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Bloomfield College Seeking Former Softball Players for Annual Alumni Game
The fun-filled game for the Bears is eagerly anticipated after the team finished so well in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) postseason.
Bloomfield College Athletics
Bloomfield College to Host International Conference
The New Jersey/Downstate New York State Conference on International Education will be held at Bloomfield College.
NAFSA and Bloomfield College
Bloomfield College Celebrates Student Success at Annual Nurses Pinning and Baccalaureate
Bloomfield College celebrated their best and brightest students.
Frances M. McLaughlin Division of Nursing at Bloomfield College
Graduates Discuss Impact Bloomfield College Made on Their Lives at President's Dinner
The evening clearly demonstrated what Bloomfield College is all about: celebrating its students’ successes.
Bloomfield College President's Dinner
Bloomfield College Student Releases Book of Poetry
The collection imparts to readers the value and empowerment that can be found in experiencing sadness.
Living Joys and Sorrows by Merline Guillaume is available on Amazon
Fulbright Scholar Visits Bloomfield College
On May 23, Dr. Reginald Oputa, from Nigeria, presented “Diabetes Mellitus: A Global Epidemic with Potential Solution” at Bloomfield College.
Dr. Reginald Oputa with Bloomfield College students
Bloomfield College to Show High School Students How to Earn Money for College with Raise.me
For example, starting as early as their freshman year, students can earn $100 each year of perfect attendance or $700 for each A in a core or fine arts course.
Bloomfield College First in the State to Launch Micro-Scholarship Program with Raise.Me
Dean Mitchell Empowers Students to "Step Beyond"
“Each morning, I arrive to work and ask myself, ‘who can I help today?’” said Mitchell.
Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Rose Mitchell
Bloomfield College's 143rd Commencement Just Days Away
Bloomfield College will celebrate its annual Commencement Ceremonies on Friday, May 20
Picture from 2015 Bloomfield College commencement
Bloomfield College Professor Chosen to Participate in Selective "Slave Narratives" Seminar
"I am honored by my acceptance into the 2016 American History Seminar on Slave Narratives," said McKenzie.
Dr. Ada McKenzie, Assistant Professor of World Literature
Bloomfield College Students Recover Forgotten Aspects of Newark's History
On May 2, "Kawaida Towers: A Tale of Two Cities" was unveiled. The exhibit examines the race relations between Italian-Americans and African-Americans in Newark, New Jersey during the 1970s.
Bloomfield College students with Professor Chase