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Berkeley Campus

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The John F. Kennedy University Berkeley campus is located in the historic H. J. Heinz building on the corner of Ashby and San Pablo Avenues. At this campus, the College of Graduate and Professional Studies offers its Museum Studies program, a fast-track cohort program in the MA Counseling Psychology program, and the Expressive Arts and Depth Psychotherapy specializations in the MA Counseling Psychology - Holistic program.

The facility has a computer lab, library, student lounge, and free parking.

Transportation Information

From BART
The closest BART station is Ashby, at the corner of Ashby Ave. and Martin Luther King. It is approximately 1.5 miles east of the campus. For more information, visit the BART website or 511.org

AC Transit Bus
The AC Transit Bus 3 runs down Ashby Ave. Please check the AC Transit website for complete route information.

Emery-Go-Round
The Emery-Go-Round travels from the McArthur Bart Station and Amtrak stations and stops near the campus. Click here for more information.

Amtrak
There is an Amtrak station in both Berkeley and Emeryville and both are relatively short taxi rides to or from the Berkeley Annex. The AC Transit and Emery-Go-Round also stop at the Amtrak Stations.

Berkeley Campus