100%

Acceptance Rate

N/A

SAT Range

N/A

ACT Range

Berkeley College Admissions

Pertaining to their open admission policy, Berkeley College promotes education and learning that go beyond the competitive nature of it, and makes the admission procedure much more inclusive. Their focus goes beyond past academic records to finding out about your personal interests and motivation to complete the course you are enrolling for.

The admission process is quite simple, and we will be walking you through the steps in the next part.

Steps to get Admission to Berkeley College:

Here we lay out the procedure for Berkeley College admissions to undergraduate as well as graduate programs.

Register

The first step towards applying for a program is to register on the Berkeley College admission portal. Once you create an account, which will require basic personal information such as email ID, you will be taken to the home page.

Fill Details

One you are taken to the home page, you are required to fill in personal details, such as your name, address, citizenship information, and your degree choice.

The other details that you need to fill in are enrollment information, academic history, English language proficiency, and financial verification

Pay the Admission Fee

Once you have correctly filled out all the details, you can go ahead and make the online payment of the non-refundable admission fee of $50.

Personal Interview

The college strongly recommends personal interviews.

What’s interesting to note here is that Berkeley College does not require you to mention your SAT/ACT scores while applying for the college if you have graduated from an accredited high school and have appeared for an entrance exam. 

SAT Scores you need to get in

SAT scores help colleges interpret the students' overall academic performance. They weigh a lot of importance. They make a candidate's profile stand out and help them become a strong applicant for securing admission to any college or college. However, it is important to note that the SAT score of an applicant is not one of the mandatory factors to get admission to Berkeley College-Woodland Park. As a result, there is no available data about the average SAT score or similar requirements to get admission here.

ACT Scores you need to get in

Believed to make a candidate's application a strong one for getting admission to a particular college or a college of his/her choice, ACT scores play a huge role in the admission process. At Berkeley College-Woodland Park, candidates are provided with an option to submit their ACT scores to secure a seat. However, it must be noted that BCWP does not put much emphasis on the same. Notably, no official data about the minimum requirements concerning the ACT scores has been made publicly available.

Estimated GPA Requirements & Average GPA

Grade Points Average (GPA) The average high school GPA of the admitted students

FALSE

A high GPA is considered mandatory for admission by most universities/colleges. Generally, a good GPA can improve a candidate's chances to secure admission into any college of their choice. However, it must be noted that Berkeley College-Woodland Park does not follow this pattern. Candidates applying to Berkeley College-Woodland Park should also have a good idea about the requirements for admission, including the necessary documents, and all the information that is considered while making admission decisions.

Admission Requirements

What Really Matters When Applying

High School GPA

Required

High School Rank

NA

High School Transcript

Required

College Prep Courses

Required

SAT/ACT

FALSE

Recommedations

Neither required nor recommended

Some of the things that you should keep in hand while applying are:

  • High School transcripts
  • SAT/ACT scores or proof of graduation from an accredited school or equivalent and entrance exam
  • $50 for the payment of admission fee

One thing to keep in mind is that students applying for the school of Health Studies, Business Data Science program, and National Security program have additional requirements for applying to Berkeley College.

You can learn more about the admission procedures here.

Admission Deadlines

Application Deadline Deadline for application submissions. Please contact the school for more details.

FALSE

Application Fee Application fees may vary by program and may be waived for certain students. Please check with the school.

$50

Early Decision Deadline

None

Early Action Deadline

None

Offer Action Deadline

None

Offers Early Decision

None

Application Website

berkeleycollege.edu/Admissions/Apply.htm

Accepts Common App

No

Accepts Coalition App

No

The applicants will also be required to deposit an application fee of $50 along with submitting the required documents and information. The application deadline of the college depends on several factors. Fall applications, the most popular among students, usually start from September and might go on till April. A September deadline usually pertains to early decision, while the final deadline is in April. Notably, to be eligible for scholarships, students might have to apply before the early deadline. This is why it is always recommended to apply early.

Admission Statistics

WomenMenTotal
AppliedNANANA
AcceptedNANANA
Acceptance Rate100%100%100%
EnrolledNANANA
Percentage of admitted who Enrolled (Admission Yield)NANANA

Admission Statistics

Applied

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

Accepted

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

Acceptance Rate

Women

100%

Men

100%

Total

100%

Enrolled

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

Percent of Admitted Who Enrolled (Admission Yield)

Women

NA

Men

NA

Total

NA

Credits Accepted

AP Credit

Yes

Dual Credit

Yes

Credit for Life Experiences

Yes

In the US, many universities incentivize students by helping them earn college credit by taking certain courses in high school. Dual Enrollment (also known as Dual Credit), AP Credit, and CLEP (Credit for Life Experiences) are among the most popular programs. Regarding these credits, however, every college has its own policy. The benefits of taking such programs include a shorter time to obtain a degree, a higher GPA, and increased chances of completing the degree. Students who want to avail AP and CLEP credits are recommended to visit collegeboard.org and ask them to submit the scores to the college of their choice.

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