As an incoming student of Berkeley College, you’ll be enrolling in a small college but living in a large city for two to four years. If you’re not from New York City, you’re going to be able to discover plenty of new places and things to enjoy. Berkeley College is a small, private, for-profit school. With locations in both New York and New Jersey, you’ll be close to Manhattan. The New York campus itself is located in White Plains, which is just a few minutes away from the business district. And, if you’re going to the Newark campus, you’ll easily be able to find transportation. This campus is also in the central business district.
Overview of Berkeley College–New York, NY
The Paramus, Woodland Park, and Woodbridge campuses are all located in New Jersey. There’s also an online-only headquarters located in Paramus; this campus provides an education to students living in the US and around the world.
Campus housing isn’t provided, so you’ll need to find an apartment or continue to live at home with your family. The student-to-faculty ratio is 22 to 1, so you may need to email professors or set up times to meet with them in their office instead of relying on after-class interactions.
|School Type||Private for-profit|
|Campus Setting||City: Large|
|Student Faculty Ratio||22:1|
Top Rankings For Berkeley College–New York, NY
#35 in Business Management
#39 in Criminal Justice Colleges
#83 in Most Affordable Healthcare Management
#31 in Most Affordable Legal Studies
#68 in New York MBA Colleges
Berkeley College–New York, NY Reviews
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|College Prep Courses||NA|
|TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)||NA|
|Application Deadline||August 27|
|Common Application Accepted||No|
Tuition Cost & Financial Aid
The total price includes all costs that you and your family will pay for you to attend college. These include tuition (in- or out-of-state), room and board, which may be replaced by rent if you live off campus, books and fees, and other various expenses such as food that your tuition doesn’t cover. This total comes to $38,116.
Families don’t have to pay 100% of this price. Financial aid helps you and your family to keep your obligation down. As of a recent academic year, the average net price, the amount remaining after financial aid covers its portion, was $16,527. Families at different income levels receive different levels of financial aid, and so end up paying based on their income. For families earning up to $30,001, they pay around $15,787. Families earning between $48,001 and $75,000 pay around $13,819. Families earning more than $110,001 pay around $23,944.
About 403 freshmen students received financial aid in a recent year, about 98%. They received an average of $17,102 and about 97% of students (399) received institutional grants and scholarships of $9,724.
|Average net price||2018-2019|
|Average Total Aid||$17,103|
|Students Receiving Financial Aid||98%|
|Room & Board||$6,000|
- Tuition In-State - $26,500
- Tuition Out-of-State - $26,500
- Books and Supplies - NA
- Room & Board - $6,000
- Other - $5,616
The retention rate for the New York campus is 65%. This term refers to the percentage of freshmen who return to school for their second year of classes. The student population is 3,696.
Because Berkeley College in New York City offers only associate and bachelor’s degrees, this changes graduation rates somewhat. The 4-year graduation rate is 25% and the 6-year graduation rate is a little higher at 33%. These numbers are significantly lower than average. However, that could be due to a high percentage of part-time students and those who finish their degrees elsewhere or may indicate the difficulty of completing a degree online. It does indicate that students will have to be mindful of how long they are taking to complete their degrees.
Luckily, students who have to work can take evening or online classes; meaning there is a great level of flexibility for those who are serious about completing their degree.
The most popular degree programs from most to least for associate degrees are: business, management, marketing and related support services; homeland security, law enforcement, firefighting, and related protective services; health professions and related programs; computer and information sciences and support services; and legal professions and studies.
For bachelor’s degrees, the most popular programs are business, management, marketing and related services; homeland security, law enforcement, firefighting, and related protective services; health professions and related programs; legal professions and studies; and computer information sciences and support services.
Student Population Total
Most Popular Programs & Majors
(# of Diplomas Awarded by Subject)
|All Business Majors||412 Total Graduates / 62%|
|Business Administration and Management, General||164 Graduates|
|Fashion Merchandising||75 Graduates|
|Marketing/Marketing Management, General||60 Graduates|
|Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services||104 Total Graduates / 16%|
|Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration||104 Graduates|
|Health Professions and Related Programs||96 Total Graduates / 14%|
|Health/Health Care Administration/Management||96 Graduates|
|Legal Professions and Studies||28 Total Graduates / 4%|
|Legal Professions and Studies, Other||28 Graduates|
|All Computer Information Science Majors||23 Total Graduates / 3%|
|Computer/Information Technology Services Administration and Management, Other||23 Graduates|
|All Other Diplomas||0|
Outcome & Salary
After going to college, you should be able to anticipate a good annual salary. Berkeley College graduates are no different. Other graduates average annual salaries sit at around $61,072. The 4-year cost of the Berkeley College education is around $66,108. Here’s where a return on investment (ROI) comes in. Your 10-year salary earnings potential may be as high as $610,720. After deducting that $66,108 cost of education, a graduate’s 10-year projected ROI is $544,512.
High school graduates who don’t go to college earn a national average salary of $38,792. Their 10-year projected income is $387,920 and their 20-year projected income is $775,840.
|College Grads Early Career Salary||NA|
|College Grads Average Salary||$61,072|
|College Grads Mid Career Salary||NA|
|Return on Investment (ROI)|
|10 Year Salary Earnings Potential||$610,720|
|20 Year Salary Earnings Potential||NA|
|Cost of Education (Net Price) 4 Year||$66,108|
|10 Year Projected ROI||$544,612|
|20 Year Projected ROI||NA|
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|National Average Salary||$38,792|
|10 Year Projected Income||$387,920|
|20 Year Projected Income||$775,840|
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