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 »
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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 »
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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 »
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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. Amy Bass Talks About "My Brother's Keeper" on WVOXJuly 1, 2015
Principal Reggie Richardson and activist David Peters talked about the White House initiative "My Brother's Keeper" with Dr. Amy Bass, Professor of History and Director of CNR's Honors Program, on her weekly radio show on WVOX.
CNR Welcomes New Students at Freshman OrientationJune 30, 2015
Incoming freshman students gathered in the Sweeny Student Center on Monday and Tuesday for freshman orientation.