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430 Rahway Avenue, Woodbridge, NJ 07095

Located in bustling Woodbridge, Berkeley’s campus is near the city’s municipal building, just across the street from the North Jersey Coast Line train station. It’s easy to reach by bus and is accessible from the Garden State Parkway, the New Jersey Turnpike, Routes 1 and 9, Interstate 287 South, and the Outerbridge Crossing. Plenty of parking is available on-site.

Shopping malls, retailers, government offices, hospitals, day care centers, and housing options are all nearby, making the area extremely convenient for college students.  

In addition to popular business and professional programs, the Woodbridge campus now offers programs in some of today’s most in-demand healthcare careers, where students learn current practices and procedures from instructors with extensive professional experience.

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Campus Directions

From Route 1 North lanes: Follow Route 1 North and turn right onto Woodbridge Center Drive. Follow signs on right for Main Street Business District (514 East). Follow Main Street to the end. Make a left at the monument and turn right into Berkeley College.

From Route 1 South lanes: Follow Route 1 South, passing the Woodbridge Center on your left. Turn right at the jughandle for Woodbridge Center Drive. Follow signs on right for Main Street Business District (514 East). Proceed as above.

From Garden State Parkway South: Take Exit 130/Route 1 North. Follow signs to Route 1 North (Newark) (ramp on your left). Proceed on Route 1 North. Bear right at first light onto Woodbridge Center Drive. Follow signs on right for Main Street Business District (514 East). Proceed as above.

From Garden State Parkway North: Take Exit 127/Woodbridge. Follow Route 9 North. Pass the Hess Station and make your first right at the sign that reads "Main Street-Woodbridge Center Drive." Proceed as above.

From Staten Island: Take Outerbridge Crossing to Route 35 North (Amboy Avenue) to Main Street, Woodbridge. Turn right. Proceed as above.

From New Jersey Turnpike North and South: Take Exit 11/Woodbridge. Follow signs to Route 9 North. Proceed as above.

From Interstate 287 South: Follow 287 South to Exit 514 East/Woodbridge. You will exit onto Woodbridge Avenue, which turns into Main Street (3.4 miles). Follow Main Street to the end. Make a left at the monument and turn right into Berkeley.

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: Woodbridge Campus Operating Officer Jennifer DeJesus

jennifer-dejesus.jpgWhat kinds of skills have you learned or developed since coming to Berkeley College?

Over the years at Berkeley, I have learned and strengthened many skills ranging from empowering staff and students to be independent thinkers…to problem solving. I learned early on that, in Admissions, you need to be prepared and ready for everything and anything—including being educated regarding all supporting departments of the College. That knowledge, combined with being able to think quickly on my feet and multitask, will help me better serve my campus and our students.

What excites you about your job?

Simply put, the students. That is what gets me going every day—knowing that I have a part of empowering people to change the direction of their lives. As a woman and the first in my family to receive both my undergraduate and graduate degrees, I have experienced the positive growth of education and hard work. Being there to support and motivate others is the greatest part of higher education.

What or who inspires you? Who are your role models or mentors?

My children inspire me, they are the “why” behind all I do. The students also inspire me to “bring it” every day. The stories they share about their “why” and what they have overcome to get this far remind me of how fortunate I am to be a part of their educational journeys. Professionally, I have been blessed at Berkeley to have amazing mentors such as Diane Recinos and Catherine Palmer, who are strong women who have helped guide me throughout my years here. They remind me that anything is possible.

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

My advice is simple and comes from my youngest daughter’s favorite movie, “Finding Nemo.” Dory always says, “Just keep swimming.” Life will throw curveballs at you time and time again--some good, some not so good. However, never let it be an excuse to quit. Always keep going. Take advantage of all the amazing support services we offer. Remember, you are never on your own at Berkeley.

Contact Jennifer Dejesus at 973-278-5400 ext. 2110 or JLD@BerkeleyCollege.edu.

Facility Rentals

Easily reached by train, bus, or car, Berkeley College in Woodbridge also offers meeting facilities for rent to corporations and other groups and organizations. From a conference room to a fully equipped computer lab to the comfortable Student Center, we have a space that’s perfect for your group and event. Media equipment is also available. 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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