This spring, The College of New Rochelle will offer its renowned School of New Resources Bachelor's Degree Program at the Schoolhouse Terrace Development in downtown Yonkers. The Schoolhouse Terrace development is a collaborative effort between The Community Builders, Inc., the City of Yonkers Municipal Housing Authority, and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Our newest location provides you with accelerated degree programs right in your own neighborhood! With the majority of classes offered close to home, you can prepare for the TASC exam (formerly GED) or earn your bachelor's degree while maintaining a healthy work, life, and school balance. Your final Capstone course will be offered at the beautiful main campus of the college and you will have access to all of CNR's extensive resources. In addition you will be able to network with prominent faculty and alumni who will help you get ahead—all for an incredibly affordable price.
Schoolhouse Terrace development
43 Ashburton Ave, Yonkers, NY 10701
- Earn your High School Diploma by Passing the TASC Exam (formerly GED) and be Eligible for College and/or Job Placement
- 14-week Preparation Course Modeled on a College Semester will help you Pass TASC covering all 5 TASC Subject Areas (English Reading and Writing, Math, Science and Social Studies)
- Course Offered Locally at the Schoolhouse Terrace Location on Ashburton Avenue in Yonkers
- Small Class Size / No Fee
Earn Your Bachelor's Degree
- Accelerated, Six-credit Course Offerings Allow you to Complete the Degree Quickly
- Attend Classes Locally at the Schoolhouse Terrace Location on Ashburton Avenue in Yonkers
- Advance your Knowledge and Skills at a Competitive and Affordable Price with Excellent Financial Aid Packages
- Network with the Faculty of The College of New Rochelle
- Academic Support Services and Academic and Professional Advisement at your Fingertips at this Location
Accredited Programs and Flexible Courses
Most School of New Resources students are juggling more than just schoolwork. To accommodate your busy schedule, we offer evening, weekend, and summer courses. Many courses can be completed at home, and you can even earn credit with an independent research project.
Whether you're a fresh high school graduate, seeking a career change, pursuing advanced studies, or an adult undergrad, we can help you succeed.
Have questions about the admission process? Contact the Office of Admission today to speak with an Admission Advisor. the Office of Admission can be reached by calling 914-654-5452, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org