Letter to guidance counselors: Learn about just-opened Berkeley College locations in Clifton and Dover. New programs and offerings, including a B.F.A. in Graphic Design, are also highlighted.
To assist educators and school counselors, Berkeley College has developed numerous programs and services to benefit you and your high school students. Many can be presented at your school.
Berkeley College offers a series of free workshops to engage your students on timely, relevant topics that correlate to your existing coursework. Topics include The Business of You, Academic Integrity, and First Impressions.
Navigating financial aid, including the FAFSA, is critical and complicated. To help, Berkeley College will conduct a financial aid workshop at no cost to your school.
High school seniors who are members of DECA may apply for partial- and full-tuition scholarships. Click here for the flyer.
High school seniors who are members of DECA may apply for partial- and full-tuition scholarships. To access the application form, click here.
Graduating high school seniors may be eligible for the Presidential Scholarship Award. The Presidential Scholarship consists of 160 half-tuition scholarships and eight scholarships providing up to full tuition, which are awarded annually to high school seniors who demonstrate a high level of academic achievement based on their GPA.
Berkeley College Summer Workshops: Give us two days, and we'll give you a behind-the-scenes look at the career of your dreams. Sessions focus on Business Leadership, Fashion, Healthcare, Interior Design, and Legal and Justice Studies.
Click here to request the 25 College Questions flyer.
To schedule a visit or for location-specific questions, please contact the High School Director of Admissions at the following locations:
Woodland Park 973-278-5400
New York City Midtown 212-986-4343
White Plains 914-694-1122