BLOOMFIELD, NJ-- As September nears there is a buzz throughout NJ regarding back to school guidelines at every level of education. To Zoom or not to Zoom? seems to be the question that schools struggle with while deciding how to handle the return of students.
Bloomfield College has announced their plans for the upcoming fall semester. In a message to Bloomfield College students, President Marcheta P. Evans addressed her concerns for safety and gave details on the immediate guidelines for students.
"We have made the decision to begin the fall semester online with the allowed exception of certain clinical, laboratory and other hands-on learning experiences that require specialized equipment. This decision, at this time, allows us to be best prepared for the start of the semester," wrote President Evans who went on to say that students who had planned on living on campus would still be able to do so.
The College will remain fully prepared to move to face-to-face instruction if and when conditions change and Governor Murphy’s office communicates a shift to Stage 3.
College employees were notified that they would be receiving a detailed "return to work" email outlining all important information for a safe return to the campus.