Berkeley College Appoints Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management and Career Services


 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 2009


Contact:  Ilene Greenfield
Director of Media Relations
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BERKELEY COLLEGE APPOINTS HERBERT COHEN AS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
FOR ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT AND CAREER SERVICES
 
Berkeley College President Dario A. Cortes, PhD, is proud to announce the appointment of Herbert Cohen, EdD, as Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management and Career Services. In this role, Dr. Cohen will provide leadership and direction to campus strategic enrollment management efforts in both recruitment and retention of students, as well as to the Financial Aid and Career Services departments. He also will oversee the newly created Office of Military and Veterans Affairs.
 
“Dr. Cohen has proven he is a dynamic advocate for students in every aspect of their college experience,” said Dr. Cortes. “We are excited that he will bring this high level of commitment and dedication to Berkeley College.”
 
Dr. Cohen most recently served as Vice President for Student Affairs at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City. In this role he implemented important changes, such as streamlining and digitalizing the admission application, financial aid and registration processes and expanding student space.
 
Dr. Cohen also served on the Steering Committee at FIT, where he played an active role in the creation of the Strategic Plan. Under his leadership, full-time enrollment at FIT reached record levels, and retention and graduation rates were some of the highest in the State University of New York system.
 
Before joining FIT, Dr. Cohen was Vice President for Student Development and Instructional Support at Charles Stewart Mott Community College in Flint, MI. In addition to his strong administrative background, Dr. Cohen also has taught psychology and student development courses; coached varsity athletics; and supervised graduate interns and student teachers.
 
Dr. Cohen holds an EdD in Counseling Psychology from the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, SD; an MA in Student Personnel Administration from New York University; and a BA in Psychology and Education from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY.
 
A leader in business education for 78 years, Berkeley College maintains an enrollment of over 7,200 students, with more than 700 international students in its Baccalaureate and Associate degree programs. The College has two New York campuses in Midtown Manhattan and White Plains, an Extension Center in Lower Manhattan in the Wall Street area, and four New Jersey campuses located in Woodland Park (formerly West Paterson), Paramus, Woodbridge, and Newark. In addition, the College offers Berkeley College Online and its Corporate Learning Partnership program. Programs are offered in more than 20 career fields, and all campuses are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The College’s website address is www.BerkeleyCollege.edu.

Herbert Cohen, Berkeley College Senior Vice President, Enrollment Management

Photo Caption: Berkeley College has appointed Herbert Cohen, EdD, as Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management and Career Services.

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