Brookdale is the county college of Monmouth County, New Jersey – a diverse county with approximately 648,000 residents. Brookdale offers AA, AFA, AS, and AAS degrees in 67 academic programs including options, 4 Academic Credit Certificates, and 11 Academic Credit Certificates of Achievement. In addition, non-degree courses/non-credit courses are offered through Brookdale’s Office of Continuing & Professional Studies. This division also provides courses that are specially tailored to meet the training needs of local businesses.

Most of the credit and non-credit programs are offered at our centrally-located main campus in Lincroft, as well as regional locations in Freehold, Wall Township, Neptune, and Long Branch. Classes and training can also be made available in places of work or in local high schools. Brookdale also offers fully online degree programs in Business Administration, English, History, Liberal Arts, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Social Sciences. A fully online Academic Credit Certificate of Achievement is available in Cybersecurity.

For more information on Brookdale, start at the Brookdale home page to get information on programs, admissions, and registration, term schedules, business and community programs, etc.

Listed below are select data on Brookdale’s enrollment and student body.

Credit Enrollment, Fall 2023
Matriculated (degree-seeking)
7,898
Non-degree
2,018

Total

9,916

 

Credit Enrollment by Status, Fall 2023
Full-Time
4,029
Part-Time
5,887

Total

9,916

 

Credit Enrollment by Gender, Fall 2023
               No.
               %
Male
4,607
46.5
Female
5,309
53.5
Total
9,916
100.0

 

Credit Enrollment by Age, Fall 2023
Age Group
                 No.
               %
21 or younger
6,901
69.6
22 – 30
1,986
20.0
31 – 45
697
7.0
46 – 64
229
2.3
65 +
66
0.7
Unknown
37
0.4
Total
9,916
100.0

 

Credit Enrollment by Race / Ethnicity, Fall 2023
                 No.
         %
American Indian
71
0.7
Asian / Pacific Islander
631
6.4
Black / African American
866
8.7
Hispanic / Latino
2,298
23.2
White
5,497
55.4
Unknown
553
5.6
Total
9,916
100.0

 

Matriculated (Degree-Seeking) Students by Type of Program, Fall 2023
Students in Transfer Programs
6,387
Students in Career Programs
1,435
Students in Certificate Programs
76
Total Matriculated Students
7,898
Class of 2023

1,443 degrees were conferred on 1,428 graduates
between July 1, 2022, and June 30, 2023

Class of 2023: Degrees Awarded by Degree Type

Associate in Arts (AA)                            604

Associate in Science (AS)                       507

Associate in Fine Arts (AFA)                    7

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)      308

Certificate                                                     17

Total Degrees Awarded                    1,443

Continuing & Professional Studies for Fiscal Year 2023 (6/30/22 – 7/1/23)

Noncredit Open Enrollment:

7,480 enrollments (duplicated headcount); reflecting 4,309 individuals. Approximately four out of 10 (2,896 or 38.3%) enrollments were in vocational or career-oriented courses, and 6 out of 10 (4,614 or 61.7%) were in avocational or “leisure” courses. The 4,309 individuals enrolled for a total of 240,582 contact hours or 534.6 FTEs.

Customized Training Courses:

202 course sections were delivered to 146 different companies and schools;
2,005 participants enrolled for a total of 41,573 hours of training

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Diversity Statement:
As an academic institution, Brookdale facilitates the free exchange of ideas, upholds the virtues of civil discourse, and honors diverse perspectives informed by credible sources. Our College values all students and strives for inclusion and safety regardless of a student’s disability, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, country of origin, immigration status, religious affiliation, political orientation, socioeconomic standing, and veteran status.