New Era for College Community
THE LASTEST CHAPTER IN BLOOMFIELD COLLEGE HISTORY.
Construction has been completed 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 has created sustainable space with dormitories and classrooms plus approximately 7,600 square feet of office/commercial/retail options at street level with the expectation of LEED silver certification. Bookseller Barnes and Noble is now open in a new 5,000-plus square foot store in the Franklin Street building with a bookstore, cafe and convenience shop that is open to the public and the campus community.
Features of the Franklin Street Residence Hall (opened Fall 2014):
- One, four and eight-bed apartments for students and college guests
- Six study rooms, lounges, activity centers and multi-purpose areas
- Student fitness center, movie theater, rooftop courtyard and garage
Our New Era in the Press
Bloomfield's new era of growth and innovation has been featured in some of New Jersey's leading publications.
See who's taken notice:
- The Star-Ledger's Kelly Heyboer writes about a new partnership between Bloomfield College and KIPP charter schools. Click here to read the full story.
- In another Star Ledger article reporter Eunice Lee reports on a proposed Bloomfield College and township school system partnership. Click here to read the full story.
- Our First Year Parent Engagement Program has been featured by Higher Education reporter Kelly Heyboer of the Newark Star-Ledger. Click here to read about this exciting new program, the first of its kind in the state of New Jersey.
- The Newark Star-Ledger highlighted the township of Bloomfield's downtown redevelopment, featuring our new Franklin Street Residence Hall as one of the primary projects. Click here to read the full story.
- The redevelopment of Bloomfield has also been featured by NJBIZ Magazine; click here to read the full profile.