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Founder of McNair Foundation Visits Bloomfield College, Meets McNair Scholars
On October 21, Bloomfield College held its 2nd McNair Research Symposium in the Shelby Art Room.
Bloomfield College Challenges NJ High Schools to Increase Access to Higher Ed
Bloomfield College announced the launch of a contest with, a scholarship platform that awards scholarships, at Bloomfield High School.
Bloomfield College Professor, Student Co-Present at Oxford University
There are many opportunities for Bloomfield College students to engage in independent research projects, often in collaboration with faculty members.
Grammy Nominated Bloomfield College Alumnus Speaks to Freshman Class
Al Sherrod Lambert ’08 is an American singer, songwriter, and producer who resides in Los Angeles. Lambert flew to his home state of New Jersey this past summer to speak to the incoming freshman class at Orientation.
The New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts to Host One-Act Play Festival at Bloomfield College
The evening will consist of twelve comedic and dramatic one-act plays done within two hours. Tickets will be available to Bloomfield College students at a discounted rate of $4.00.
Academic Achievements of Bloomfield College Students Celebrated at Annual Ceremony
In order to be invited to the ceremony, students had to have achieved Dean’s List in both the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters.
Bloomfield College Students Attend Annual Internship Fair, Network with Hiring Organizations
Well-known organizations including the FBI, the United States Army and Navy, Pennsylvania State Police, New Jersey Peace Action, Vitas Healthcare, and Kidville of Montclair, gathered in the Multipurpose Room on campus.

College Goal Sunday

Bloomfield College's Office of Student Financial Services is supporting New Jersey's College Goal Sunday, an annual event designed to assist low income and first generation students in completing the national application for college financial aid, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and providing information on available financial aid resources. The event, co-sponsored by NJASFAA and HESAA with a grant from the USA Funds, will be held at nine locations throughout the state of New Jersey on Sunday, February 24, 2013.

The event is open to students and families in low-income and minority communities who need help applying for financial aid to attend college. The event is free-of-charge and pre-registration is required.