New York City Midtown Manhattan - New York, NY
Brooklyn - Brooklyn, NY
White Plains - White Plains, NY
Woodland Park - Woodland Park, NJ
Woodbridge - Woodbridge, NJ
Newark - Newark, NJ
Paramus - Paramus, NJ
Clifton* - Clifton, NJ
Dover* - Dover, NJ
*The opening of locations in Clifton and Dover is planned for 2013, subject to regulatory approval.
Students are admitted throughout the year for quarter start dates in January, April, July, and September.
More than 7,700 students (more than 800 international, representing over 100 countries)
78% Bachelor's degree
21% Associate's degree
Top programs of study: Justice Studies - Criminal Justice, Management, Fashion Marketing and Management, and Accounting
Ethnicity: 28% Hispanic, 27% African American, 14% Caucasian, 3% Asian, 18% Other, and 10% International
Gender: 66% Female, 34% Male
Age: 47% 22 and under, 53% 23 and above
Fashion Marketing and Management
Health Services Administration
Health Services Administration - Medical Insurance, Billing, and Coding
Health Services Management
Information Technology Management
Interior Design Management
Justice Studies - Criminal Justice
Management - Entrepreneurship
Management - Environmental Management
Management - Human Resources Management
Management - Nonprofit Management
Multi-Level Patient Care Technician**
Surgical Processing Technician**
Not all programs offered at all locations.
**Program availability is subject to regulatory approval.
Larry L. Luing School of Business
School of Professional Studies
School of Liberal Arts
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.)
Associate in Science (A.S.)
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.)
Berkeley College Institutional Aid
More than $40 million in Berkeley College grants and scholarships provided during the 2011-2012 award year
Alumni Association Scholarships
Challenge Program Awards
Howard L. Newhouse Grants
Non-Resident Student Grants
Robert V. Maher Access Grants
Woodland Park Scholarship
Residence Hall Grants
International Student Grants
World Trade Center Supplemental Scholarship
Berkeley TAP (NY Only)
Federal Pell Grant
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
Federal Direct Stafford Loan (FSL)
Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan (UFSL)
Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (FPLUS)
Federal Work Study (FWS)
In the 2012 award year, 62.3% of full-time enrolled students received Federal Pell Grants.
New York State
Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
Regents Award for Children of Deceased or Disabled Veterans
Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS)
New Jersey State
Tuition Aid Grant (TAG)
Garden State Scholars (GSS)
Garden State Urban Scholars
Garden State Bloustein Distinguished Scholars Program
New Jersey STARS II
Berkeley College is proud to support the Post 9/11 GI Bill and is a member of the Yellow Ribbon program. Berkeley College also has partnered with the Department of Defense for all Military Tuition Assistance programs, operates four Veterans Resource Centers, maintains a fully staffed Office of Military and Veterans Affairs, and participates in the Combat Veterans Education Partnership (www.cvet.com).
Berkeley College students have access to a wide range of career-oriented academic programs, computer training, Library Services, Academic Support Centers, Student Advisement, Career Services, and a Student Development and Campus Life Department.
Athletics and Recreation
Berkeley College provides men and women opportunities to participate in organized intercollegiate and intramural sports at a variety of levels. Berkeley College is a member of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA), as well as the Hudson Valley Men's and Women's Athletic Conferences.
Berkeley College students benefit from:
Berkeley College graduates are eligible for lifetime career assistance.
For more information call 973-278-5400 ext. 1337 or email CSinfo@BerkeleyCollege.edu.