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2019 Annual Spring Dinner
June 4, 2019

Celebrating the successful conclusion of another academic year for our member colleges and universities! We honor the students that strive to reach their dreams through higher education, retiring presidents who made their passion for higher education a life-changing experience for thousands of students as well as celebrating our trustees and donors that help make these dreams a reality!


(Featured (top right, left to right): Anjali Prakish, Rashay Black, Rieyanna Needham, Luis Iniquez
Heather Clapp, Elena Banzhat, Andrew Toke, Nicholas Heath, Joy Choi, Michael Verile,
Rosio Merlos, Diana Paneque, Malek Elsayyid, Erin Berger, Karina Ochoa, Marta Suazo.
  Recognized for their dedication and commitment to higher education were three member presidents.
(left to right) President Grey Dimenna of Monmouth University; Interim President Mary Meehan of Seton Hall University; Assemblywoman Mila Jasey (D), Chair of the Assembly Higher Education Committee (representing District 27); and President Richard Levao, former President of Bloomfield College.)


Maximizing Impact of New Jersey's Independent Colleges and Universities

 
Through testimonials the audience learned of the impact of our honorees.  The program included the release of the 2018 Annual Report demonstrating the day-to-day impact of the Independent College Fund of New Jersey.

Marta Suazo
Student Speaker
Seton Hall University, Class of 2019
2018-2019 Celgene Sol J. Barer for Life Science Scholar
2018-2019 ICFNJ Undergraduate Research Symposium


Click here for Marta's speech


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Independent Colleges & Universities $3.5 billion Impact on New Jersey

Appleseed Report, March 2017

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Should N.J. private colleges get public money? New report makes case


Adding It Up: Economic Impact of New Jersey's Private Colleges