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Bloomfield College Nursing Students Join Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society
In order to be inducted into the invitation-only organization, students and faculty members must demonstrate academic excellence and leadership potential.
Bloomfield College Celebrates TICKET Program with Closing Ceremony
Sponsored by the Korean government, the College partnered with the Daejeon Educational Training Institute and Bloomfield Public Schools, in order to make this four-week, project-based program possible.
Alumna Brings Media Experts to Bloomfield College
This past month, Amira Onibudo ’13 hosted the Television & Digital Media Panel Discussion & Networking Event for current Bloomfield College students.
#BCSTUDENTSSPEAKOUT at Bloomfield College Election Reflection
On November 29, faculty, staff, and students gathered in the Westminster Arts Center to discuss their thoughts about the election.
Broadway Stars to Perform at Bloomfield College for First Annual NiCori Winter Gala
NiCori Studios and Productions will hold its Winter Gala on Friday, December 16 at 7 p.m. at the Westminster Arts Center.
Bloomfield College Participates in International Education Week
The College is an ideal destination for international students looking to study in the United States. Located just 15 miles from New York City, the campus provides the security of small town with easy access to New York.
Bloomfield College Announces MFA Program
The program, which will officially launch in June 2017, is geared toward the needs of working artists and creative professionals.

Education Honor Society Teams Up with School District

During the spring of 2013, five Division of Education Honors students: Regina Cora, Trudy Ann Davey, Cecilia Olivera, Nicole Paparella and Shama Perveen participated in a tutoring and mentoring project at the Fairview Elementary School in Bloomfield.  Honors students worked in classrooms alongside the following experienced mentor teachers: Abby DeNicolas, Lauren Marek, Lisa Maron, Joanne Roshong, and Melissa Reinertsen to assist students in a variety of learning activities.

Kappa Delta Pi Co-counselors, Professors Kunz and OReilly, planned this initiative with Principal Sal DeSimone, who is also an adjunct at the College, and the officers of Kappa Delta Pi.  Data collected from this project will inform future practicum experiences.

Learn more about the Division of Education at Bloomfield College.