Military / Veterans
Berkeley College understands the needs of servicemembers—during and after your military career.
Listed as a Principles of Excellence institution with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Berkeley is committed to helping veterans and their families succeed. We offer special programs, resources, and activities to help you transition to civilian and professional life. Our Office of Military and Veterans Affairs will be with you every step of the way.
Financial aid for servicemembers
We proudly support the GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program. Veterans Affairs associates are trained in GI Bill regulations and will help make sure you get the maximum award possible.
Programs and services that support servicemembers
Flexible academic programs can help accommodate your situation and schedule. Advisors with military experience are available to assist with applications and enrollment. You may also be eligible for credit for prior learning. Tutoring is available at no additional charge.
Veterans Resource Centers, available at numerous campuses and online, offer comfortable environments to study, socialize, and obtain information about a wide range of veterans’ benefits and issues.
Internships, practicums, or job-related assignments are part of all programs and give students hands-on experience in their field. Free lifetime career assistance is provided to all Berkeley College graduates*.
Talk to us. We’re here to help.
Contact us at info@BerkeleyCollege.edu or 800-446-5400 ext. WRE.
Visit the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs page to learn more about the Veterans Resource Centers and activities sponsored by this department.
*while the College is in operation
military students and veterans enrolled
military and veteran students graduated in 2017
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Compliance with Educational Organizations
Berkeley College adheres to the guidelines of the following organizations:
- ACE (American Council on Education)
- DANTES (Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support)
- PONSI (Program On Non-Collegiate Sponsored Instruction)