The Berkeley College/Army partnership was designed to build on your Army training and experience. It was developed specifically for enlisted personnel whose Army MOS training and service schools may already have earned them college credit. Berkeley College counselors will review your ARRTS transcripts and review the appropriate credit as based on the ACE guide.
Members of the Army can enroll in any academic program offered at Berkeley College on any location.
Berkeley College uses Blackboard as its course management system. You will receive your username and password as soon as you have registered for your course. Should you have any technical problems, a 24/7 Help Desk is always available to assist you.
When you first access your Blackboard course, you will find a welcome from your online professor, your professor's contact information, your syllabus, weekly assignments, discussions, and assessments.
Your professor's contact information will be found in the course, and you may e-mail your professor any time you have a question.
Berkeley's online library supports the curriculum. There are many different databases that can be used. What is more, there is a library tutorial, as well as online librarians available to assist you.
The Academic Support Center provides writing and tutoring services for all online students. You may contact the Center at any time.
Absolutely! If you were attracted to the Army by the G.I. Bill, tuition assistance or other educational funding opportunities, don't delay! Begin your college studies now. The Army will pay a substantial part of tuition costs for courses taken while you're on active duty. For details, ask a Berkeley College counselor.