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Walk into Berkeley through Telegraph Ave. and you are surrounded with its achievements. Summer school was in full swing which added laughter and excitement as the kids moved around. Totally unaware of the influence had in the 60's and 70's, some of them may step...More
Register online for a tour in advance, the tour is free, but you pay about $4 an hour for parking. They do a nice basic tour of the campus that goes from 10-11:30 and you can get a feel for the place. Enjoyed going up...More
Touring the campus of Cal Berkeley is a great experience even if you are not a prospective college student and even more fun if you are touring with someone who is. It is an expansive campus right in the middle of the city of Berkeley....More
We enjoy visiting college campuses wherever we travel and this is a beautiful campus for walking. It is not every university that has its own grove of redwoods. Be sure to take the elevator to the top of the Sather Tower for its 360 views...More
It’s a short walk from the BART station. And we were there on the weekend so we get to see the flea market right outside the uni which was a plus. They have beautiful buildings, and once you’re inside, make sure to walk all the...More
My adult son and I were in the area going to professional baseball games. When we visit new towns, we enjoy going to local college to tour the campus. My son was a swimmer at a Division 1 college and he has been to many...More
3.6.18_ we visited Sather clock tower popularly known as campanile , most enduring landmark, at Berkeley University, Sather tower has a height of about 328 Feet,was completed in 1915, was gifted by Jane K Sather. After taking entry ticket of 2 $ each,We went at...More
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You can take the Richmond line to Downtown Berkeley and from there the campus is a bus ride/10-15 minute walk north. Ryan L is correct that in order to be accepted into Haas you must apply separately upon being accepted to... More
You can take the Richmond line to Downtown Berkeley and from there the campus is a bus ride/10-15 minute walk north. Ryan L is correct that in order to be accepted into Haas you must apply separately upon being accepted to UC Berkeley. Applications are typically done in the sophomore year after completing the pre-requisited and writing the necessary essays. You can find more information about this on the Haas website (just search apply to Haas undergraduate Berkeley in Google) and I would suggest going to Haas itself when visiting rather than the undergraduate office in Sproul if you are looking for more detailed answers. Additionally, if you have any international student questions go to Berkeley International Office, on Piedmont. It is quite close to Haas in proximity as well.