THE COLLEGE OF NEW ROCHELLE 
AT A GLANCE

The College of New Rochelle, founded in 1904 by the Order of St. Ursula, is an independent institution with a Catholic tradition. Serving a population diverse in age, social ethnic and economic backgrounds, CNR seeks to challenge its students to reach their full potential. It is comprised of the all-women School of Arts & Sciences, and three schools which admit women and men the School of New Resources, the School of Nursing, and the Graduate School.


SCHOOL OF NEW RESOURCES

Enrollment: Approximately 4,700 adults students at six branch campuses
Average Class Size: 18 students
Degree Offered: Bachelor of Arts
Areas of Interest: Communications, Foreign Languages, Letters (English composition and literature, philosophy and religious studies), Psychology, Social Sciences
Academic Calendar: Two semesters  Fall and Spring and two Summer Sessions
Accreditation: The Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (3624 Market Street. Philadelphia, PA 19104. Chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York.
ADMISSION
The School of New Resources welcomes adults age 21 or older, who have a high school diploma or its equivalent, and have successfully completed an English assessment, which is used for academic advisement and placement. Students without a high school diploma may be admitted based on successful completion of a Federally approved ability-to-benefit test and successful completion of an English assessment.

All new students who wish to apply for transfer credit for work done previously at another college or university must request that an official copy of their transcript(s) be sent to the campus to which they are applying. 
ACCESS CENTERS
Located at each campus of the School of New Resources, the Access Centers are designed for students who need to reinforce grammatical concepts of standard English, expand and develop vocabulary, sharpen reading and mathematical skills, or acquire computer literacy skills.
COST AND FINANCIAL AID
Financial Aid is available if you qualify. Ninety percent of our students qualify for aid in the form of grants, scholarships, or loans. Please speak to a financial aid counselor at your campus about your needs.

 
 

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