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Bloomfield College Honorary Degree Recipients Discuss Public Service
Panelists included former Secretary of Homeland Security, the Honorable Jeh Johnson (hon. ’12), and former NJ Governor, the Honorable Thomas Kean, Sr. (hon. ’08). NJTV News’ Mary Alice Williams (hon. ’15) moderated the discussion.
Bestselling, Award-Winning Author Joyce Carol Oates Speaks at Bloomfield College
The celebrated author spoke candidly about everything from her upbringing in rural upstate New York, to the benefits running has on her creativity, to the impact of mentors upon her career.
Dedication to Public Service Event Announced by Bloomfield College
Guests include former Secretary of Homeland Security, the Honorable Jeh Johnson, and former New Jersey Governor, the Honorable Thomas H. Kean, Sr. The discussion will be moderated by Mary Alice Williams of NJTV News
Bloomfield College Receives One Million Dollars from JC Kellogg Foundation
This gift is an endowment that will allow the College to create a new pension incentive program for eligible staff.
Bloomfield College Raises Quarter of a Million Dollars in One Evening
The annual Scholarship Evening honored Kevin Cummings, President and CEO of Investors Bank and Chris Martin, President and CEO of Provident Bank.
Bloomfield College Students Can Now Register for Online Humanities Courses at Various Colleges
Bloomfield College students now have the unique opportunity to take online courses in the Humanities at a various independent colleges across the nation.
Bloomfield College to Welcome Top Execs to Campus for Women’s Panel
This year’s panel is comprised of six women, all leaders in their respective fields, including a top Facebook executive.

Bloomfield College is Expanding

Construction has begun on a new 80,434 square foot, four story residence hall at the corner of Broad and Franklin Streets in Bloomfield Township. The expansion project will create sustainable space with dormitories and classrooms plus approximately 7,600 square feet of office/commercial/retail options at street level. Projected opening for the new building is September 2014 with the expectation of LEED silver certification.

Bookseller Barnes and Noble will reside in over 5,000 square feet of the Franklin Street building with a new bookstore, café and convenience shop that will be open to the public and the campus community.

 

   Features of the Franklin Street Residence:

  • 1, 4 and 8 bed apartments for students and college guests
  • 6 study rooms, lounges, activity centers and multi-purpose areas
  • Student fitness center,  movie theater, rooftop courtyard and garage

   Watch the webcam & follow our progress!

 

 

     

         

     

 

 

       

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