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Students Take a Break During Anti-Stress Week

Between coursework, final exams, home and work obligations and the approaching holiday season, December can be a stressful time for college students. To help relieve some of that pressure, Brookdale’s Office of Student Life and Activities (SLA) partnered with the Counseling Department, the Bankier Library and staff from the college’s Higher Education Centers to offer a week-long […]

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 […]

Students Draw From Experience During Visiting Artist Series

Brookdale students spent time with two accomplished professional artists this month during a series of workshops and guest lectures offered as part of the 2016 Visiting Artist Series. The initiative – sponsored by the Monmouth County Arts Council, the Brookdale Innovation Grant (BIG) program, and the Brookdale Art Department – featured free workshops and discussions led by jewelry and metal […]

Student Wins MTVU Contest, Headed to SXSW

Brookdale student Demi Vernikov is looking forward to an exciting Spring Break this March, when she travels to the annual South By Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas to attend the 2017 MTVU Woodie Awards. The all-expenses-paid trip comes courtesy of MTVU’s “Spin and Win” contest, which allows college students across the country to enter for […]

‘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 […]

Students React to Historic Election

Following a dizzying year of political campaigning, contentious debates and one of the most divisive presidential contests in recent memory, a capacity crowd of students, employees and community members came together in Lincroft on Nov. 8 to watch the grand finale of the 2016 presidential race during a college-wide Election Night Party in the Student Life Center. Organized by students […]

Alumni Return to Offer Guidance, Support to Students

Four high achieving Brookdale graduates returned to the college on Nov. 1 to offer advice and support to current students as part of the biannual “Career Connections” program, sponsored by the Brookdale Alumni Association, Career and Leadership Development, and the Office of Student Life and Activities. Licensed psychologist Dr. Madine DeSantis; employee benefits consultant Jack McNamara; […]

Women’s Soccer Captures Fourth Straight Region XIX Title

The Brookdale women’s soccer team captured their fourth straight Region XIX title after defeating the Cougars of Camden County College, 3-0. Sophomore forward Heather Arbachesky scored the game winning goal off a pass from sophomore forward Amanda Karabin in the 26th minute of play. Sophomore midfielder Endila Radoncic notched the second goal on a follow-up […]

Standout Students Honored at EOF Awards Breakfast

Dozens of students from Brookdale’s Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program received some well deserved recognition on Oct. 28 during the 2016 EOF Recognition Breakfast, held in the Student Life Center. Before a capacity crowd of faculty, staff, administrators and classmates, nearly 75 students were honored for making the Dean’s List, enrolling in the EOF program or completing enough […]

Top Banking Official Speaks With Brookdale Students

Regardless of their major or career goals, nearly all young college students share one common concern: money. From financial aid and tuition payments to rent, car insurance and cell phone bills, aspiring college graduates are often balancing big responsibilities on small, part-time wages. To help students navigate their undergraduate years – and prepare for a […]

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