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|Rankings||Speech-Language Pathology Programs|
|1||Seton Hall University
School of Graduate Medical Education
Address: McQuaid Hall, South Orange, NJ 07079
Phone: (973) 275-2825
|2||Montclair State University
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Address: 1 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07043
Phone: (973) 655-4232
Communication Disorders and Deafness Department
Address: Child Study Institute (CSI) 103, Union, NJ 7083
Phone: (908) 737-5407
|4||William Paterson University of New Jersey
Department of Communication Disorders
Address: 300 Pompton Road, Wayne, NJ 7470
Phone: (973) 720-2208
|5||College of New Jersey
Department of Special Education, Language and Literacy
Address: PO Box 7718, Ewing, NJ 08628-0718
Phone: (609) 771-2743
Ellis Island National Monument
On the border of the US states of New York and New Jersey, there is a tiny island called Ellis Island, which I sometimes call the “Gateway to the USA” or the “Gateway to Freedom”. It lies in the bay at the mouth of the Hudson River into the Atlantic Ocean in close proximity to Liberty Island, which is known for the Statue of Liberty. Like the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island can be reached by ferry that departs from the Battery Park Area.
Ellis Island was famous in the past for being the immigration center for the Port of New York. The center, built on the foundations of Fort Gibson, was in operation from 1892 to 1954. During that time, it became a kind of symbol of American immigrants, because practically every second American – immigrant passed through it. In 1965, Ellis Island became part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument. Since 1990, the buildings of the former immigration office have served as the Immigration Museum. This offers today’s visitors a fascinating insight into the harsh experiences of immigrants who saw their hope for a better life in New York. You will learn about the conditions that immigrants had to face when they landed in America. Emigrants had to pass a medical and document inspection to be allowed into New York City.
In April 2001, a database containing information on more than 22.5 million people who have passed through the immigration center at Ellis Island since 1892 was made freely available on the Internet. The most famous people recorded in this database include, for example, Czech composer Antonín Dvořák, writer Rudyard Kipling, opera singer E. Caruso, doctor Sigmund Freud, actor Charlie Chaplin, American president W. Wilson, businessman Walt Disney, physicist Albert Einstein and many others. If you are interested in the Statue of Liberty and are planning to visit Liberty Island, be sure to also visit the Immigration Museum on nearby Ellis Island.