Reasons to attend the University of California Berkeley include the Reserves Officers’ Training Corp, the number of clubs and organizations there are to join, and small class size. For the student who has not yet decided on a major, there are 170 academic programs from which to choose.
Berkeley offers three military officers’ commissioning programs; Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, Army ROTC, and Naval ROTC. Students earn college degrees while training to become military officers.
Berkeley offers more than 1,000 student organizations and clubs, including student government, dramatics, debate and hang gliding. There are dozens of fraternity and sorority chapters for students to involve themselves.
As of 2015, 59 percent of the classes at Berkeley had fewer than 20 students. A few of its most popular academic departments and programs include Social Sciences, Biological Sciences, and Engineering. The Division of Social Sciences is the largest in the university. Students are offered a unique opportunity in their search for solutions to social problems. The Division of Biological Sciences prepares students for careers in fields such as health sciences, veterinary medicine and biotechnology. If a student has an interest in how things work and how to make them work better, studying engineering is a good reason to attend the University of California Berkeley.