Positive signs for 2017 enrollment

The NJC’s enrollments for the first months of the year point to a potentially record-breaking year.

The NJC received 508 enrollments for its tuition-based courses in January and February, the most for those months in the College’s 53-year history.

The NJC had a record 276 enrollments in February, and the 232 for January were the most since 2006. Year to date, the College has received 602 enrollments for tuition-based courses, consisting of 383 returning judges and 219 new enrollees.

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