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97 Percent Student Satisfaction Rate at Berklee Online

Berklee Online is proud to report an unprecedented result of 97 percent overall satisfaction among graduating students!

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Combat Rock: Berklee Online Student Fights Military PTSD One Track at a Time with Vet-Traxx Project

Eric Lewis, a 20-year veteran of the United States Navy, has faced the sort of difficulties through his life and career which might be unfathomable to a civilian. But music was there with him.

Rock On, Berklee Online Class of 2018!

Berklee Online’s Class of 2018 is full of inspirational students, many of whom took unlikely paths to get here.

Podcast Episode 019: Trevor Horn

Trevor Horn is not only a co-writer of “Video Killed the Radio Star” and a producer of mega-hits for Yes, John Legend, ABC, and more. He’s also a Berklee Online student!

David Skorton talks Berklee Online, and the future of education

Renowned educator David Skorton has played music as a hobby for nearly 60 years, so it makes sense that when he tested the waters of online education, he dipped into a music course.

Student Spotlight: Cleniece Owino & Christine Maina

Cleniece and Christine are both musical educators based in Kenya. They both chanced upon Berklee Online courses and found them so inspirational that they used the material to teach their students.

Berklee Online's Newest Graduates Reflect on Commencement, Careers, and Dreams

When Luis Rivera arrived home in Puerto Rico after last weekend’s festivities in Boston, the first thing he did was place a “Berklee Alumni” sticker on his car.

Podcast Episode 006: Divinity Roxx

Best known for her work as the bassist in Beyoncé’s all-female band, Divinity Roxx is now furthering her musical education with Berklee Online.

Kip Winger Talks GRAMMY Nomination and Berklee Online Experience

Kip Winger humbly refers to himself as “a rock guy who had some hits in the ’80s,” which is only part of the picture.

Craig Hella Johnson Brings Matthew Shepard's Story to Boston

Berklee Online student and Grammy Award winner Craig Hella Johnson will bring Considering Matthew Shepard, a moving three-part oratorio to Boston’s Symphony Hall on February 5, 2017.