Update to the Spring Semester: Effective Monday, February 15, Bloomfield College will open a limited number of courses and sections for in-person instruction. Students will be contacted by their individual faculty.
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Catch Up & Get Ahead: Summer Sessions Registration
We're offering four different sessions to fit your needs. Courses are available for current students, visiting students, and even rising high school seniors. Current students can enjoy two classes for the price of one and use their Pell Grant to cover most of the cost! Learn more.
Bloomfield College Giving Day!
On April 22, join the Bloomfield College community in celebrating our 3rd annual Giving Day to support our students. Donations $25 and over will receive a Bloomfield College Face Mask! Make a gift.
Ranked Highest in NJ in Social Mobility
Bloomfield College is proud to be recognized as the leader in the state by U.S. News & World Report of National Liberal Arts Colleges. Read more.
New Apparel Store
The new place for Bloomfield College apparel is live. It's where school meets swag. Shop now.
Fall 2021 Application is Open!
There is no better time than now to apply to Bloomfield College, the only Predominantly Black and Hispanic Serving Institution in New Jersey. Apply today.
Bloomfield College Helps in Time of Need
The Frances M. McLaughlin Division of Nursing, the Division of Natural Science and Mathematics, and Custodial Services work together to donate protective gear for the COVID-19 response. Read more.
Lift Your Earning Potential
Bloomfield College has been ranked No. 1 in NJ at moving our students forward economically. We call our ability to improve students' lives The Bloomfield Lift. Read more.
Bloomfield Named No. 1 by Princeton Review
Game Design program is the best in the state and 35th in the country, according to publication's rankings.
Bloomfield College has been designated as an Institutional Affiliate on a multiyear project with the Council on Independent Colleges (CIC), “Legacies of American Slavery: Reckoning with the Past.” This initiative is designed to help CIC member institutions, their students and their communities explore the continuing impact of slavery on American life and culture.
President Marcheta P. Evans has announced the formation of a presidential Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force charged with examining all aspects of diversity, equity, and inclusion at the College.