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2013 Alumna Establishes First Scholarship at Bloomfield College
Just six years after earning her degree, Danielle Patterson has established The Danielle C. Patterson '13 G.A.P Scholarship.
Bloomfield College Shares Summer Issue of "On The Green"
The latest issue of On The Green features a special Q&A and photo shoot with Dr. Marcheta P. Evans and Richard A. Levao, President Emeritus.
Bloomfield College, PBA Raise Money for Veterans During Tank Pull Challenge
Bloomfield College and the Bloomfield PBA joined forces in The Tank Pull Challenge. The team raised $1,500 for veterans.
Bloomfield College Names Lecture Hall After Philanthropic Trustee
Bloomfield College is excited to announce that College Hall 016 has been renamed Marren Lecture Hall, after Trustee Joanne T. Marren.
An Online Bookstore is Coming to Bloomfield College
This student-focused move, which will replace the institution’s current physical bookstore, will streamline online ordering and supply superior customer service.
Bloomfield College Announces Certificate Programs in Court Reporting
Beginning in the fall, these stackable certificate programs will prepare students for careers in closed captioning and transcript writing (certificate one), and judicial court reporting (certificate two).
Dr. Marcheta Evans: Bloomfield College's History-Making 17th President
On June 1, Dr. Marcheta P. Evans officially became the 17th president of Bloomfield College. Dr. Evans is both the first woman and African American to lead the College in its 150-year history.

Bloomfield College Women's Basketball to Team Up with Go 4 the Goal, Raise Awareness for Pediatric Cancer

Bloomfield College women's basketball
By Alicia Cook and Gladstone Harris
 
This Saturday (Dec. 1), the Bloomfield College women's basketball team will host Lincoln University while raising funds for Go 4 the Goal, an organization that strives to help children with cancer. Goal 4 the Goal provides financial support, develops and implements unique hospital programs, funds innovative research, and grants personal wishes for children with cancer.
 
The Bloomfield College women's basketball team will wear gold laces for the game in support of Lace Up 4 Pediatric Cancer, which was established in 2011 as a response to athletic teams in New Jersey that wanted to show their commitment to the fight against pediatric cancer.  
 
Proceeds collected from Saturday's 2:00 p.m. non-conference, regional match-up against the Lions will be donated to provide support for pediatric cancer patients and their families in local New Jersey areas. We invite you to be in attendance and help us with this cause as we show how Bears Care.
 
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