The Dean’s Scholars Program is an academic honors program housed within the Newark College of Engineering (NCE). Dean’s Scholars receive a distinctive honors education and opportunities from NCE including:
Honors courses within the Newark College of Engineering as well as other colleges
Professional networking with distinguished speakers and industry leaders
Honors advising through the Newark College of Engineering
Priority consideration for admission to the Albert Dorman Honors College through sophomore year. Dean’s Scholars can choose to apply to become a Dorman Scholar after the completion of their first or second year. Seats are limited and the application process is competitive, but applications from Dean’s Scholars will be given priority consideration during their evaluations.
Automatic admission to Dual BS/MS Degree Program
Priority enrollment to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenges Scholar Program at NJIT
How to apply?
To be considered, prospective students should apply through the Albert Dorman Honors College application on the Common Application by checking the box, “Are you interested in the Albert Dorman Honors College?”
In order to fulfill the requirements of the program, Dean’s Scholars will:
Take at least three honors courses. The courses can be offered by any college.
Attend at least one ADHC colloquium/guest speaker per semester (NCE Dean’s Scholars are encouraged to attend co-sponsored ADHC-NCE speaker event)
Maintain a GPA of 3.2 or higher
For questions about the program, please contact the Program Adviser - Dr. Jaskirat Sodhi at firstname.lastname@example.org.