At the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, Bloomfield College rose to this unprecedented challenge and, after extending spring break, moved all classes online on Wednesday, March 18. Additionally, to assist incoming students, we waived or reduced application fees and enrollment deposits.
Since March, Bloomfield College has been working hard to gather resources and knowledge we can use in the midst of a global pandemic. Bloomfield College is equipped to persevere, and this crisis will not stop us from moving forward!
The safety and health of our students, faculty, and staff is our primary concern as we plan for the start of the semester.
Bloomfield College has every intention to reopen campus this fall with enhanced online and hybrid course offerings under social distancing and safety measures, provided the State of New Jersey meets all appropriate benchmarks set forth by Governor Murphy as part of his reopening plan. All the same, we are committed to working closely with our new and returning students to help ensure that current circumstances do not derail their academic and personal goals.
Bloomfield College is prepared to offer our amazing students an exceptional academic experience this fall. We continue following national and state safety recommendations and mandates and adapt our environment accordingly.
This page is dedicated to sharing up-to-date information with you. The Contingency Planning Task Force at Bloomfield College has developed a comprehensive restart plan to help ensure that students, faculty, staff, and administrators remain safe and well in this new world in which we are living.
The plan will be updated regularly to remain in line with Governor Murphy’s multi-stage approach to re-opening New Jersey. We will continue to provide updates as the fall term approaches and could not be more excited to welcome everyone back.
Restart Plan - Updated 8/5/2020