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Three-time Emmy award winning journalist, Jim Axelrod, who joined the Board of Trustees at the College in 2014, has been named chief investigative and senior national correspondent at CBS.
Join Bloomfield College for the annual Homecoming and Alumni Reunion on Saturday, October 12, 2019!
Milka Ramos-Gallo '21 has started to accession and transcribe letters are from missionaries dated between 1800’s to early 1900’s, during the time the College was a seminary.
Over the summer, two Bloomfield College students participated in six-week enrichment programs geared toward undergraduate students interested pursuing a career in a health profession.
Danielle Patterson has donated much of her time to the College. Now, just 6 years after earning her degree, Patterson has established The Danielle C. Patterson '13 G.A.P Scholarship.

The latest issue of the College’s award-winning magazine has arrived. Available in both print and digital, the summer issue contains a special Q&A and photo shoot with Dr. Marcheta P. Evans, the College’s history-making 17th President, and Richard A.

Bloomfield College and the Bloomfield PBA came together and participated in The Tank Pull Challenge on Sunday, June 23, in Clifton.

Bloomfield College is excited to announce that College Hall 016 has been renamed Marren Lecture Hall, after Trustee Joanne T. Marren.

This student-focused move, which will replace the institution’s current physical bookstore, will streamline online ordering and supply superior customer service.
Beginning in the fall, these stackable certificate programs will prepare students for careers in closed captioning and transcript writing (certificate one), and judicial court reporting (certificate two).
On June 1, Dr. Marcheta P. Evans officially became the 17th president of Bloomfield College. Dr. Evans is both the first woman and African American to lead the College in its 150-year history.

Bloomfield College embraced 313 new alumni at the College’s 146th Commencement Ceremonies on Friday, May 17. This Commencement marked Richard A. Levao’s final as President.

Bloomfield College will celebrate its annual Commencement ceremony on Friday, May 17, at 9:30 a.m. on the College’s campus. This is a ticketed event for students and their families.

A dedicated member of both the Bloomfield College Board of Trustees and the Bloomfield College Alumni Association, John Skowronski '91 aims to foster student-alumni interactions with many different initiatives, including the creation of his scholarship, the John B. Skowronski '91 Communications Scholarship Fund.

Knock Knock Give a Sock is a non profit dedicated to reducing the stigma of homelessness. According to the website, socks are the most needed, but least donated articles of clothing to help the homeless.
The day exceeded expectations with 200+ donors, which included members of the Board of Trustees, alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends, raising over $32,000.
Today marks Bloomfield College's first Giving Day. The College's goal is not only to raise funds, but, to increase campus participation and pride for the institution.
Bloomfield College encourages its prospective students to sign up for free, personalized SAT Practice on Khan Academy.
The luncheon included a Phenomenal Women ceremony that recognized female staff or faculty members who are exceptional leaders and role models.
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