NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
New Student Orientation sessions are hosted to provide new Brookdale students with all the tools you need to unlock your Keys to Success at Brookdale! New students can expect to receive postcards containing information about the upcoming orientation sessions over the next few weeks!
At a New Student Orientation session, both full and part-time new students will:
- make valuable connections with peers, student leaders and campus faculty/staff
- discover Brookdale’s academic support services
- learn how to navigate the responsibilities of college both in and out of the classroom
- explore opportunities to get involved in student clubs and organizations
- become energized and excited about being a Jersey Blue student
As a new Brookdale student, you are invited to attend one of our two New Student Orientation sessions being held in the Collins Arena on the Lincroft Campus on August 14, 2019. Session 1 will be held on August 14, 2019 from 8:30am-1pm and session 2 will be held on the same day from 11:15am-4pm. (Please note, these sessions are only intended for new students.)
Thank you for your interest in New Student Orientation. Registration for both sessions is now closed. The information covered at New Student Orientation will be posted to this website at a later date. Check back soon for updates!
Early Bird is an orientation and registration program designed to ensure high school seniors make a smooth transition into the Brookdale community, offered each year in the spring.
Staff in our Recruitment Services office work with local high schools to make information, applications, and early placement testing available to students. Interested students should ask their high school guidance office about Early Bird participation. Learn more at the Early Bird website.
RESOURCES FOR NEW STUDENTS
First Year Experience
All incoming students are invited to participate in Brookdale’s First Year Experience (FYE) program which encourages participation in the campus community. The program encourages students to attend co-curricular activities that build upon classroom learning while connecting students to campus resources.