Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies
Welcome to Petrocelli College
The curriculum of the Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies intends to specifically address the needs of students outside the mainstream of traditional undergraduate and graduate populations served by the University's other colleges. The College's many initiatives also represent an entrepreneurial approach to meeting the needs of students. (more)
Third Annual Fundraising Gala for Latino Programs
Petrocelli College is hosting its Third Annual Fundraising Gala on Thursday, October 13, 6 to 11 p.m., at Fiesta Banquet Halls in Woodridge, N.J. The event includes dinner, entertainment, drinks, music and dancing. All proceeds will benefit the Puerta al Futuro, Latino Promise® and HACER programs.
Tickets are $100 per person, $70 per student and $900 for a sponsorship table that can seat 10. To purchase tickets and for information call 201-692-2625.
News and Events
Office of Veterans Services
Construction on the new office space for Veterans Services and Student Veterans Resource Center began this past August and is expected to be finished by late October. Located on the street side, first floor of Dickinson Hall, the office space will include a Director’s Office, reception area, student study area, rotational space for veteran service providers and kitchenette.
Emerging Leaders Award
The Center for Excellence will hold its Emerging Leader Award ceremony, in cooperation with the Center for Nonprofits, on Wednesday, December 7, at The Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset, N.J. The award promotes excellence in the nonprofit field by recognizing the promise and impact of talented nonprofit leaders.
The Paralegal Studies Program is hosting a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Seminar for attorneys and paralegals on “Ethics in Elder Law” on Wednesday, October 5, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., in the Rutherford Room, Student Union Building, Metropolitan Campus.
Camp Discovery Leadership Program
Fifty-six campers participated in Camp Discovery’s Leadership Program at the Metropolitan and Florham campuses. The program offered six weeks of leadership workshops, public speaking, field trips and fun activities for campers entering 8th and 9th grades.
Katherine Desinger, senior continuing education program assistant (Metro), and Maureen Delaney, Metropolitan Campus manager, Follett Higher Education Group, worked together to donate school supplies to children in need.
For complete stories, visit the Inside FDU "College Happenings" page for September / October 2016.
Jarrett Bachman, assistant professor, hospitality (Van) — PhD, Clemson University; MNR, MEd, BS, University of Georgia
To Associate Professor
Jong Chae-Kim, sports administration (Metro)
To Assistant Professor
Fernando Alonso, business (Metro)
Joseph Tormey, hospitality and tourism management (Metro/Flor)