What was once a dream is now a reality. Following years of planning, design, grant applications and construction, dozens of area dignitaries, elected officials and college representatives gathered at Brookdale’s Wall Campus on Sept. 12 to cut the ribbon on the college’s new 37,000-square-foot Wall West classroom building. The building – boasting 14 classrooms, two science […]
More than 200 community members, area dignitaries and college officials came together in Lincroft on Aug. 31 to recognize the Summer 2017 graduates of Brookdale’s Continuing and Professional Studies (CPS) division. Nearly 60 graduates from 12 different career training programs – including welding, patient care technician, veterinary assistant, medical assistant, and business office support specialist – were presented […]
Only a few months ago, Matthew Kennelly would have described himself as “lost.” Like many recent college graduates, the 22-year-old Lincroft native found himself with a degree but little direction – no true passion to follow or dream career to chase down. By chance, he saw an ad in the paper for a free welding training […]
Officials and dignitaries from across the state came together on June 9 to recognize the historic achievements of Brookdale’s 2014 women’s soccer team, which became the only squad in college history to win back-to-back national championships with an NJCAA Division III title win last fall. Brookdale President Maureen Murphy, Director of Athletics Shawn Noël and deans […]
With the adoption of the 2015 Monmouth County budget, property owners will pay a total of $4.53 million more in taxes to support the operation of the county.
Earlier this week, an unnamed source in college administration reported that Richard J. Pfeffer, Dean of Students, will be switching positions with the Dean of the Freehold Campus, David M. Stout.
Faculty and staff members at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, are joining forces in an effort to have their voices heard following a reduction in force that was recently approved by the college’s board of trustees.
I feel like I just got punched in the gut by Mike Tyson.
The Brookdale Community College board of trustees voted 11-1 to approve the president’s proposal for a reduction in force that eliminates 47 positions at the college.
Brookdale Community College’s Board of Trustees Thursday night approved a plan by President Maureen Murphy to cut jobs at the college to fill a $5.5 million budget hole.