WOODLAND PARK, N.J. -- Berkeley College has moved its School of Health Studies to its Woodland Park campus from Clifton.
“This move made sense because of the many resources and services available for students at the campus in Woodland Park,” said Linda Pinsky-Mauro, Berkeley's campus operating officer. "All students will benefit from the full campus environment we experience here.”
More than 400 students who previously attended classes in Clifton moved to new facilities that include nine teaching laboratories, staff offices, and faculty work stations/
The labs are used to teach students enrolled in the medical assistant, nursing, patient care technician, surgical processing technician, and surgical technology programs.
All are located adjacent to Renaissance Hall, considered a hub for campus activities and student resources. It includes classrooms and amenities – fitness room, student center, café – along with student service facilities such as the library and academic support center.
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