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New Jersey City University in Jersey City signed what it considers to be a forward-looking agreement July 28 to share its campus library with the University of Phoenix, a controversial for-profit college that wants to open a campus in New Jersey, a move that educators in the Garden State have collectively opposed.
The University of Phoenix was eager to close the deal in order to comply with New Jersey regulations that require a traditional library before it opens a planned center in Roseland. Critics of Phoenix, including the New Jersey Education Association, say they intend to fight the university's application for a New Jersey charter.
U of P Associate …