Individuals must fill out a pre-screening health questionnaire each day for authorized access to on-campus buildings and facilities.
Spring 2021 Screening Center Schedules
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. (Mon – until 7:15 p.m.)
Tuesday: 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m
Friday: 7:00 a.m. -12:00 noon
Monday – Thursday 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Wed until 8:15 p.m.)
Friday: 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Auto Tech LOBBY
Monday and Wednesday: 8:30 a.m.-12 noon; 12:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-12 noon; 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
Note: Evening Auto Tech students will use the ATC screening center for temperature check and access to the Auto Tech building
Culinary Education Ctr: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 7:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Wall Regional Location
Schedule varies based on class schedule
- Brookdale Community College Cares Act Fund
- Brookdale Community College Federal CARES Act Emergency Fund Grants to Students Report October 30, 2020
- Brookdale Community College Federal CARES Act Emergency Fund Grant Institutional Support October 30 2020
- Brookdale Community College Federal CARES Act Emergency Fund Grant Institutional Support December 31, 2020
- Brookdale Community College Federal CARES Act Emergency Fund Grant Institutional Support March 31, 2020
Fall Update and Governor Murphy’s latest executive order/August 17, 2020 Message
We anxiously await the beginning of the fall semester in several weeks and assure you that we’ve been busily preparing for you to pursue your educational goals in a safe academically-sound environment. Over the summer, our faculty have enhanced their course materials and remote teaching techniques. Our student services and academic support staff have been working nonstop to ensure that our students have the resources necessary to achieve your goals. Additionally, our COVID Response Team has diligently developed and implemented an extensive safety plan as directed by Governor Murphy.
You may have heard that Governor Murphy issued Executive Order 175 on August 12, 2020. This executive order supersedes his previous executive orders that closed public and private schools, including colleges and universities. Executive Order 175 essentially permits schools and colleges to re-open and offer in-person experiences that comply with safe re-opening plans.
As I have previously communicated, Brookdale’s safe re-opening plan has been fully vetted by our College community and the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education. Accordingly, we will continue to operate primarily remotely in Fall 2020, offering a full range of online, remote-live, and hybrid classes. Brookdale’s online and remote instruction has a very strong reputation, largely due to our exceptional faculty and staff, as well as the support of our stellar Teaching & Learning Center. When you view your schedule online in WebAdvisor (or search for classes if you have not yet registered), the specific type of course, and meeting day/time requirements are listed in the “Meeting Information” column:
- Courses designated as “Online – Remote Live Classes” will include specific days and times you will be expected to log in and meet with your class online.
- Courses designated as “Online -Fully Online” do not have a day/time meeting requirement. These courses will require that you log into Canvas on the first day of the semester and review the expectations of your professor, including dates and times when course work must be completed.
- Sections designated as “Online – Remote Hybrid” will include a mix of specific log in times in which you will meet with your class, and independent or smaller group work. Your instructor will provide further information on the first day of classes.
A very limited number of in-person classes are scheduled in subject areas that cannot be completed online, such as Culinary Arts and Automotive Technology. For these programs, access to buildings and facilities will continue to be limited. Only authorized students, employees, and visitors will be permitted to access our buildings in order to maximize a safe environment. Our extensive protocols for in-person classes will follow CDC guidance and State Department of Health requirements such as socially distanced seating, face covering requirements, and frequent cleaning of high touch surfaces. These protocols are explained in our limited reopening plan which remains in effect. I urge you to review this plan again, as well as the resources listed below.
For additional information related to COVID-19:
- Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at www.cdc.gov for information related to prevention efforts, hand washing and hygiene, face coverings, symptoms, quarantine, testing, etc. The CDC site also contains videos on a broad range of topics.
- Visit our CDC videos page to view a selection of videos and search the CDC site for additional topics and videos.
- Visit the New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub, www.covid19.nj.gov for information on several topics, including states on New Jersey’s travel advisory list due to higher rates of transmission. Travelers returning from the affected states are advised to quarantine for 14 days.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
Thank you for your ongoing patience and cooperation in ensuring the safety and well-being of all our community members.
David Stout, Ph.D.
Brookdale Community College
- Information for Students
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- Information for Employees
- Infectious Disease Regulation
- Timeframe for Self-Isolation/Quarantine Based on Testing Results
- New Procedures for Access to Site Effective Monday, July 20
- Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- Division of Pensions and Benefits SHBP/SEHBP COVID-19 Response
- Pandemic Planning and Response
- October 26 Employee Announcement
- Also of Interest
- Important Information
- Last week in New Jersey
- Last week in New Jersey (En Español)
- More N.J. schools are planning to reopen with all-remote learning. Here’s the latest list
- N.J.’s major power companies ending moratorium against shutting off service for non-payment in October
- Lawmaker Aims to Release More Inmates in Pandemic and Other Outbreaks
- In Response to COVID, NJ Moves to Pay Long-Term Care Workers More
- Reopening N.J. Gyms Still Isn’t Safe. Health Experts Tell Us Why
- Major police reform will happen, leaders said during a live NJ.com webcast
- NJ State Government/Governor’s Actions
- NJ Testing Sites News
- Monmouth Family Health Center COVID-19 Testing (For Portuguese Speakers)
- Free Monmouth County COVID testing: Long Branch (July + August)
- AHNJ COVID-19 Testing Sites (Monmouth County Locations Pages 8-9)
- VNACJ COVID-19 testing available in Asbury Park, Keyport, Freehold and Red Bank
- Hackensack Meridian Health COVID-19 Testing and Antibody Testing (Freehold, Neptune and more, additional pop-up locations)
- NJ Public COVID-Testing Sites & Information
- Complete list of CVS Testing Locations
- COVID-19 Information Resources
- Monmouth County COVID-19 Website
- New Jersey Small Business Development Centers (COVID-19 Response Advising and Information)
- Monmouth County Pandemic Resource Guide
- Mental Health and COVID-19 Resources
- CDC Website
- NJ COVID-19 Website
- NJ Department of Health Website
- NJ COVID-19 Disinformation Prevention Website
- Monmouth ACTS Financial Recovery Initiative
- Vaccine Eligibility
Dear NJVSS Registrant,
Effective Monday, March 29, 2021, additional individuals that live, work, or are educated in New Jersey are now eligible to receive the vaccine.
These new categories include essential workers in the following sectors:
- Food production, agriculture, and food distribution, including grocery store workers and restaurant staff
- Eldercare and eldercare support staff
- Warehousing and logistics
- Social service workers and support staff
- Elections personnel
- Hospitality, including casino workers and hotel/lodging staff
- Medical supply chain
- Postal and shipping service
- Judicial system
Beginning April 5, 2021, even more people will be eligible for the vaccine, including the following:
- All individuals aged 55+
- All Individuals 16 and over with intellectual and developmental disabilities:
- Developmental disabilities are a group of conditions due to an impairment in physical, learning, language, or behavior areas.
- Essential workers in the following sectors:
- Communications, IT, and media workers, including communications infrastructure support (engineers, technicians) and members of the press
- Laundry service workers, including workers in laundromats, laundry services, and dry cleaners
- Real estate, building, and home service workers, including construction workers, code officials, plumbers, electricians, HVAC technicians, property management, and maintenance workers
- Retail financial institution workers, including bank tellers, lending service, public accounting, and check cashing workers.
- Sanitation workers, including workers providing disinfection and janitorial services for all essential facilities and modes of transportation; city sanitation workers; residential, commercial, and industrial solid and hazardous waste removal.
- Utility workers, including electrical generation and supply system, natural gas delivery, nuclear power plant, water supply, telephone, cable/fiber optical/broadband/cellular service workers
- Higher Education workers, including educators and support staff
- Librarians, including support staff at municipal, county, and state libraries (i.e. those not included in K-12 announcement)
For a complete list of who is currently eligible for the vaccine, click here for more information.
Getting the Vaccine if You Are Eligible
If you are eligible for the vaccine, please keep an eye out for an email notifying you of an available appointment in the Vaccine Scheduling System. If you prefer not to wait for an appointment through NJVSS, there are additional ways to get vaccinated:
- You can make an appointment directly with a vaccination location that does not use the Vaccine Scheduling System. Click here to view these locations.
- If you are a Veteran or live or work at a VA facility, you may be eligible for vaccines through the VA. Click here to learn more from the VA.
Dedicated Vaccine Appointment Assistance for Seniors (Aged 65+)
Individuals aged 65 and older can now call a special senior hotline at 856–249–7007 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for vaccination scheduling support. Dedicated appointment slots are reserved for those aged 65 and older. Appointment availability and scheduling varies by location.
Find more information
- You can visit covid19.nj.gov/vaccine or call 855–568–0545
- For weekly updates on COVID-19 news, subscribe to the State’s weekly COVID-19 newsletter
- You can also follow @NJDeptofHealth, @NJGov, and @GovMurphy on social media