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One College. Four Schools. Limitless Possibilities.

The College of New Rochelle prepares students — from traditional age to adult learners — to become successful professionals and confident individuals poised to contribute to society in important and meaningful ways.

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A Catholic College in the Ursuline Tradition

Founded by the Ursuline Order in 1904, we honor our Catholic heritage through a longstanding commitment to inclusivity, service, and intellectual engagement that connect students of all backgrounds and beliefs.

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Critical Thinkers. Motivated Learners.

Our dedicated students benefit from rigorous academic programs and personal interactions with faculty that promote leadership and growth.

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A Supportive Community

Our diverse learners are supported by a welcoming community that fosters lifelong friendships, lasting connections, and boundless opportunities for enrichment.

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Poised to Make a Difference

Our students graduate with the confidence, knowledge, and skills they need to excel. From science and business to health care and education, our alumni make a positive, meaningful impact within their fields and on society.

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Commitment to Service

The College of New Rochelle has been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for five years running, and seeks to instill in its students a deep concern for others.

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ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS

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The College of New Rochelle offers a range of programs for students of all ages and educational backgrounds across our four schools: the all-women School of Arts & Sciences, the School of New Resources for adult learners, the School of Nursing for undergraduate and graduate students, and the Graduate School.

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FACTS AT A GLANCE

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PERCENTAGE OF FULL-TIME FACULTY WHO HOLD THE TERMINAL DEGREE IN THEIR FIELD

Our faculty are recognized across the country and around the world for their scholastic achievements, but their dedication to our students' success is what truly sets them apart.

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PERCENTAGE OF FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS WHO RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID FROM CNR

The College of New Rochelle believes in recognizing academic achievement through scholarships and grants, and providing support to deserving students of diverse backgrounds.

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NUMBER OF PROUD CNR GRADUATES

Our alumni network boasts leaders in the fields of broadcasting, finance, education, the arts, and much more.

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DISTANCE BETWEEN OUR MAIN CAMPUS AND MANHATTAN — THE NATION'S MOST DYNAMIC CITY

Our students have access to professional, educational, and cultural experiences found nowhere else in the world.

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CNR WAS FOUNDED 16 YEARS BEFORE WOMEN HAD THE RIGHT TO VOTE

The first Catholic college for women in New York, CNR has, over more than a century, continued to build upon its mission of providing higher education to those who have not had access to before.

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VISIT US

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The best way to see yourself at CNR is to visit us in person. We look forward to welcoming you to one of our campuses.

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NEWS

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'Not Really' at Castle Gallery Tackles Daily Fictions

January 28, 2015

The latest exhibit at the Castle Gallery explores the illusory, fabricated, and contrived nature of our mediated and digitalized contemporary world.

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Dr. Dennis Ryan Honored for Promotion of Catholic Studies

January 20, 2015

A CNR professor has received the 2015 Distinguished Teaching Award from the American Catholic Historical Association for promoting Catholic studies in a career that has spanned more than four decades.

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EVENTS

1Feb

Art Exhibit: "Low Utopia"

February 1, 2015 10:00 a.m.
1Feb

CNR Mass

February 1, 2015 11:00 a.m.
2Feb

CNR Mass

February 2, 2015 12:30 p.m.
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