Berklee Achievement Grant Program

Achievement Grants are increases in aid awarded to students with Berklee scholarships and/or grants that augment financial aid packages each year.  These awards provide incentives to students based on their achievement and financial need to complete their education at Berklee.  

Students with Berklee scholarships and/or grants who earn a minimum cumulative grade point average equal to or greater than 3.0 and also demonstrate financial need may qualify for tiered increases in aid for their second, third and fourth years at Berklee.


April 24 & 25 @ BPC: Legally Blonde: The Musical

Elle Woods is the Delta Nu sorority’s sweetheart and homecoming queen who doesn’t take “no” for an answer. When her boyfriend, Warner, dumps her for someone “serious,” Elle puts down the credit cards, hits the books, and heads to Harvard. Along the way, Elle proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style. Based on the 2001 film starring Reese Witherspoon, this high-energy musical features music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin and book by Heather Hach.

Participate in The FAM's Flashmob as a Tribute to the 2013 Boston Marathon

The FAM, a local production team,  is putting together a flashmob called "Beat as One" for Boston as a tribute to the 2013 Boston Marathon.  There will be three rehearsals: Sunday, April 6; Monday, April 7; and Thursday, April 10. The final performance will take place on the Prudential Mall Courtyard on April 13. Additional details will be sent to all participants who sign up at

From the FAM:

We hope to gain support and share this with as many people within the city of Boston as we can.

Earn an Extra Entry to the iPad Air Giveaway by Referring a Friend

Enter to win an iPad Air, or other prizes from local businesses, by downloading the In Case of Crisis Emergency Guide app and answering two questions on a submission form! 

FUSION Creative Writing Contest with Guest Judge Melissa Ferrick

Cosponsored by FUSION magazine and the Office for Diversity and Inclusion

Singer-songwriter Melissa Ferrick, an assistant professor in Berklee’s Songwriting Department, is partnering with FUSION magazine for a creative writing contest.

Write a poem, short story, or nonfiction piece based on Ferrick’s song, “I Don’t Want You to Change.”* Ferrick and a panel of judges will select a grand-prize winner and two runners-up.

Roddy Galli's Senior Recital

Monday / April 7, 2014 / 7:00 p.m.
Oliver Colvin Recital Hall
1140 Boylston Street, Boston, MA, 02215

TR Sauce Off Winners

The first-ever Technology Resources spaghetti sauce competition was a success! Thank you to everyone who entered the contest and everyone who came by to taste the sauces. Also a special thank you to the judges and Aramark!

Contest Participants

Bill Anderson
Samantha Carrera
Joe Chinni
Nikki DePasquale
Linda Embardo
Adam Gojanovich
George Nikola
Sara Tomassetti

Contest Judges

Stefanie Henning
Sean "Sauce Boss" Sturgis
Bill Whitney

Voice Mail Maintenance on April 18

On Friday, April 18 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. EST the voice mail system will be upgraded. The system will be unavailable during this time. Voice mail greetings, recordings, and messages will be moved to the new system during this time frame.

Thank you for your support during this upgrade. 

Introducing the Berklee Staff Facebook Group

Learn about staff events happening across campus, find out about your colleagues' shows, or post your own announcements!


Student Study Lounge and Dining Hall Survey Update

On behalf of the college Space Planning Committee, thank you for your survey responses on temporary use of the former dining hall in 150 Massachusetts Avenue. A rehearsal facility was the primary request, though there were several other ideas that the committee will consider in future projects. We are working with the city of Boston to obtain the appropriate permits to allow the former dining room to support rehearsals, seminars, and other special functions.