There's no better place to experience the energy of the business world than in New York City. The New York City Midtown Manhattan location of Berkeley College has been an important fixture in that business community since 1936. Today, over 3,500 students are enrolled in day, evening, weekend, and online courses. Representing an array of different backgrounds, nationalities, and lifestyles, the student body is as diverse as the city itself.
Berkeley's two midtown buildings on 41st and 43rd Streets, between 5th and Madison, occupy some of the most sought-after real estate in the world. Just steps from Grand Central Station, the location provides easy access to subways, trains, and buses.
The environment around Berkeley College is a place where students can easily immerse themselves in arts and culture. Museums, Broadway theaters, concerts, ballet, opera, libraries, churches, historic sites, and much more are all in close proximity. Students are also drawn to the city’s diverse neighborhoods and world-renowned landmarks like Wall Street, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Chinatown, Little Italy, Central Park, the famous Fifth Avenue shops, and the United Nations, to name just a few. There’s no end to the fine restaurants, clubs, street festivals, and year-round special events that add an extra dimension to the college experience.
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When students step into the 43rd Street entrance of the impressive seven-story Main Building, they see that the first-floor administrative offices, art gallery, and reception area still capture the charm of St. Christopher's Chapel, which previously occupied the space.
Elevator service provides access to all classrooms, and a security staff is available for assistance as needed. Both buildings feature contemporary classrooms with comfortable furnishings and climate-controlled conditions. The facilities are designed to accommodate the disabled.
The facilities feature modern computer labs and more than 200 classroom computers throughout the buildings, and a wireless network.
The library on the seventh floor offers computers for research and Internet access; study areas; a copier; and a collection of print, media, and periodical subscriptions supporting the academic programs of the College and the general interest of the students. Students may borrow a laptop from the library. Academic librarians are available to assist in locating materials in the collection or navigating the array of available electronic databases.
The Academic Support Center (ASC) offers a full array of academic support services to help students improve their academic performance and achieve their educational goals. The ASC offers a series of workshops to help strengthen study skills and time management. Tutoring is available online and on-site.
A variety of residence facilities are available in Manhattan and nearby boroughs. Rates vary according to location and accommodations. Additional information is available at the Admissions Office.
To learn more about the New York City Midtown Manhattan location or to make an appointment to visit, please contact:
Director of Adult Admissions
3 East 43rd Street
New York, New York 10017
Members of the class of 2013 and the class of 2014 should visit:
Director of High School Admissions
12 East 41st Street
New York, New York 10017
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