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Notable Business Alumnus Continues to Support Bloomfield College
Craig Lindsay '76 most recently funded the Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology (CTLT) in the library at the College.
Newark High School Participates in Bloomfield College's 10th Grade Summer Program
The 10th Grade Summer Program provided the students with the opportunity to participate in project-based math sessions, as well as improve their academic writing skills.
Valedictorian Continuing Her Inspirational Story in Bloomfield College’s Graduate Program
“Priority is to find a great job, while preparing for two exams and graduate school at Bloomfield College. Bloomfield College has helped me begin my future.”
4th Wall Theatre Celebrates 20 Years
4th Wall has spent the last 10 years at the Westminster Arts Center. Bloomfield College students receive highly discounted tickets to 4th Wall productions, at just $4.00.
Bloomfield College Alumna Teaching Animation in East Orange School District
Cristina Wulff ‘13 is about to enter her third year as an educator in the East Orange school district and Cicely Tyson School of Performing and Fine Arts.
Bloomfield College's Adam Castro to Co-host Admissions Live
Bloomfield College’s Vice President for Enrollment Management, Adam Castro, is officially the newest member of Higher Ed Live.
Bloomfield College Alumna to Appear in Upcoming Play 'Man of the House'
The number one urban stage play, “Man of the House,” will celebrate its second anniversary on stage at the Westminster Arts Center at Bloomfield College.

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Women's Basketball Heading to the NCAA Tournament in the East Region
No. 7 seed BC Bears to face No. 2 seed American International in opening round on March 11.
Creative Arts & Technology Division Hosts Global Game Jam 2016
Students and alumni collaborate for 48-hour game design marathon.
Education students, alumni & faculty attend workshop at Newark Public Library
Informative discussion on how school districts are changing in the U.S.
Event Honors Publication of New Book by Dr. Michelle Chase
Literary work covers crucial period of Cuban history. Focuses on women & politics in the Cuban revolution (1952-1962).
Game Recap: Bears Basketball Doubleheader Jan. 30 on ESPN3
Highlights of the Men's and Women's teams vs. Philly U. in nationally-televised doubleheader
Division of Humanities opens new art exhibit in Kaplan Gallery
"Urban Art Meets Global Art" to run through Jan. 15
Bloomfield welcomes record incoming class
Second-largest in school history boasts increased SAT, ACT scores
Freshman Anthony Maldonado earns national RBI scholarship
Bears pitcher one of 11 nationwide recipients of financial award
Dr. Tresmaine Grimes named new VP for Academic Affairs
Iona College Assistant Vice Provost accepts new role at Bloomfield
College named in Money Magazine's Best Colleges rankings
Institution receives "A-" value-added grade in annual results
Bloomfield welcomes new graduates at annual Commencement Ceremonies
Distinguished guests help celebrate new alumni