Student Life at the Brooklyn Campus
The Student Government Council hears students' concerns and advocates on behalf of the student body. Members of the SGC organize activities such as Spirit Day, blood drives, and bake sales, and also take part in new student orientations and information sessions for prospective students.
The Black Male Empowerment Network meets bi-weekly to discuss the issues that affect men and support each other in their academic journey.
The Sister to Sister Circle is for women students who seek to support each other through academic and family issues.
The Campus Ministry at the Brooklyn Campus, made up of students, faculty, and staff, seeks to provide spiritual enrichment to students seeking ways of growing in their faith tradition. Prayer meetings take place the last Tuesday of each month. Activities include hospital visits, themed workshops and film viewings, volunteer work at shelters, and providing clothes and food to the homeless during Midnight Runs.
Students can also get involved in Campus Ministry by applying for the Faith-Based Community Service Internship, a service-learning project for credit. Interns assist the Office of Campus Ministry in its work of faith development, service, and peace and justice. For more information, contact campus representative Ellen Jacobs at (718) 638-2500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brooklyn Campus organizes community service activities, such as collecting educational items for local daycare programs.
Students can also take part in Plunge Service Trips, during which they spend Spring Break completing a week of service with people in need. Past participants have traveled to Haiti, New York City after Hurricane Sandy, Missouri, Ecuador, and New Orleans.
The Office of Career Development, located on the Main Campus, provides support to all students and alumni in choosing and advancing their careers. Career Development helps students develop effective study and life management skills; explore their areas of interest; create a career strategy; search for jobs effectively; and plan for graduate study.
CAREERlink is The College of New Rochelle's internship and job database for students and alumni. Current students can login using their CNR credentials. Alumni can register for a new account. Get connected with CAREERLink!
Counseling and Health Services
The Office of Counseling and Health Services is located on the New Rochelle campus in Angela Hall, First Floor. The Office can be reached at (914) 654-5311. The Office is open Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Office offers Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) vaccinations for all School of New Resources students on all campuses.
An immunization record is required to be on file in the Health Services Office. The primary purpose of this information is to assure that immunizations are current and to provide a historical basis for the provision of health care.
Arts & Culture
The Brooklyn Campus' location in Restoration Plaza provides students with convenient access to arts and cultural events. Students receive discounts to the 200-seat Billie Holiday Theatre, established in 1972 and the only professional resident theatre company in Brooklyn. The Center for Arts & Culture at the Plaza hosts arts instruction, gallery exhibitions, artists' talks, and public performances.
The School of New Resources holds an annual Basketball Tournament for students from all campuses.
All students have access to the Wellness Center on the New Rochelle campus, which features a gymnasium with basketball and volleyball courts, a running track, fitness center, and competition-size swimming pool, and hosts classes and programs.