New York City (Midtown Manhattan)

3 East 43rd Street, New York, NY – Between 5th and Madison Avenues, in close proximity to Grand Central Station

12 East 41st Street, New York, NY – One block from the New York Public Library and Bryant Park

The New York City campus of Berkeley College is a perfect example of how an environment can enhance a college education. Located in one of the most sought-after city settings 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, Bryant Park, The New York Public Library and Times Square, 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 facilities and resources include classrooms, libraries, lounges, and more. The campuses are convenient to all five boroughs and the outlying suburbs. The College can provide assistance with off-campus housing.

The Midtown campus is home to Berkeley’s International Student Department and attracts an extremely diverse student body, with over 50 countries represented.