Tuition and Financial Aid
Berkeley College has always been committed to providing outstanding value for students and families. A staff of professionals helps students and families to understand the financial options and complete any necessary applications. In addition to government grants and loans, Berkeley College offers a number of direct grants and scholarships to qualified students each year.
Tuition is payable 4 weeks prior to the first day of classes according to the published schedule. For students admitted or readmitted after this due date, tuition is payable at registration.
Tuition may be paid in person, by mail, or online through Student Self-Service. The Student Accounts Department accepts payment by check, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or wire transfer. Billing for tuition and fees is done on a semester basis, although the student may make one payment in full for the entire academic year. Instructions for registration and payment of term bills are sent by mail to all students for their first term. Subsequent term bill information is available to students online through Student Self-Service ten weeks prior to the start of each term. It is the student’s responsibility to obtain and pay the term bill on time. Students who fail to make arrangements for payment of the term bill on time will lose their ability to maintain their course schedule for the term. In addition, a late registration fee may be charged for re-instatement of a student’s course schedule.
The College reserves the right to make any changes in the schedule of hours or in the courses of study that may be desirable.
Schedule of Tuition Due Dates for Berkeley College Website
Tuition Due Date
First Day of Classes
Monday, March 27, 2017
Monday, April 24, 2017
Monday, August 7, 2017
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Monday, December 4, 2017
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Monday, March 26, 2018
Monday, April 23, 2018
Five Steps to Apply for Financial Aid at Berkeley College
1. Apply for Admission
In order to be considered for scholarships, awards, grants, or loans, you must submit an application for admission to Berkeley College.
2. Create an FSA ID
To create an FSA ID go to fsaid.ed.gov. Watch the video below for more information about the FSA ID.
3. Submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
You may apply electronically at fafsa.ed.gov as soon as possible after January 1. Be sure to include our Title IV institutional code for the campus/campuses you are interested in attending:
New York: 008556
- New York City
- Online - New York
- White Plains
New Jersey: 007502
- Online - New Jersey
- Woodland Park
4. Review and Verify
Review financial aid package and submit any required verification documents to the Financial Aid Office.
If you have any questions as you move through the process, please contact us at the campus you would like to attend:
- Brooklyn 718-637-8600
- New York City 212-986-4343
- White Plains 914-694-1122
- Dover 973-366-6700
- Newark 973-642-3888
- Online 973-405-2111
- Paramus 201-967-9667
- Woodbridge 732-750-1800
- Woodland Park 973-278-5400
or email us at studentfinance@BerkeleyCollege.edu.
Other Helpful Links
- The New 2017-2018 FAFSA
- Net Price Calculator
- Guide to Financial Aid
- Financial Aid TV
- iGrad Personal Finance Tools
- Undergraduate Degree Program Tuition and Fees 2017/2018
- Undergraduate Degree Program Tuition and Fees 2018/2019
- M.B.A. Program Tuition and Fees
- M.B.A. Program Tuition and Fees 2018/2019
- Certificate Program Tuition and Fees 2017/2018
- Certificate Program Tuition and Fees 2018/2019
- Berkeley College Grants and Scholarships
- Loan Information
- Berkeley College Finance Forms