21st Century Education
A 21st century liberal arts education which encourages all students to become leaders who are fluid, marketable and competitive as opportunities and market demands change.LEARN MORE »
Undergraduate Information Session
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Our rigorous academic programs, offered in over 20 areas of study, promote leadership and personal development, exposing students to resources, information, and insights that prepare them for meaningful lives in a complex and rapidly changing society.ACADEMICS »
Your Dream Made Affordable
The College provides a wide range of academic scholarships, grants, and loans to make a great education affordable for our students.FINANCIAL AID »
Mentors, Teachers, and Leaders
Our outstanding faculty are consistently recognized nationally and internationally for their scholastic achievements. But it's the time, care, and personal attention they dedicate to the success of each student that truly sets them apart.MEET OUR FACULTY »
Vibrant Campus Life
Opportunities for learning and growth at The College of New Rochelle extend far beyond the classroom to include a wide variety of activities and interests – from service-learning initiatives like our popular Community Service Day, and a variety of clubs to our NCAA Division III athletic programs.LIFE AT CNR »
Learn more about the CNR undergraduate experience — student life, academic programs, and requirements for admission. The sessions last about an hour and end with a campus tour given by a Student Ambassador.Schedule a Visit »
OUR BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS
Our students enjoy a beautiful and peaceful setting for learning and exploration in suburban Westchester County, just 16 miles north of Manhattan. Located in the heart of New Rochelle, our tree-lined campus combines historic buildings like the iconic Leland Castle, and cutting-edge facilities such as our award-winning Wellness Center. Our proximity to New York City gives students access to the rich and varied intellectual, cultural, and professional opportunities it offers.
Our academic and extracurricular programs give students access to practical learning experiences in diverse environments – from internships with nearby companies and organizations including HBO, Human Rights Watch, JP Morgan Chase, and the United Nations to study-abroad opportunities in Europe, South America, Africa, and Asia. These transformative experiences instill the confidence, and knowledge students need to succeed not only in their first job, but over the course of their entire career.
National Book Award Finalist Keeps it Real for MFA Students
When novelist Angela Flournoy steps up to the microphone in the art-lined gallery of La Maison d'Art, anticipation fills the air. You can hear the audience lean in to listen to her. The National Book Award finalist read selections from her breakout novel, The Turner House, on November 8 as part of the reading series for CNR’s MFA program in creative writing.
Student Leaders Attend NACA Northeast Conference in Hartford
On November 2, CNR Director of Student Activities Jason Gloe and four student leaders travelled to Hartford, CT to take part in this year’s National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Northeast Conference.