beaches are less than an hour's drive away. and before a long study session, get fresh food at the Farmer's Market, around since the early 1900's. So, while Washington was the first, make yourself the next and come succeed in your educational endeavors in Trenton.*Wikipedia, "Trenton" *National Center for Education Statistics *Bureau of Labor Statistics *www.trenton.org
Rider University offers 122 degree programs. It's a small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large suburb. In 2019, 1,342 students graduated with students earning 851 Bachelor's degrees, 346 Master's degrees, 139 Certificates, and 6 Associate's degrees.
Thomas Edison State University offers 138 degree programs. It's a large, public, four-year university in a small city. In 2019, 2,588 students graduated with students earning 1,911 Bachelor's degrees, 417 Associate's degrees, 201 Master's degrees, 51 Certificates, and 8 Doctoral degrees.
North Central Missouri College offers 52 degree programs. It's a small, public, two-year college in a remote town. In 2019, 384 students graduated with students earning 272 Associate's degrees, and 112 Certificates.
Mercer County Community College offers 99 degree programs. It's a medium sized, public, two-year college in a outlying rural area. In 2019, 921 students graduated with students earning 855 Associate's degrees, and 66 Certificates.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Princeton University Princeton, NJ||9 : 1||8,419|
|The College of New Jersey Ewing, NJ||21 : 1||7,821|
|Rider University Lawrenceville, NJ||23 : 1||4,674|
|North Central Missouri College Trenton, MO||46 : 1||1,746|
|Fortis Institute-Lawrenceville Lawrenceville, NJ||297|
|Mercer County Community College West Windsor, NJ||69 : 1||7,480|
|Saint Francis Medical Center School of Nursing Trenton, NJ||89|
|Princeton Theological Seminary Princeton, NJ||8 : 1||364|
|St Francis Medical Center-School of Radiologic Technology Trenton, NJ||17|
|Thomas Edison State University Trenton, NJ||10,227|