Excellent Professional Preparation
The School of Nursing boasts an intensive academic program incorporating extensive professional preparation in nursing, an outstanding liberal arts curriculum, and a compassionate approach to patient care.ACADEMICS AT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING »
The RN-BSN Program is now at our Brooklyn Campus!
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Varied Academic Programs
The School of Nursing offers programs for both undergraduate and graduate students of all backgrounds, including traditional and transfer students, those looking to change careers, and registered nurses seeking to advance their education.
Our nursing students' track record of success has helped us build close relationships with prestigious health care institutions in the greater New York area, with many students going on to work for their practicum institution after graduation.OUR CLINICAL AFFILIATIONS »
REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE
Our nursing students gain hands-on clinical experience at some of the most prestigious health care institutions in the world, including New York Presbyterian / Columbia University Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Montefiore Medical Center, and Blythedale Children's Hospital. On campus, our students can put the skills they learn in the classroom into action through our Learning Resource Center for Nursing, a modern facility with two fully equipped nursing skills laboratories and two clinical simulation rooms with interactive mannequins.Our Clinical Affiliates »
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.Undergraduate Aid & Scholarships »
CNR Celebrates 11th Annual Community Service Day
Through a variety of activities included Special Olympics team competitions; nursing home visits; and book, food, and school supply drives, The College of New Rochelle celebrated its 11th annual Community Service Day on Wednesday, April 20.
CNR Nurse Education Program Uses 21st-Century Technology
During a recent meeting of her class “Nursing Care of Children,” Dr. Lynda Shand, associate professor of nursing and coordinator of The College of New Rochelle’s newly revised MS Graduate Nursing Education Program, presented students with a hypothetical patient—a child with asthma. “What are the four most important issues to assess right now?” she asked.