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Bloomfield College Kicks Off 150th Anniversary Celebration
In 2018, the College will celebrate its 150th Anniversary. On September 14, the campus community launched its yearlong 150th Anniversary celebration.
Six New Faculty Members Join Bloomfield College
The six new full-time faculty members will strengthen the College’s classrooms in a number of areas from Education to Nursing to Humanities and the Arts.
Bloomfield College Welcomes 72 New Nursing Students at Convocation
The Convocation Ceremony, a signature event for Bloomfield College, serves as an official welcome to the College for nursing students and faculty.
Bloomfield College Announces New Head Coach of Women's Volleyball
Coach James Pompeo has reached the NCAA Tournament as a player, Assistant Coach, and Head Coach.
Bloomfield College Announces New Head Coach of Men's Soccer
Coach Orellana will lead a squad, one year removed from the CACC championship, and a program eager to return to postseason play after missing the tournament last fall.
Bloomfield College Announces New Head Coach of Women’s Soccer Team
Coach Minielli, whose career record is 247-247-51, comes to the College after 11 years as head women’s soccer coach at Wagner College.
Bloomfield College Students Participate in NCI Summer Internship Program
Over the summer, Bloomfield College served as a work site for the NCI (Newark College Institute). Eight Bloomfield College students from Newark were able to participate in the 8-week program as paid interns.

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Bloomfield College Partners with the Bloomfield School District
Bloomfield College and the Bloomfield School District have joined forces in the creation of a unique internship for the College’s special education majors.
Dr. Rohena with her students at Bloomfield College
Holley Lecture Invites the United Nations to Bloomfield College
United Nations Representative Andrew Tomlinson, spoke at the College.
Andrew Tomlinson at Bloomfield College
Employers Seek Out Bloomfield College Students at Career Fair
The fair provided students with the opportunity to network with 21 employers from various industries recruiting for part-time, full-time, and internship positions.
Students mingle with hiring companies
Student Named New Jersey's Top Mixologist by New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association
Bloomfield College student, Jonathan Echavarria, was named New Jersey’s Mixologist of the Year.
Photo Credit: NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Bloomfield College Keeps Unique One-Cost Tuition Model for 2016-2017
“Students and parents can take comfort knowing that the price on our website is the same price that will appear on their bill.”
A student-centered approach is at the heart of Bloomfield’s mission.
Two Highly Distinguished Political Experts Participate in the College's Political Roundtable
New York Times' White House Correspondent, Peter Baker, and POLITICO Editor, Susan Glasser, provide their professional opinions on all things Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and more.
Bloomfield College welcomed Jim Axelrod, Peter Baker, and Susan Glasser
Micro-Scholarship Partnership with Raise.me, the First of Its Kind in New Jersey
High school students, starting as early as 9th grade, can now earn scholarships from Bloomfield College
Bloomfield College Hosts "Understanding Judaism" on the Eve of Passover
Rabbi Kushner, a former professor at Bloomfield College (1983 – 2003), spent time discussing significant historical events that shaped the Jewish culture.
Rabbi Kushner, a former professor at Bloomfield College (1983 – 2003), spent time discussing significant historical events that shaped the Jewish culture.
Two Bloomfield College Students Awarded $4,000 through the Hispanic Business Council Scholarship Foundation
The Hispanic Business Council Scholarship Foundation has awarded two of the College’s students, Gabriela Evans and Fernanda Altamirano, a $4,000 scholarship.
Hector O. Banegas, Bloomfield College’s Board of Trustees Member Since 2012
Bloomfield College Hosts "Cuban Film at a Crossroads"
The event discussed what the new opening between the US and Cuba can mean for Cuban film.
Veteran film Cuban critic Juan Antonio García Borrero and filmmaker Alexandra Halkin debated the issues surrounding this time of rapid transition and showed clips from two recent Cuban films.
Broadcast Journalism Students Film, Edit, Produce, and Star in Their Own Show
Students produced shows covering an array of current events like what's going on in the sports industry, the upcoming presidential election, ongoing racism in our country, music, spirituality, and hair trends.
Veronica Cobos introduces her show to her peers
Creative Arts & Technology Conference Connects Students with Experts
“I found this event to be the most useful out of my whole four years at the College. Having professionals in the industry present for questions and advice was invaluable.”
Many attendees especially enjoyed the opportunities to socialize and network with other guests, reviewers, and speakers.