Talk:Berkeley College

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Is this campus for-profit? Hechung 18:39, 15 December 2006 (UTC)

Though my response is a few years late, I believe the answer is "yes" (they advertise on television). And never confuse it with UC Berkeley! --UnneededAplomb (talk) 05:55, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
After some searching, they apparently have a "student's life" blog. I assume it is partially "endorsed" what with the "Apply Now" button. --UnneededAplomb (talk) 06:50, 11 December 2008 (UTC)

Demographics & Tuition[edit]

Why are demographics and tuition in the same section? Shouldn't they be separate? They have no relationship to each other. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 130.156.105.189 (talk) 17:11, 16 November 2011 (UTC)

Tuition[edit]

Changed the wording in the tuition section because it was biased and unsubstantiated. For example, it read that it may be one of the most expensive schools but the link verifies the tuition -- not the comparative language used (other private non-profit schools, such as Columbia and NYU are significantly more expensive as shown by the same site referenced). Also, "tuition goes up to" is also biased. I've tried to make the wording less inflammatory. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 130.156.105.189 (talk) 17:08, 16 November 2011 (UTC)

Advertising[edit]

removed the advert section until someone more familiar with the suject can reinsert - it doesn't seem to be crusial, anyway.

The Berkeley AdvantageSM is comprised of a great number of benefits which provide students with exceptional value. The benefits include:
Small classes for more personal attention
A faculty selected for both academic credentials and professional experience
More than $31 million in Berkeley College grants and scholarships for qualified students
A Bachelor’s degree in as little as three years or an Associate’s degree in just 18 months
Flexible scheduling: day, evening/weekend, and online classes
Online degrees: Bachelor’s and Associate’s, both part-time and full-time
On-the-job internships required in every program as part of the curriculum
Tuition freeze for students based on continuous, full-time enrollment
An extensive network of employer connections
More than 20 Career Services professionals who collectively specialize in each field of study and actively pursue job opportunities for every student
Free lifetime career assistance for Berkeley College graduates
Eight convenient locations in the New York metropolitan area