About the School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle School of Arts & Sciences is a college that prepares undergraduate students for successful careers through a robust liberal arts foundation, a strong focus on real-world skills and experiences, and a distinctive curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking and individual empowerment. As a Catholic institution, we remain dedicated to the Ursuline ideals upon which CNR was founded in 1904. A commitment to service, social justice, and lifelong education informs the student experience at SAS and strengthens the sense of community and belonging that enriches our campus.
The School of Arts & Sciences boasts a historic commitment to education, a rich tradition of engaging and empowering students to lead, and a strong network of distinguished alumni who provide mentorship and support for students. The School's rigorous academics, outstanding faculty, and small class sizes enable students to realize their potential and achieve their goals while receiving personalized attention and instruction.
Located on The College of New Rochelle's beautiful, historic campus just 16 miles from Manhattan, the School of Arts & Sciences offers plentiful extracurricular opportunities — including a wide selection of clubs and sports — that complement and enhance the educational experience.