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Brookdale Student Awarded First Ever Cybersecurity Scholarship

Second-year computer science major Michael Giacona has joined an elite group of community college students from across the country this year as a new member of the National Science Foundation‘s (NSF) Scholarships for Service (SFS) program. Giacona, 19, will receive a full-ride scholarship for his final year at Brookdale, along with a $22,500 stipend and an allowance […]

Foundation Offers New Scholarships for STEM Students

Brookdale STEM students may be eligible for a $200 book scholarship this spring, thanks to a new scholarship program offered by the Brookdale Foundation. Applications are now being accepted for the scholarship, which is open to all full-time Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students with 3.0 GPA and a financial need. Successful applicants will receive a […]

‘Live at Lunch’ Kicks Off International Education Week

Students and employees came together for an afternoon of Latin American food, music and performance art on Nov. 15 during a special Live at Lunch engagement hosted in the Student Life Center. The program, hosted by the International Education Center (IEC) and the Office of Student Life and Activities, helped kick off 2016 International Education […]

Golf Outing Raises Record Amount for Brookdale Scholarships

A record number of golfers and community sponsors came together in support of local students at the Brookdale Community College Foundation’s 37th annual Education Open, held Sept. 15 at Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club in Farmingdale. The tournament raised $68,407 for Brookdale scholarships and student services, the largest amount ever collected since the tournament was […]

Brookdale Launches New Global Citizenship Initiative

Beginning this fall, Brookdale students have a new opportunity to broaden their horizons and strengthen their college transcript by earning a Global Citizenship Distinction upon graduation. The initiative, sponsored by professor Terry Konn, the International Education Center and members of Brookdale’s Global Citizenship Project (GCP), allows students to accrue “points” throughout the school year by engaging in […]

New Children’s Learning Center to Offer Student Discounts

From term papers and exams to work demands and family responsibilities, college students have a lot on their plate. For student-parents, who also have to balance the full-time job of raising a child, college can seem downright daunting. Beginning this fall, however, Brookdale student-parents will be able to breathe a little easier. The Montessori Children’s Learning Center (MCLC), […]

International Students Join Brookdale Community

More than 30 students from across the globe were welcomed to the Lincroft campus on Aug. 29 during a pre-semester orientation program offered by Brookdale’s International Education Center (IEC). The new Brookdalians, hailing from countries including China, India, Jamaica, Italy and Pakistan, join a community of more than 150 international students currently studying at the college. Attendees […]

Brookdale, NJ TRANSIT Announce Improved Bus Routes

Big improvements are coming for students who take NJ TRANSIT to Brookdale. Beginning on Sept. 3, NJ TRANSIT will unveil new and adjusted bus routes in Monmouth and Middlesex counties that will offer more frequent service, longer hours of operation, fewer required connections and direct access for students attending classes in Lincroft and Hazlet. During the Brookdale Board […]

Golf Outing to Raise Money for Brookdale Scholarships

Community members and local businesses are invited to tee off in support of local students at the Brookdale Foundation’s 37th annual Education Open Golf Tournament, set for Thursday, Sept. 15 at Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club in Farmingdale. The event will feature a full day of golf on Eagle Oaks’ 18-hole championship course, a catered […]

Brookdale Alum Puts Skills to Work in Panama

It was the summer of 2013, and Ocean Township resident Hunter Koperweis was looking for an opportunity to travel before officially enrolling at Brookdale the following fall. He had heard of a ten-day study abroad program in Brazil, led by Brookdale faculty and the college’s International Education Center, and decided to give it a shot. […]

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