The graduates of two of Brookdale’s health care training programs were recognized in a special pinning ceremony on May 9 in the Robert J. Collins Arena. Twenty-four graduates of the Radiologic Technology program and 14 Respiratory Care graduates were pinned before a capacity crowd at the annual Allied Health Pinning Ceremony. Brian Sandy, first-year Respiratory Care student, served as Master of Ceremonies. Dr. David Stout, president of Brookdale Community College delivered the welcome... read more
Over 500 prospective students and their families turned out on a grey and stormy spring day on April 15th for Brookdale’s annual Spring Open House. The warm welcome from Brookdale's Interim... read more
It was a night to recognize the unsung heroes of Monmouth County, while raising money to support the students who may one day take their place. The 33rd annual Wilbur Ray Scholarship Dinner, held... read more
Official College statement on recent classroom incident
As an educational institution, Brookdale is committed to academic freedom and freedom of expression. We respect the viewpoints of our students and faculty and strive to maintain classroom environments that are safe and welcoming where open discourse and civil debate are a valued part of the learning experience. In a recent class, a faculty member acted in an uncivil manner. We apologize to this student and to all students in the classroom for the way in which this faculty member behaved. The ... read more
Brookdale Announces 48th Annual Commencement Honorees
Brookdale Community College will honor six outstanding local residents and more than 2,000 local students during the college’s 48th annual commencement ceremony, held May 10 on the Lincroft campus. read more
Brookdale Students, Neptune Partner to Launch Community Garden
Community members of all ages are invited to the grand opening celebration for Neptune Township’s new Division Street Community Garden, held Sunday, April 22 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 130 Division St. read more
Local Experts to Host Panel Discussion on Opiate Crisis
Community members are invited to a free, expert-led panel discussion on the nation’s ongoing opiate epidemic at 6 p.m. on April 11 at Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. read more
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