More than 30 Programs of Study
Our high academic standards and rigorous learning environment in programs in art, communication, education and human services ensure that students engage fully with their coursework and peers, develop a deep knowledge of their subject area, and graduate poised to succeed.OUR PROGRAMS »
Our exceptional faculty members are distinguished experts in their fields who are deeply invested in their students' progress and success – consistently challenging them to learn, grow, and excel.MEET OUR FACULTY »
The Graduate School prepares students to transition directly into new or advanced positions in their field through a rigorous, career-oriented curriculum.ACADEMICS AT THE GRADUATE SCHOOL »
The Graduate School offers weekend, evening, and summer courses as well as full- and part-time study options in order to accommodate our students' responsibilities outside of the classroom.SCHEDULE A VISIT AND LEARN MORE »
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Experience the academic atmosphere by visiting a classroom and meeting students and faculty.Thursday, December 6, 2018, 6:00-7:30 pm
MAKE AN IMPACT
Over 12,000 men and women have earned degrees from The College of New Rochelle Graduate School and are making an impact in their field. Our former students have gone on to successful careers as teachers and administrators, psychologists and counselors, art therapists and communications specialists. Our Office of Career Development is available for everything from assistance with resume and cover letter writing to job search strategies.Office of Career Development »
FINANCING YOUR EDUCATION
We are committed to making your education affordable. The College recognizes outstanding students who demonstrate exceptional achievement, leadership, commitment to service, and intellectual promise through numerous merit scholarships and grants, which range up to full tuition. Our financial aid packages are extensive and meet the needs of all types of families. Every accepted student is evaluated for merit- and need-based opportunities.Financial Aid »
Dr. Michael Anker Opens Fall Lecture Series at Rosa Parks Campus
On October 1, the College’s Rosa Parks Campus hosted “Changing One’s Life – A Philosophical Discussion on Transformation,” featuring Dr. Michael Anker, assistant professor of liberal arts. The discussion was the first in a series of academic, cultural, and social events featuring CNR faculty and guest speakers to be held at the Harlem campus this fall.
First-year Students Benefit from Alumni Career Experiences
More than 200 first-year students had an opportunity to hear firsthand from CNR alumni about their careers and the role that a CNR education played in their success at an Alumni Career Panel on October 1, 2018 in Maura Ballroom.