The College of New Jersey, established in 1855, is a public university located in the Trenton suburb of Ewing, New Jersey. It has an intake of over 6,600 undergraduates, with an aim to keep the city’s most talented students in-state for higher education. It has gorgeous Georgian-style architecture with on-campus theaters, music halls, art galleries and TV & radio stations. It has events such as Community Fest that involve the local community, and more than 150 student organizations to participate in. Students cheer for the TCNJ Lions, and can go apple-picking, admire sculptures & fine art and dig into world-class tomato pies in nearby orchards, museums and local restaurants. Notable TCNJ alumni include Holly Black, author of The Spiderwick Chronicles and actor Michael Vega. TCNJ, with its picturesque campus, offers numerous opportunities for student involvement and learning.