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Online Veterans Resource Center

A Guide to Military and Veterans Affairs at Berkeley College and beyond.

Veterans History Project


Berkeley College proudly participates in the Veterans History Project with the Library of Congress. As stated on the   website; "The Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans so that future generations may hear directly from veterans and better understand the realities of war." Berkeley College student veterans, faculty and staff who are veterans and veterans outside the College have had their stories recorded and archived in the Library of Congress.  Veteran's History Project (National) or

Thank you for your dedication to Veterans

               BERKELEY COLLEGE Annual Gala Celebrates Contributions of Women Veterans 2019
             Left: Ricky Veteran Club President , Sandra Rolon Military Women In Power, Ed Dennis  OMVA Asst, VP, Dr. Davy Professor, Crystal Campbell  Army Reserves 


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Berkeley, OMVA, Students & Awards Honorees Gala Night

                Berkeley: Michael Smith- President & Diane Recinos -Sr.VP Student Success, Office for Student Success

                         Berkeley OMVA: Edward Dennis-Assistant Vice President & Maja Mendez- Assistant Director







Veterans History Projects 2016-2013

On January 23, 2013; Berkeley College held a Veterans History Project Gala at the Newark Museum. The Gala featured Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen as the keynote speaker. The Gala highlighted ten student veterans who participated in the Veterans History Project.

Keynote Speakers/Awards/Entertainment




                                                                            Comedian: Veteran Chillian Thomas 








Veterans Reflection project



The Veterans Reflection Project is an ongoing effort to disply the thoughts, feelings and emotions through visual media of veterans and their family members. Its goal is to show the many dynamics of military and veteran culture though imagery

Hispanic Veterans Project

      Hispanic American Veterans: Answering the Call (Experiencing War, Stories from the Veterans History Project, Library of Congress)