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Brookdale Public Radio Half Kilometer Fun Run/Walk November 10

Join Brookdale Public Radio, 90.5 The Night, for fun, food and music at the Half Kilometer Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, November 10 from a 10 a.m. to noon on the Brookdale Community College campus in Lincroft, NJ. There will be events and activities for kids and the entire family. Visitors may take a tour of […]

Jersey Blues Win Region XIX District C Championship

The Brookdale women’s soccer team defeated Bucks County Community College by a score of 5-0 on Friday to win the Region XIX Tournament District C Championship. The victory raised the team’s record to 15-1 overall and 10-0 in Region play. The team was led by sophomore defender Madison Doria and freshman midfielder Haley Dalonzo who […]

Securing Our Children’s Future Ballot Question

During the week of October 29, New Jersey community colleges and county vocational technical schools will showcase some of the outstanding joint CTE opportunities they offer to prepare high school students and young adults for careers in high-demand industries. These career programs are examples of what could be funded by the Securing Our Children’s Future […]

Criminal Justice Club Speaker Series

Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden spoke yesterday to members of the Criminal Justice Club at Brookdale Community College as part of the group’s speaker series. Sheriff Golden provided an overview of his department and discussed preparing for careers in law enforcement.

Brookdale Community College Names Katelyn Amundson Director of Athletics
Katie Amundson Headshot

Brookdale Community College named Katelyn Amundson Director of Athletics. Affiliated with Brookdale Athletics for more than a decade, Amundson will continue to serve as head coach of the women’s soccer team. “Our student-athletes are dedicated to achieving their best in their studies and respective sports,” said Amundson, a resident of Holmdel, NJ. “They inspire me […]

Halloween Fun at Brookdale Community College Performing Arts Center in October with Aftermath and A Magic Adventure

Looking for some Halloween-themed family fun in Monmouth County throughout October? Brookdale Community College’s Performing Arts Center Haunted Theater presents Aftermath – a terrifying trip through interconnected mazes haunted by creatures, phobias, and images ripped from your worst nightmares. Experience zombies, witches, sadistic clowns, dangerous inmates, psychotic doctors and other horrific creatures that inhabit this […]

Golf Tournament Raises $60,000 for Student Scholarships

The Brookdale Community College Foundation’s 39th Annual Education Open Golf Tournament on September 27th at Eagle Oaks Golf & Country Club in Farmingdale, NJ raised $60,000 for Brookdale’s “Invest in Student Success” Scholarship Fund. “Brookdale is a gateway to thousands of Monmouth County residents each year who are pursuing their academic degrees, career training and […]

Rutgers-Brookdale Partnership Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

LINCROFT, NJ – On September 20, a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the Rutgers-Brookdale Partnership was held on the Brookdale Community College campus in Lincroft. As part of the expanded Brookdale-Rutgers University Partnership starting this fall, students will now be able to earn Rutgers University bachelor’s degrees at Brookdale Community College’s flagship campus in Lincroft. The […]

Brookdale Community College Foundation Elects New Officers

The Brookdale Community College Foundation Board of Trustees has approved its slate of officers for the next two years. Serving in the leadership roles are Bernadette N. Macko, President (Senior Vice President Director, Corporate Cash Management – Provident Bank); Karen Escobedo,  Vice President (Manager of Community Outreach, New Jersey Natural Gas); Michael Wicke, Sr.,  Treasurer […]

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 […]

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