Berkeley College Online Student Activities

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Studying at Berkeley College Online® offers you more than just a way to earn your degree around your own schedule. You’ll have numerous chances to meet and network with others, participate in exciting events, and gain valuable experience outside of your classes. Special events and opportunities like these help set Berkeley College Online® apart from typical online education.

National Distance Learning Week

With more than 20 years as a leader in online learning, Berkeley College Online® celebrates National Distance Learning Week each year with a series of special events and various opportunities for student engagement.

Berkeley Students Excel on the World Scene

In addition to being an Honors student in the Marketing Communications program, Emily Pross is the number one female downhill skateboard racer in the world. Not content with that, she also competes in open classes where men and women skate against one another. Click here to learn more about her journey to the top.

Online Film Club

Berkeley’s Online Book Club brings students, faculty, and staff together through a common love of movies. The club allows students to watch a series of themed movies for free in the comfort of their home, while also acting as film critics as they participate in online discussions on each movie with other students, as wells as Berkeley faculty and associates.

Online Book Club

For avid readers, the Online Book Club community provides a great opportunity to discover new books with fellow online students and participate in exciting in-person events, such as a recent book signing event with Berkeley College alumnus and author Edison Jaquez. Exciting events are scheduled during each semester, typically based around a new book or author of special significance.

Honor Society Induction

Every year, high-achieving Berkeley College Online students may join a variety of honor societies in recognition of their accomplishments. 

Chat with the President

Online students are able to attend special events with Berkeley College President Diane Recinos to discuss their career goals and connect directly with the school’s administration.