Spring Semester 2022


Registration is now open for:

15 – Week Term: January 19 – May 10

7 – Week A Term: January 19 – March 8

11 – Week Term: February 16 – May 10

7 – Week B Term: March 23 – May 10


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CURRENT STUDENTS REGISTER HERE

NEW STUDENTS START HERE


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Brookdale Offers


Offering courses in different formats to fit your needs:

In-Person:

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* Loaner laptops are available for students who need them. Please apply to request one.

 


 

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Partnerships

Our two-year programs are just the beginning of earning your bachelor’s degree. Today, over half of all bachelor’s degree recipients began their education at a community college.

Brookdale’s transfer agreements with Rutgers University, Georgian Court University, New Jersey City University, Thomas Edison State University, Southern New Hampshire University, and others guarantee that students with an associate degree will be able to transfer in as juniors. The 3+1 partnerships allow your junior year to be taken at Brookdale’s lower tuition rates.

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TUITION FREE COMMUNITY COLLEGE for those that qualify through the New Jersey Community College Opportunity Grant!

New Jersey Community College Opportunity Grant provides financial assistance to students who attend New Jersey’s community colleges.

DON’T MISS OUT – Brookdale is participating!

You may be eligible if you:

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Aid and Scholarships

When it comes to paying for college Brookdale is the smart choice to start your college education. The average student accumulates over $37,000 in student loan debt. Today, more than ever, students and parents are carefully considering finances as they relate to prospective colleges. The average amount saved per year by attending Brookdale compared to a public four-year university is $6,000. The average savings compared to a public four-year college out of state is $12,000 and the savings over a private college is $29,000. Those are annual savings. If it takes two years to get an associate’s degree, we are talking a savings of up to $58,000!