Commuter Students: What's on Your Mind?

Exciting news about a college-wide effort to reach out to commuter students to solicit their thoughts and opinions about Bloomfield College.  We invite you to participate in a Commuter Student Focus Group Interview.  

The purpose of the interview is to collect important information directly from you about your college experiences as a student at Bloomfield. The College wants to get a better understanding of your specific needs as a commuter student and explore new ways to improve your day-to-day social and educational experiences. The focus group interviews will help college administrators understand the way you perceive and observe the people; things; events/activities; courses; services and resources at the college. Our intention is to understand how you perceive the College’s day-to-day practices and response to your needs and expectations as a commuter student. 

The focus group* will be held in the Student Center, Room 4, on April 16, 2013  @ 6:00 pm.

To sign up, please email Student Affairs with your First Name, Last Name, Student ID number, Email address, Phone Number and preferred date from the list above.  Students may only participate in one focus group session. 

Thank you in advance for committing your time and energy to this project. Students will be given a gift card at the interview as a token of our appreciation.

Have a great day!

Dr. Patrick Lamy
Vice President for Student Affairs

* The group interviews are approximately 90 minutes in length. The sessions will be facilitated by an external consultant contracted by the College for this purpose.

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