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Featuring the Z3mog Trio and Bloomfield’s own CAT Professor Abraham Gomez-Delgado, with fellow musicians Maria Christina Eisen on sax and Pablo Bencid on drums.
The agreement will admit Bloomfield College students majoring in Biology or Chemistry/Biochemistry into the Fast Track to Pharmacy (PharmD) Program at FDU following their junior year at Bloomfield College
According to analysis of U.S. Department of Education data, The Chronicle of Higher Education has ranked Bloomfield College ninth nationally out of 621 four-year private institutions that persist in getting more students to graduate in five or six years.
Jonathan B. Simon is the newest member of the Bloomfield College Board of Trustees.
After a successful summer internship with Johnson & Johnson, the computer science major and Newark native was accepted into Johnson & Johnson’s full-time development program.
The list - which features politicians, public officials, actresses, and athletes - places the Bloomfield College President in the number 4 spot.
Essex County Cops 4 Kids presented Bloomfield College student Michael Giordano with numerous accolades at their annual award ceremony.
Seven students from the College’s WBCR radio station have been nominated for two national radio awards by the Interscholastic Broadcasting System competition.
To our worldwide Bloomfield College community, we send you warm wishes for a happy holiday season! Please enjoy this holiday message and our annual year-end recap. See you in 2020!
Bloomfield College President, Marcheta P. Evans, Ph.D, is characterized as a champion for career opportunities for marginalized students in an article recently published on Politico.com.
On Friday, December 6, Dr. Marcheta P. Evans will be formally inaugurated as the President of Bloomfield College. Here's where to live stream the ceremony.
Rep. Payne, Jr. spoke about the benefits of minority-serving institutions and historically black colleges and universities, while acknowledging the work of Bloomfield College
All gifts made between today and December 6, no matter the amount, will serve as a symbol of your belief in Bloomfield College students and the leadership of Dr. Marcheta P. Evans, the College's first woman and African-American President.
On Thursday, November, 21, the Bloomfield College community came together and hosted two special Thanksgiving dinners on its campus.
Creative Arts & Technology professor, GJ Lee, received the Game Changer Award from IndieCade. The Game Changer Award celebrates those who have impacted the gaming landscape in a significant way.
Bloomfield College will hold a number of Thanksgiving dinner gatherings for nursing students, international students, and all students on Thursday, November 21.
Bloomfield College celebrated its third annual First Generation College Day on November 5. More than half of the student body at Bloomfield College are the first in their families to attend college.

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. at Bloomfield High School’s Doris E. Gilbert Auditorium, located at 160 Broad Street in Bloomfield.

Bloomfield College was one of four institutions recognized for its commitment to improving nursing education at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s 2019 Academic Nursing Leadership Conference.
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.

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