Berkeley College is waiving the $50 application fee for veterans
Office of Military & Veterans Affairs Mission
OMVA counsels students on veterans educational benefits,scholarship opportunities, community service efforts & aids military, veterans & families transitioning from military life to the campus community .
Berkeley College has been empowering students for successful careers since 1931, and is dedicated to helping veterans, service members, and their families achieve their academic & career goals. The Office of Military and Veterans Affairs is staffed by School Certifying Officials, who counsel Veteran students and their families with Veteran Educational Benefits and VA certifications. Students are welcome to discuss their Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33) for veterans/families, Montgomery GI Bill (Active Duty or Selective Reserve), Tuition Assistance (TA), Survivors & Dependent Educational Assistance (DEA), Vocational Rehabilitation (Chapter 31). Students may apply for Work Study for OMVA or VA consideration.
Military and Veteran Applicants: Berkeley College is dedicated to assisting veterans, service members, and their families achieve college degrees. Veterans and/or dependents planning to receive educational assistance benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) should get VA approval prior to enrollment.
Veterans may apply for their GI Bill benefits at the ebenefits website, located at https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/homepage.
During the Admissions process please submit the following documents:
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ In addition, information about MyCAA for eligible spouses, visit https://mycaa.militaryonesource.mil/mycaa/
New York, NY, Jan. 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- For the sixth consecutive year, U.S. News and World Report, in its 2019 rankings of Best Colleges for Online Bachelor Degree programs, selected Berkeley College among the best in two categories: Best Online Bachelor Programs and Best Online Bachelor Programs for Veterans. https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2019/01/18/1702112/0/en/Berkeley-College-Ranked-for-Sixth-Consecutive-Year-on-U-S-News-World-Report-List-of-Best-Online-Bachelor-Programs-for-Veterans.html
New students must attend Veterans Orientation: August 28, 2019 @ PLAYSTATION THEATER 1515 BROADWAY NEW YORK, NY 10036 FROM 3-6PM
See below for semester checklist
Steve Adubato sits down with Ed Dennis, Asst. VP, Office of Military & Veterans Affairs, Berkeley College, to discuss how he uses his experience in the military to coach other veterans. Dennis also shares the top 3 challenges veterans face when making the transition back into civilian life. Please view the link https://youtu.be/hf2rt9gOwvs
OMVA Staff contributed with the data collection in order to improve, empower and assist with the transitioning from military life to civilian- college preparation. OMVA works as a team. Thank you Tami & Agatha for your contribution to the data collection.
On March 28, 2019 @ the Chart House (Water front View) sponsored by the Office of Military & Veterans Affairs celebrates the 7th annual Veterans Gala and honors students who have achieved outstanding academic success. Congratulations to our SALUTE members https://www.instagram.com/p/BvsGkVQgZDP/ Chart house link https://www.chart-house.com/Locations/weehawken/
The Veterans Graduation SALUTE of 2018 held on April 5, 2018, at the Terrace in Paramus, NJ, celebrated the achievements of 59 student-veterans who are graduating from Berkeley College and transitioning into civilian careers. This year’s salute also included the inaugural induction of 26 student-veterans into the military-aligned honor society SALUTE, acknowledging their academic achievements. https://www.cianj.org/2018/04/member-news-berkeley-college-honors-military-veteran-students-and-graduates/
SALUTE is the only national honor society in the nation recognizing and honoring the service and the scholastic achievement of this generation’s greatest veterans. https://salute.colostate.edu/
Student Veterans Of America (SVA) officially incorporated in January 2008 https://studentveterans.org/chapter
SVA provide programs, resources, and support to the ever-evolving network of local student veteran organizations. Each of these independent groups could then join the umbrella coalition as a chapter. SVA and a number of Veteran Service Organizations were tirelessly advocating for an overhaul of the G.I. Bill to address the needs of the 21st Century student veteran. Six months after SVA's founding, President George W. Bush signed into law the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill.