CENTENNIAL CALENDAR  -  CNR HISTORY  -  CENTENNIAL PROFILES  -  REMEMBERING CNR -  CNR PHOTOS


T H E  C O L L E G E  O F  N E W  R O C H E L L E  S E A L  


CNR Seal

Reserved for more formal ceremonies, communications, diplomas, and certificates, the seal is symbolic of the College’s high values and ideals.  Upon the seal appear items specific to the history of the College – the open book, reflecting devotion to intellectual disciplines; the burning torch, a symbol of the faith which illuminates and guides; the ship, illustrating the vessel upon which the first settlers of the City came from La Rochelle; and laurel leaves, representing the Ursula Laurus, the traditional symbol of Ursuline students for more than four centuries. Circumscribing the whole, the name Collegium Novae Rupellae personalizes the seal and expresses anew the nature of the institution – a college that is a seat of learning and a gathering place for scholars.



O F F I C E  O F  C O M M U N I C A T I O N S
29 Castle Place, New Rochelle, NY 10805

info@cnr.edu



CNR CENTENNIAL INDEX  -  CNR MAIN INDEX

( c )   T H E  C O L L E G E  O F  N E W  R O C H E L L E ,  2 0 0 4 .