Pre-College Academic Program
This 14-week program prepares students pass the new, more rigorous High School Equivalency (HSE) exam, allowing them to go on to pursue a college degree.ENROLL TODAY >>
With campuses in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem, Lower Manhattan, and Westchester County, the School of New Resources allows you to learn in your own community.FIND A CAMPUS NEAR YOU »
Earn Your Degree Quickly
Intensive six-credit courses help students complete their degrees sooner and allow students to pursue a full-time course load while attending classes just two days a week.ACADEMICS AT SNR »
A Degree Plan Tailored to You
Students work with academic advisors to devise personal degree plans that take their current work-life responsibilities into account.LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR ACADEMIC PROGRAM »
We Value Your Experience
The School of Resources allows students to earn credits based on past work and life experience.CREDIT FOR PRIOR LEARNING »
A PROGRAM DESIGNED FOR ADULTS
SNR — recently named a best practice institution in a national study — provides a quality liberal arts education that develops critical thinking, writing, and oral communication skills, and the tech competence needed in today's job market.
As part of your Bachelor of Arts degree, you will specialize in an area of concentration, including Communications, Foreign Languages, and Psychology.Academics at SNR »
A HEAD START ON A CAREER
The School of New Resources also offers a certificate program in addiction counseling that prepares students for the New York state licensing exam.CASAC Certificate Program »
Chelnik Family’s Commitment to CNR Made Manifest at Art Therapy Conference
More than 120 art therapy students and professionals gathered at The College of New Rochelle on April 8 to share knowledge and enhance understanding of their chosen field at a conference hosted by the Graduate School’s Division of Professional & Fine Arts.
School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions Collaborates with Westchester County Department of Health to Combat Opioid Overdoses
Forty members of the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions Class of 2017 were trained in the administration of Nalaxone (Narcan™) to help fight the epidemic of opioid and heroin overdoses.