Berkeley College - New York Rankings
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.47 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.43 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.43 responses
Most Popular Majors
Business Administration and Management278 Graduates
Fashion and Apparel Merchandising163 Graduates
Health Care Management131 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration127 Graduates
International Business85 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science62 Graduates
Legal Studies42 Graduates
Financial Planning26 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
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Berkeley College - New York Reviews
Berkeley College is awesome! We're all a family. Everyday there's an event going on for students. All of our faulty is extremely helpful and friendly. Professors actually recognize who their students are unlike other colleges around the world. Professors at Berkeley College will help you succeed every step of the way. They want to see you graduate! My favorite part about Berkeley are the events that are held everyday. There's always something exciting to do such as, taking a trip down to New York City, movie nights,game night, dinner night out, real talk, and trips to other states. There are a variety of events to do on campus and out of campus. I love meeting new people at Berkeley that come from different states around the world. Berkeley has truly given me the college experience any college freshmen would want.
The College has 2 buildings in New York. One of them I go to take classes. The other building I go for student services. The college has this atmosphere of feeling welcomed. Everyone including staff and students are very kind. They will help you with any need, they are talkative, have a good sense of humor and are generally down to earth people. I usually spend time in the library when waiting for the next class so I can take some time to study. They have up to date computers, it is pretty peaceful there, and they even have study rooms for when you want to study your material in silence. The classes themselves are engaging. You can tell in an instant that the teachers really love to teach. My first teacher in Berkeley taught Marketing. He was fantastic in his lectures. He was funny, and sincere. He knew how to keep our attention and the students were into those lectures. Much can be said about the other teachers I've had.
Berkeley is an okay school academic wise. They offer some great programs although I do feel like there is a gap between some of the classes offered and the majors. A major problem for this campus is the overall campus life. There are no on campus parities or activities that would be appealing for a college student to attend. The campus activities are usually boring and seem to be thought of last minute and unorganized. The kitchens in the dorms can be remodeled and more accommodating being that we don't have a meal plan. I am aware that we have a school basketball team as well as other sports but it is not known well to the student body because in my opinion, there is no school spirit. There is no hype when there are games, matches, scrimmages of any kind because their is no communication about them or any hype to get the students involved and excited.
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