Art is vital to the life of The College of New Rochelle.
It is a language that cuts across racial, cultural, social, educational, and economic barriers. It provides a means for self-expression, bringing our inner worlds into concrete reality.
It helps students learn -- improving academic achievement, and can impart personal strength.
The arts programs at The College of New Rochelle brings rich, cultural diversity to its students.
Through the Castle Gallery
, Gordon A. Parks Gallery & Cultural Arts Center
, and other venues, students have exposure and access to art outside the classroom.
Inside the classroom, The College of New Rochelle offers undergraduate studies in Studio Art, Art Therapy, Art Education, and Art History
, and graduate programs in Art Therapy and Art Therapy/Counseling.
Our highly skilled faculty provides students with a solid academic base on which to build technical skills.
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