Welcome to Admissions!
Start here for everything you need to know!
Although we cannot physically be together at this time, the Admissions staff would still love to make a connection and show you how Brookdale is the perfect fit for so many students. Connect with us virtually and see for yourself! You can still achieve your educational goals and Brookdale will get you there!
Weekly information sessions with Admissions Representatives and Student Ambassadors are as follows:
First Time Students
Recent high school graduate or returning to school after some time off? This is the session for you!
Held on Tuesdays at either 9 am or 4 pm. Register for an upcoming session.
Thinking of transferring to Brookdale to continue working on achieving your goals? This is the session for you!
Held on Tuesdays at either 9 am or 4 9m. Register for an upcoming session.
Meet a member of the International Education Center staff to learn about the application process, our ESL and academic degree programs, and the student process.
Held by-weekly on Thursdays. Register for an upcoming session.
Self-Guided Campus Tours
Eager to see our beautiful Lincroft campus for yourself? Consider taking one of our self guided tours this summer!
Monday through Friday at 9 am, 12 noon, & 3 pm. Register here.
Come Experience Brookdale
Each year Brookdale offers spring and a fall open house. Attending one of these is the perfect way to learn everything about our programs and services, meet faculty and current students, virtually tour the campus, visit any department or labs you are interested in, and much more! You’ll also meet representatives of our college.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- What can I study?
- What do I do after I apply and I am admitted?
All new degree students will be evaluated for Reading, Writing, and Math placement based on an assessment of academic work including high school transcripts, SAT/ACT scores, and other exams. Steps to Enrollment
Once students have been placed, they will receive information on the process for enrolling, including student planning. Student Planning is an online self-service tool that allows students to search for courses, plan their schedule, register for classes, interact with an academic advisor/student success coach, and view their progress toward completing their degree requirements.
- Can I go to a 4-year school after Brookdale?
Absolutely. Brookdale partners with several 4-year institutions where you can continue working towards a 4-year degree. Explore more about Brookdale’s partnerships here: University Partnerships or other University Transfer Agreements Here or even Transfer to Many Other Out of State Institutions!