qetuo: I would not consider TCNJ a suitcase school, though I do hear this from others a lot. Very few students leave every weekend, and they are usually the ones who still have high school sweethearts at home. There is always something to do on campus, from movie nights every Saturday to various events and fundraisers. While freshmen cannot have cars on campus, they are allowed a two-week pass each semester. Students can coordinate schedules with their friends so that the group always has a car on campus. There is also a TCNJ-run bus called The Loop that brings students to/from the mall/restaurants/theater every Tuesday and Saturday night. There is also an NJ Transit bus that stops at The College several times a day, so that is another option. I never had a problem doing things off-campus.
seakun: I believe it is fairly easy to switch majors - my roommate did it three times. You just need to fill out a form and sometimes meet with the department head. You can go here for more information: Majors :: Records & Registration :: TCNJ
Peachy267: Every student has an advisor, and I believe hers would be Dr. Hagedorn. She can speak with him about her options. My personal advisement would be to stick with the math/education that way she has the freedom to do math OR education. I am strictly a statistics major, but have had no problem finding a job. No matter what she does, a math degree is always in demand.
My study abroad experience was phenomenal - I encourage everyone to explore the opportunity. Many students go for a semester, but I actually studied for only a month during the summer so I did not get behind on my curriculum. The best thing to do is for your daughter to save her electives and general education courses for going abroad if she chooses to do so. I, for example, saved art and history and took those courses in Rome - a completely unparalleled experience. It is also very easy to study abroad, all the interested students have to do is apply and they are rarely rejected.
NEXTOPRAH: I remember getting my acceptance letter promptly on April 1 as promised. My brother applied for next fall and just got his letter this week saying he was waitlisted. I have also heard others saying they got rejected a while back. So based on my experience, the longer it takes to get the letter the better the news. You should definitely hear by next week, and call the admissions office if you don't.
Best of luck to all of you!