CNR Celebrates Opening of New Rosa Parks Campus in Harlem
On the cusp of the anniversary of Rosa Parks’ courageous stand for civil rights, The College of New Rochelle Community came together to celebrate the opening of the new, expanded Rosa Parks Campus in Harlem.Read More
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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 »
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Register for an upcoming information session:Thursday, February 21, 2019, 6:00-8:00 pm
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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 »
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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 »
CNR’s Spring 2019 Juried Art Exhibit Showcases Artist’s “Personal Best” Pieces
The College of New Rochelle’s Mooney Center Art Gallery is currently holding the Annual Juried Art Exhibit, which is sponsored by the Graduate Division of Professional & Fine Arts. The theme for this year’s exhibit is “Personal Best.”
Dr. Ong Discusses his Passion for Antique Book Collection
Dr. Nelson Ong, Associate Professor of Political Science, spoke to an audience of students, staff, and area residents about what drives his passion for book collecting. During the lecture, Ong shared his impressive collection of antique books and rare illustrations.