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Bloomfield College Recognizes Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation, Alumnae
The Newcombe Foundation has given more than $1.2 million in scholarship support to the College. A luncheon was hosted by Bloomfield College on Saturday, September 23, 2017.
Bloomfield College Students Honored at Dean's List and Academic Awards Ceremony
130 students were recognized for their academic achievements at the Dean’s List & Academic Awards Ceremony in the Westminster Arts Center’s Van Fossan Theatre.
Bloomfield College Hosts Record-Breaking Open House
Over 550 guests attended. Prospective students came from all over the Tri-state area and brought a vast array of academic interests.
Bloomfield College Professor Holds Reading, Book Signing on Campus
Dr. Vania Penha-Lopes, professor of Sociology, has authored the book a book based on her sociological study of the first class of graduating affirmative action students from the State University of Rio de Janeiro.
Bloomfield College Students Network with Companies at Career Fair
25 employers from various industries met with Bloomfield College students for part-time, full-time, and internship positions.
Dedication Ceremony Held at Foley Field for Bloomfield College Message Board
On Monday, September 25, 2017, The Foley Field Foundation held a dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting for the Bloomfield College Digital Message Board.
Bloomfield College Kicks Off 150th Anniversary Celebration
In 2018, the College will celebrate its 150th Anniversary. On September 14, the campus community launched its yearlong 150th Anniversary celebration.

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Construction is underway for a new 80,434 square foot, four story residence hall at the corner of Broad and Franklin Streets in Bloomfield Township. The expansion project will create sustainable space with dormitories and classrooms plus approximately 7,600 square feet of office/commercial/retail options at street level. Projected opening for the new building is September 2014 with the expectation of LEED silver certification.

Bookseller Barnes and Noble will reside in over 5,000 square feet of the Franklin Street building with a new bookstore, café and convenience shop that will be open to the public and the campus community.

 

   Features of the Franklin Street Residence:

  • 1, 4 and 8 bed apartments for students and college guests
  • 6 study rooms, lounges, activity centers and multi-purpose areas
  • Student fitness center,  movie theater, rooftop courtyard and garage 

 

     

         

     

 

 

       

 

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