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Bloomfield welcomes record incoming class
Second-largest in school history boasts increased SAT, ACT scores
College receives federal PBI grant
Funding to be directed towards increasing STEM programming
College unveils new majors
Cutting-Edge Education
College ranked in U.S. News 2016 Best Colleges
Institution named one of America's most diverse National Liberal Arts Colleges
Students, alumni attend annual BDPA conference
Bloomfield cohort gets chance to meet prospective employers, learn new skills
College welcomes new students with four-day Orientation program
Slate of events features information sessions, social activities and off-campus trip
Bloomfield to host The NJ Arcade event Sept. 16
Free event allows patrons to test new local games, meet creators
College concludes annual free summer program
No-charge courses allow incoming freshman to get head start
College welcomes new track & field programs, coach Lisa Morgan-Richman
Men's, women's programs to compete in spring 2016 season
Freshman Anthony Maldonado earns national RBI scholarship
Bears pitcher one of 11 nationwide recipients of financial award
My Story: Danny Tamayo '15
See how Bloomfield helped this army vet pursue a career in nursing
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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
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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
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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.