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Finishing What They Started

Montclair recognizes first cohort to complete accelerated Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program

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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Online Graduate Programs Among Nation’s Best

Educational Leadership program ranked No. 10 in the country and No. 1 in New Jersey in 2023 rankings

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A Day of Giving Back

Montclair’s MLK Day of Service draws students to volunteer on campus, in communities

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Working to Be Hunger Free

Montclair’s efforts to address and destigmatize food insecurity pay off

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Setting New Teachers Up for Success

In addressing teacher shortage, Montclair prepares and mentors educators who stay

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University Media Projects Nominated for ‘Student Emmy’ Awards

Twenty School of Communication and Media students earn two nominations in news category

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Tis the Season

University Singers shine with rousing ‘Hallelujah’ with NJ Symphony Orchestra

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Season of Giving

Donations of career-ready attire turn Rocky’s Closet green

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Singing Montclair’s Praises

Broadway performer leaves the bright lights of the stage to pursue a master’s degree

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Unleashing Stress Relief for Finals Week

As semester comes to an end, therapy dogs warm hearts and melt away end-of-the-semester worries

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There When You Need Them

Student EMTs assist in campus and local emergencies; learn valuable lessons through Emergency Medical Services

Student Khara Brown

And Still She Persisted

Her college dreams once dashed by illness, EOF scholar resumes path toward graduation