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Bloomfield College Alumni Reunite at Homecoming
Over 225 alumni and friends attended Homecoming and Reunion on Saturday, October 12, to celebrate and reconnect.
Montclair Art Museum Offers Bloomfield College Students Free Access to Current Exhibition, Artist Talk
To enter the exhibition throughout its run, and the artist talk on October 24, all Bloomfield College students need to present at the door are their student ID cards.
Bloomfield College Student Has Life-Changing Experience While Interning in D.C.
“Internships are so significant,” said Arianah Bell. “You gain skills and experience you can never get just by sitting in a classroom. Book theory is important, but internships provide real-world application of those theories.”
Bloomfield College Announces the Presidential Inauguration of Dr. Marcheta P. Evans
Bloomfield College will celebrate its past, present, and future during the Inauguration of President Marcheta P. Evans, Ph.D., on Friday, December 6, at 10:00 a.m.
Bloomfield College Unveils New E-Sports Center
On Wednesday, October 9, Bloomfield College unveiled its new Bloomfield Bears E-Sports Center on campus. Located in Talbott Hall.
New College Salary Report Ranks Bloomfield College Among Best in NJ
Bloomfield College has been ranked 4th in NJ and 52nd nationally out of 679 institutions that offer health science and nursing degrees. The College landed nationally in the top 8% of those ranked for this particular sector.
Dr. Marcheta P. Evans Talks Life and History-Making Presidency with Bloomfield College Radio Station
Dr. Marcheta P. Evans, Bloomfield College President, was interviewed by Doug Doyle, News Director of WBGO studios at the College on Thursday, September 26.

Bloomfield College Men's Basketball Honored in Historic Awards Announcement

Bloomfield College is proud to announce player Kavione Green ’19 has been named the 2019 CACC Player of the Year and the Defensive Player of the Year. For the first time since becoming an NCAA Division II program, Bloomfield College boasts a single men's basketball player winning both of these titles in the same season.
 
Green had a terrific all-around season in helping to lead Bloomfield to a 19-9 overall record during the regular season and a 17-2 mark in league play, as the Bears locked up the CACC North Division Championship and the No. 1 overall seed in this week's CACC Men's Basketball Championship.
 
He ranks sixth in the league in scoring at 19.3 points per game, while topping the CACC at 11.0 rebounds an outing. Green ranks second in the league in total points scored at 540. He also ranks in the top 10 in several other categories including steals (8th, 44), blocks (10th, 21), field goals made (3rd, 197), three-point field goals made (6th, 62) and three-point percentage (5th, 40.3%).
 
Gerald Holmes, Head Coach of men's basketball, has been named CACC Coach of the Year for the 2nd consecutive year. Holmes has been Head Coach at the College for 17 years. The mastermind behind one of the East Region's elite programs, Holmes has guided Bloomfield College to seven CACC Tournament championships, with the program earning eight trips to the NCAA Tournament during his tenure. Reaching the East Regional Final in both the 2010-11, 2011-12 AND 2017-18 seasons, Bloomfield College became the first CACC program (men's or women's) to capture an East Regional championship in '10-'11, earning the first berth to the NCAA Division II Basketball's Elite Eight in conference history.  A three-time All-Met Basketball Coach of the Year, Coach Holmes earned his first CACC Coach of the Year nod during the 2008-09 season, second during the 2013-14 campaign and third after last year’s 2017-18 campaign.
 
March 5 marked the opening round to the CACC post-season Tournament. Overall No. 1 seed Bloomfield College (North #1) downed South No. 4 Wilmington University by a count of 105-86, advancing the College to the semifinal round to be played at Caldwell this Saturday. The Bears shot 52 percent from the field. 
 
Kavione Green poured in a team-high 31 points to lead the Bears to the opening-round win over the Wildcats. He also ripped down 13 rebounds, as the Bears held a commanding 55-28 advantage on the glass. Keith Washington also got into the double-double act for Bloomfield with 11 points and 16 assists. Washington was named to the All-CACC 2nd Team.
 
Bloomfield College has a chance at its 8th CACC Championship in 15 years.
 
Go, Bears!