NJCAA Review is the official magazine of the Association and has been in continuous production for nearly 70 years. Published nine times monthly throughout an academic year (September - May), NJCAA Review is mailed to each member college president and athletic director of the Association and affiliates and has an estimated circulation of 5,000.
Launched as the NJCAA Monthly News Bulletin in 1948 and renamed N.J.C.A.A. Bulletin in 1949, the magazine has been used by the Association to publicize its activities and success while also alerting its membership to key developments and issues. In 1954 the publication was changed to The JUCO Review - a title it would hold for over 50 years.
In 2008, under the direction of current executive director Mary Ellen Leicht, the title was changed to its current NJCAA Review. The title change was an ode to the publication’s previous N.J.C.A.A. Bulletin name and merger with its long-standing ‘Review’ tagline.
In an industry that typically experiences much turnover, NJCAA Review has remained a constant success for the Association. It will always play an important role in the NJCAA's strategic plan to showcase the very best of the organization.
To learn more about the history of the NJCAA's official publication, read Upon Further 'Review': A retrospective look at the NJCAA's official publication.