MyBrookdale

Student and Employee Support at Brookdale

Personal & Psychological Counseling

Brookdale’s counselors can help you with relationship problems, substance use issues, family difficulties, and personal crises.

LBGTQ Ally Program

Embracing diversity, teaching awareness & sensitivity, and providing support & resources to all Brookdalians.

Displaced Homemakers Program

Are you facing loss of income due to divorce, death, separation from or disability of a spouse or long-term live-in partner? Need to become head of household?

Stay Safe: The Campus SaVE Act

Knowledge is the first step toward prevention. Take a firm stand against sexual violence, abuse, and discrimination.

Student Conduct & Compliance

We assist in providing a safe learning community for students & staff, and have procedures for preventing and responding to questionable conduct or other incidents on campus.

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Bankier Library LGBTQ

Visit the Library’s LGBTQ resource page for students questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender identity (or have identified it) and may be looking for support and information.

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Safe Haven Initiative

In response to the current political and societal climate, Brookdale is beginning this new program to address our students’ concerns over issues of discrimination and bias.

International & Immigrant Students

Please look here for information on how Brookdale can assist you, as well as links to national and regional information and resources.

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Helping Hands

1 in 4 of our students may not have enough to eat each day – find out how you can help! Look here for Helping Hands locations, where to drop off donations, and more.

Monmouth County

Bilingual Social Worker

Sylvina Mendez, MSW, a bilingual social worker from Monmouth County Division of Social Services, has been assigned to Brookdale.

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Opioid Addiction Help

Resources for those seeking out help either for themselves, for a family member or friend.

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Crisis Hotline Updates

Updates for on-campus and off campus access. You are not alone!

Our College values call us to support the members of our community in a spirit of inclusion and safety, regardless of age, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, or country of origin.  All are welcome at Brookdale Community College, and our commitment to student success applies to each student equally. Intolerance is not permitted at our College, and we will continue providing opportunities for employees and students to engage in open and inclusive dialogue.  We also will strive to provide both students and employees accurate information regarding emerging concerns. Any students or employees who need to talk to someone at the College should feel free to contact one of the offices below.

Office of the President:
OfficeOfthePresident@brookdalecc.edu

Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Compliance:
OfficeofDiversity@brookdalecc.edu

College Police and Security:
https://www.brookdalecc.edu/human-resources/police
732-224-2222