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New York City Midtown Campus

 3 East 43rd Street, New York, NY 10017*
 12 East 41st Street, New York, NY 10017

The New York City campus of Berkeley College is a perfect example of how an environment can enhance a college education. Occupying some of the most sought-after real estate in the world, Berkeley's two midtown buildings (on 41st and 43rd Streets, between 5th and Madison) are literally just steps from countless business and cultural landmarks.

A short walk from Grand Central Station, the campus provides easy access to subways, trains, and buses. Museums, Broadway theaters, libraries, churches, historic sites, and much more are all in close proximity. Berkeley is home to the WindowsWear museum featuring fashion window displays from world class brands used on 5th and Madison avenues. 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, street festivals, and year-round special events that add an extra dimension to the college experience.

*The Admissions Department is located at the 43rd Street building. For International Admissions, please visit the 41st Street building.

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Campus Directions

3 East 43rd Street, New York, NY 10017

Within New York City: Take the bus to 42nd Street or the M42 to Fifth Avenue. Walk one block north on Fifth Avenue to 43rd Street. Berkeley is located between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue.

From Long Island and New Jersey: Take the train to Penn Station or the PATH to 33rd Street.

By Subway: Take the B, D, Q, or F train to 42nd Street and Avenue of the Americas. Walk one block north to 43rd Street, then east 1-1/2 blocks. Take the 4, 5, or 6 train to Grand Central Station. Walk 1-1/2 blocks west to Madison Avenue and one block to 43rd Street. Take the N or R train to 42nd Street (Times Square), then the 7 or S (Shuttle) to Grand Central Station. Follow directions above.

From Westchester and Connecticut: Take the train to Grand Central Station. Proceed as above.


12 East 41st Street, New York, NY 10017

Within New York City: Take the bus to 42nd Street or the M42 to Fifth Avenue. Walk one block south on Fifth Avenue to 41st Street. Berkeley is located between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue.

From Long Island and New Jersey: Take the train to Penn Station or the PATH to 33rd Street.

By Subway: Take the B, D, Q, or F train to 42nd Street and Avenue of the Americas. Walk around the perimeter of Bryant Park to 41st Street, then half a block west. Take the 4, 5, or 6 train to Grand Central Station. Walk 1-1/2 blocks west to Madison Avenue and three blocks to 41st Street. Take the N or R train to 42nd Street (Times Square), then the 7 or S (Shuttle) to Grand Central Station. Follow directions above.

From Westchester and Connecticut: Take the train to Grand Central Station. Proceed as above.

Campus Operating Officer

Berkeley College Campus Operating Officers (COOs) at the New Jersey and New York campuses and Berkeley College Online® have a variety of responsibilities that include overseeing day-to-day operations, finances, student and staff retention, space management, community outreach, and monitoring training and professional development programs.

At each campus, there are always new challenges and new opportunities. Though the needs vary, the COOs all agree that they love mentoring, coaching, and discovering the potential in their students.


Spotlight On: New York City Campus Operating Officer Linda Mauro

linda pinsky imageWhat kinds of skills have you learned or developed since coming to Berkeley College?

I’ve learned a variety of skills in leadership starting with finding my own leadership style. In turn, this creates a collaborative culture of engagement through interdepartmental communication, teamwork, differentiation, and creativity. I’ve further developed my project management approach, community engagement, and networking. A large part of my responsibilities, which is an ongoing learning process, is with an ever-changing economy and how it applies to budgeting, operations management, and capital improvement.

What excites you about your job?

What excites me the most is seeing our students graduate! Knowing that I’ve helped one person or several, knowing that I’ve helped change lives positively is very rewarding. My students motivate me, and I learn from them. I believe in the Berkeley mission and values and work toward upholding regularly. I truly enjoy working with the faculty and staff.

What sort of career obstacles have you faced, and how did you overcome them?

There is much that goes into the job of a Campus Operating Officer. It is inspiring and wonderful while it is demanding and complex. Like many in leadership positions, you must face adversity and learn how to overcome it. I practice learning from obstacles rather than dwelling on what is beyond my control. Challenges will always be there in work and in life, it’s about how one perseveres through making fair and logical choices or decisions. The COVID-19 pandemic is a perfect example of a large obstacle, and I overcame it by staying positive, focused on my purpose and priorities, resulting in learning new ways to adapt.

How is your Berkeley College campus unique?

The New York City campus is in the heart of the Big Apple with so many attractions surrounding the campus, including the beautiful Bryant Park, theaters, restaurants, and easy transportation. It’s a diverse cultural mecca welcoming all students locally and globally.

What advice do you have for prospective students/current students/graduates?

Don’t be afraid to work hard because hard work always pays off. Don’t be lazy because laziness will get you nowhere. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes, but be sure to learn from those mistakes for the next time.

Contact Linda Mauro at 973-278-5400 ext. 1127 or LSP@BerkeleyCollege.edu.

Facility Rentals

In the heart of the Big Apple, convenient meeting space is difficult to come by. Fortunately, Berkeley College offers a range of practical, comfortable space in one of the city’s most strategic locations. From conference rooms and classrooms...to computer labs or the entire Student Center, we can easily accommodate most groups and functions. Inquire about your rental request as early as possible to ensure availability. We’ll be happy to help in any way possible to make your event a success.

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