Brookdale Community College and Georgian Court University have a 3+1 agreement which means students can complete 90 credits at Brookdale and then seamlessly transition to classes at Georgian Court to finish the remaining 30 credits for their bachelor’s degree. This is the first 3+1 agreement in the state between a community college and a private university, and it allows students to complete three years at Brookdale and then one year at Georgian court. “College students today are... read more
Brookdale Community College celebrated the official opening of the new School of Therapeutic Massage and Holistic Health with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 10. Dr. Joan Scocco, dean of... read more
Who We Are… At The Tutoring Center at the Bankier Library Learning Commons, students can get help developing effective study skills and working on their coursework and assignments. The Tutoring... read more
Brookdale Community College and Georgian Court University signed a 3+1 articulation agreement enabling Brookdale graduates to take up to an additional 30 credits at Brookdale and apply them to a... read more
Brookdale Community College and The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) signed a transfer agreement on November 14 that will enable Brookdale Honors students who complete their degree at Brookdale and meet... read more
The theme of the Fall 2019 Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Student Success Conference was celebrating first-generation college students. The Conference was held on November 8th, the same day other... read more
Brookdale Community College and Rockit Live Foundation kicked off their new partnership with rock and roll and art. Steven Van Zandt, and his dog Edie, in front of his portrait that was on... read more
Exhibit of world renowned photographer Mark Weiss and his collaboration with artist Steve Lacy scheduled for November 8, 9 and 11 As part of its collaboration with Brookdale Community College, the... read more
Student Services Transition to an Online Environment
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Brookdale Community College needed to transition to an entirely remote learning environment while still ensuring students were provided not only with the high educational standards they were used to in the classroom but also had access to all the student services they were accustomed to utilizing and contributed to their success. “I think we are doing better than any other community college in the state with transitioning our student services,” said Dr. ... read more
Brookdale Students are On Their Game
Despite all the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and the transition to remote learning for all classes, Brookdale Community College students are still exceeding expectations. “I am extremely impressed and proud of the work the students have done this semester given the unique challenges we are all facing,” said Dustin Milotte, Brookdale’s GAME 105: Introduction to Unity instructor. Unity is a game engine that is free for students. “This class is designed to be accessible to ... read more
Brookdale Student Veronique Manfredini Named to the 2020 New Jersey All-State Academic Team
Brookdale Community College student Veronique Manfredini was named to the 2020 New Jersey All-State Academic Team. The New Jersey Council of County Colleges (NJCCC) annually honors students from the state’s community colleges by naming them to the New Jersey All-State Academic Team. These outstanding students, all members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK), are recognized for their academic achievement as well as their community contributions. This year, 38 students were named to ... read more
Brookdale Student Victoria Santos Named to the 2020 New Jersey All-State Academic Team
Brookdale Community College student Victoria Santos was named to the 2020 New Jersey All-State Academic Team. Annually, the New Jersey Council of County Colleges (NJCCC) honors students from each of the state’s 18 community colleges who are named to the New Jersey All-State Academic Team. Normally these outstanding students, all members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK), are celebrated at an Annual Community College Scholars Celebration. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ... read more
Student Spotlight: Marie Rhinow
When Brookdale Community College student Marie Rhinow received an email from the college explaining the Nestle plant in Freehold needed temporary employees to assist with taking temperatures of their staff, she immediately applied because she saw it as an opportunity to help others during these unprecedented times. “Screening the staff and preventing those potentially infected from entering the plant is huge,” said Rhinow, who started the job at the Nestle plant ... read more
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