Berkeley College Recognizes Passaic Resident for Essay on Advice He Would Give His Younger Self

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2017 
Contact: Ilene Greenfield
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BERKELEY COLLGE RECOGNIZES PASSAIC RESIDENT

FOR ESSAY ON ADVICE HE WOULD GIVE HIS YOUNGER SELF 

National Distance Learning Week celebrates quality in online education 

 

Photo Caption: Berkeley College graduate Ron Murray of Passaic, NJ, was recently recognized for winning second place for his essay on the topic, “What Advice Would You Give Your Younger Self?” in the 2016 Online Essay Contest conducted in celebration of National Distance Learning Week.  Mr. Murray is a 2016 graduate who received a BBA in Business Administration.  He wrote about a staircase he needed to climb. “I would have told myself that I would always have to climb obstacles to open the doors of opportunity,” wrote Mr. Murray.   

Berkeley College has been ranked among the Best Colleges for Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs by U.S. News & World Report from 2014 through 2017.  Pictured: (Center) Mr. Murray receives a gift for his achievement from (left) Rose Arszulowicz, Berkeley College Director, Center for Academic Success, Online, and Amber Lassiter, Berkeley College Director, Center for Academic Success, Woodland Park and Paramus.     

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