With funding from the Predominantly Black Institution (PBI) Program Formula Grant, the lower floor of the library, next to the media center, became a new space designed to enhance information literacy, promote discussion and collaborative work among students, hold workshops, and conduct presentations.
Several students at Bloomfield College have submitted videos in the Financial Awareness Video Competition sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The year, Bloomfield College Students created three submissions to the contest.
There exists a nationwide effort to draw more students into the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) subjects. Leading the way, the Roche Foundation has given Bloomfield College a second gift to continue the work in bringing interested students into the STEM careers, especially first-generation students and underrepresented populations.
Each month, the Center for Student Leadership and Engagement publishes a calendar full of events and activities for Bloomfield College students. From discussion groups and information fairs to Student Goverment Meetings and even trips off campus, the CSLE Event Calendar provides students with tons of ways get involved!