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This article is about the college serving New York and New Jersey. For the University of California, Berkeley, see UC Berkeley. For the Yale University residential college, see Berkeley College (Yale University). For the college in Boston, see Berklee College of Music. For other uses, see Berkeley (disambiguation).
Berkeley College
Berkeley College Logo
Motto Berkeley College empowers students to achieve lifelong success in dynamic careers.
Established 1931
Type For-profit education
President Mr. Michael J. Smith
Provost Marianne P. Vakalis, Ed.D.
Undergraduates Over 8,900
Location New York & New Jersey, USA
Campus Urban & Suburban
Mascot Knight
Affiliations MSA
Website www.berkeleycollege.edu

Berkeley College is a higher education institution founded in 1931, specializing in business and professional studies.

Academic programs[edit]

The for-profit college offers Associate's and Bachelor's degrees, and provides academic programs in business administration, general business, accounting, financial services, marketing communications, management (including concentrations in entrepreneurship, environmental, nonprofit, and human resources), international business, information technology management, and fashion marketing and management through The Larry L. Luing School of Business. The School of Professional Studies offers degree programs in health services, justice studies (criminal justice), legal studies, graphic design, and interior design. The School of Liberal Arts offers courses in humanities, mathematics/science, social sciences, English, and foreign languages.

Of the college's more than 8,900 students, including more than 700 international students, 74% are enrolled in Bachelor's degree programs.[1] Berkeley College campuses are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The Paralegal Studies program is approved by the American Bar Association.

Demographics and tuition[edit]

Roughly 60% of enrolled students identify themselves as female. A majority of students identify themselves as Black/African American (31%) or Hispanic/Latino (31%); additionally, 8% of students identify themselves as White, 2% as Asian, and <1% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander. Of the students, 11% are non-resident aliens.[2]


Berkeley is a for-profit college that aims to extract as much money from students as possible without regard for whether they are appropriate for their institution. Berkeley aggressively attempts to recruit potential students by telling them they not only will not have to pay, that they will receive money back from their loans.

Once Berkeley has received their money, their interest in the student will wane. Students have been tricked into signing admissions documents, not understanding that they have been enrolled, never attending classes, then badgered for years to pay for classes that they never took.

According to the College Board, yearly tuition and fees is $21,900 students.[3]

Locations[edit]

Berkeley College features 9 locations in New York and New Jersey, plus Berkeley College Online. These locations are:

New Jersey[edit]

New York[edit]

42nd Street, Midtown Manhattan

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]




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The Daily Voice
Wed, 22 Jul 2015 05:22:30 -0700

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- For Berkeley College President Michael Smith and the rest of this faculty, seeing his students thrive isn't simply a professional achievement, it's a labor of love. "We're passionate about our students. We care about them," Smith ...
 
The Daily Voice
Tue, 30 Jun 2015 01:00:41 -0700

McDonough joined the Berkeley College faculty in 2000, and has instructed in general business subjects. She also served as vice president, Academic Affairs, for Berkeley College in White Plains and as vice president, Academic Affairs, for the school's ...

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TAPinto.net
Tue, 14 Jul 2015 07:32:50 -0700

Berkeley College students who achieve a grade point average of 4.00 with a minimum of 12 academic credits qualify for the President's List. Among these students achieving this highest honor are Lauren Ambrosy and Saghir Tehreem of East Brunswick.

Daily Californian

Daily Californian
Sun, 12 Jul 2015 18:18:45 -0700

Ernest Kuh, professor emeritus and dean of the UC Berkeley College of Engineering from 1973-80, died June 27. He was 86. During the time Kuh spent on campus as a professor and administrator, he made major contributions to the field of electronic ...
 
The Daily Voice
Sun, 05 Jul 2015 01:37:30 -0700

Bill Casto, left, executive director, United States Collegiate Athletic Association, presents Andy DeStephano, Berkeley College Director of Athletics, with the USCAA Athletic Director of the Year award. Photo Credit: Contributed ...

ParamusPost.com

ParamusPost.com
Wed, 01 Jul 2015 13:15:00 -0700

On Friday, June 5, 2015, 350 Berkeley College associates, alumni and Honors students spent the day in service to their communities at various nonprofit, service-based organizations in New Jersey and New York. During the 6th Annual Community Service ...

UC Berkeley

UC Berkeley
Wed, 08 Jul 2015 16:59:02 -0700

Ernest S. Kuh, dean and professor emeritus at UC Berkeley's College of Engineering and an internationally renowned expert in electronic circuit theory, died on June 27. He was 86. Ernest S. Kuh, on his 80th birthday in 2008. Kuh joined the Berkeley ...
 
Long Island Exchange
Wed, 08 Jul 2015 13:26:15 -0700

(Long Island, NY) Students from Suffolk County, NY, have been named to the President's and Dean's Lists at Berkeley College for the Winter 2015 Quarter. “I am so proud of these students for their hard work,” said Michael J. Smith, President of Berkeley ...
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