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To find out first hand about the many advantages of a CNR education,
why not go directly to the source and read what our students in our four schools have to say?


SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF NURSING

SCHOOL OF NEW RESOURCES

GRADUATE SCHOOL



SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCES

Traditional-Age/Women-Only Undergraduate Program

"I  considered Virginia Union, Virginia State University and Spelman College. I picked The College of New Rochelle because when I first visited the campus everyone was so welcoming. Also, the free laptop that incoming freshmen receive had a lot to do with my coming here. It really cut down on the cost of my education."

Araba Adjeikoranteng
Class of 2008
Political Science
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"One of the many things I love about CNR is that it offers very close relationships between the students and professors. This is because it is a small college with a lovely campus where everything is open and available to students."

Jelena Krstic
Class of 2010
Political Science and History
Honors Program
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I always knew I wanted to become a teacher, and CNR has a variety of teacher certification programs from which to choose. I was also attracted to the College becauseof the location. I could be away at school, and also close to home. I also loved the small school environment of the College. I knew that at CNR I would receive the individualized attention that would help me prepare for my future. "

Allison Ippoliti
Class of 2009
Religious Studies and Psychology
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I also considered Mount St. Vincent, Adelphi and St. Joseph's College.  I chose to attend CNR because I loved how welcoming and helpful everyone from the students to the faculty and staff were when I visited during an Open House. "

Giovanna Dolan
Class of 2008
Business & Psychology
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I knew that I wanted to attend a school with a strong art program so I considered other schools that were closer to home, like SUNY Albany, Saint Rose, and Skidmore. When I visited CNR for the first time, I was able to meet some of the faculty members and see the campus. I felt welcome here and came away with a great impression. "

Sarah Worthington
Class of 2007
Art History & Women’s Studies Major
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"I think one of the greatest things about CNR is the community. The professors are always willing to help and they know who you are. Unlike at other colleges where you are just a number. "

Danielle Peets
Class of 2006
French & English Major

School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"I decided to come to CNR when I realized that of all the schools I had visited, CNR offered me what I wanted most of all, a college that would be small, quiet, and safe. "

Blanca Pacca
Class of 2008
Biology Major
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I won a scholarship to study abroad through an organization in Belfast called  Business Education Initiative. There are 150 students from that program studying in the United States, from Georgia to Iowa. I was given a choice between Wesley College in Iowa and The College of New Rochelle. I selected CNR and I think I made the right decision."

Ailsa Friel
International Exchange Student
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"What I like most about CNR is the communication between students and professors. I don’t think this “friendliness” would happen at a big university or college. Here at CNR the classes are small so professors knows you very well and you get to know them as people as well as teachers."

Jee Hee Yoon
Class of 2009
International Relations Major
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"The College of New Rochelle is a place where students can find advisors, alumnae, and professors who are constantly thinking of internship, scholarship, and work opportunities for students. Anyone who decides to come to CNR would be wise to take advantage of the wide array of opportunities available."

Vanessa Ceron
Class of 2005
Honors Program
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"I applied to 13 schools when I was in high school. I really wanted to end up in Boston, but after visiting The College of New Rochelle, I changed my mind. I thought CNR was very friendly, beautiful, and I especially liked that the School of Arts & Sciences was a women’s college."

Bekki Mui
Class of 2007
Honors Program
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I chose The College of New Rochelle because of the great financial aid, the close proximity to Manhattan, and the warm, welcoming atmosphere I encountered when I visited the college."

Maria Gonzalez
Class of 2005
Honors Program
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e




"The College of New Rochelle is a very nurturing atmosphere. They are so many resources available on campus that enables you to grow as individual. There is a strong sense of pride and community throughout the campus. At CNR you can really focus on your studies without being distracted. Your professors really want to see you succeed and take an active role in helping you earn your degree."

Roxanne Morrison
Class of 2006
Business/Economics Major
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"As an all-women college in New Rochelle we are not limited by our location. The College has made me aware of all the resources that surround us, and we are within a half hour of all the great galleries in Manhattan. New Rochelle is a wonderful place to prepare to be an artist, and the best part is that it is my hometown!"

Jaclyn Vincent
Studio Art Major
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"I did a college search through fastweb.com when I was in high school. I entered all of the attributes that I wanted in a college and The College of New Rochelle popped up in my research. I then wrote and asked for a viewbook and application and just fell in love with the campus, all the great gothic buildings. That’s one of the great things about CNR; it really looks like a college in England!  Somedays I think I’m living in a different country, not just Westchester."

Tanesha Grand-Pierre
Class of 2005
Political Science Major
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"At CNR, you are the one in control of your college experience. You can create opportunities for yourself, as well as be exposed to the variety of personalities this college has to offer. If you are willing to put in the time and hard work, you will make a difference! CNR has already made a major difference in my life."

Claire Fu
Class of 2005
International Studies/Communication Arts Major
School of Arts & Sciences
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



SCHOOL OF NURSING
Co-ed Undergraduate, Graduate, and Post-Graduate Programs

"The nursing program at The College of New Rochelle has been the most demanding but also the most enjoyable of the academic pursuits I have had. I feel I have acquired a new family and with graduation approaching I have mixed feelings. I am excited but also sad knowing that my daily life will not be the same after CNR. There is a magic here at The College of New Rochelle that is seldom found elsewhere."

Valerie Sirani
School of Nursing
Class of 2008
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"My classmates come from all over, and we all have had a variety of life experiences. Some of us have been to college; some haven’t. We are of different ethnic backgrounds, as well as of different religions. Some of us are just out of high school; others have had jobs and are coming back to school to change careers. It is quite a United Nations in the School of Nursing. I have made great new friends here at CNR. "

Addisa Goldman
Class of 2009
School of Nursing
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I chose CNR because the campus was beautiful and I love the small class sizes. I was also attracted to the College because of its close proximity of New York City. And on top of that there is the fact that all incoming freshman in the School of Arts and Sciences and School of Nursing get a new laptop. "

Katy Klepfer
Class of 2009
School of Nursing
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e




"The small size, open spirit, proximity to New York City and my home (not to mention the scholarship they offered) all made CNR seem like the right choice. I picked The College of New Rochelle even though I never had a chance to visit the campus. And what a lovely surprise it was when I arrived in New Rochelle and realized that the CNR brochure lived up to the real thing."

Bethany Bellino
Class of 2007
School of Nursing
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"The College of New Rochelle has helped me prove that I can do more with my life than just have a job, and I am very grateful to all the professors in the School of Nursing for giving me the opportunity to make a success of my life. It has been a amazing period of my life. I will miss The College of New Rochelle; it has been like a second home for me."

Natasha Ramgahan
Class of 2005
School of Nursing
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"I decided to attend CNR because of its strong nursing program. I was attracted to the College because of its small and charming campus. Also, I wanted small classes where everyone knew everyone else. I wanted a college that made me feel comfortable. When I found CNR, I found a real home. This school is like one big happy family."

Ruth Collura
Class of 2008
School of Nursing
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I decided to go to CNR because the College was able to meet both my personal and financial needs. I always wanted to go to a women's college that had small classes where I could receive the personalized education that I knew I would need to excel."

Gabrielle Carrasquillo
Class of 2008
School of Nursing
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e





"I love the fact that at CNR you can approach a faculty member and discuss any issues you might have. It is just an amazing environment. What a college!"

Nadia Jenkins
School of Nursing
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I know a few nurses who graduated from CNR and they loved the programs. When I attended the College’s Open House I realized the Accelerated Program here at CNR was the right program from me. All the faculty and staff have been just great from day one.

Mark Russell
Class of 2005
School of Nursing
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



SCHOOL OF NEW RESOURCES

Co-ed Adult Learning at Main Campus and Five Branch Campuses
Conveniently Located Throughout New York Metropolitan Area


"I did not consider any other colleges at that time because Dr. Spradley spoke so highly about the program, and when I read the literature, I was convinced that this was the school for me."

Sonia Russell
Class of 2008
School of New Resources
Co-op City Campus
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"I’m married and have a family. They are very supportive of my attending college to earn my degree and achieve my goals."

Lynette Hartfield
School of New Resources
Co-op City Campus
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I feel that by attending CNR I have been brought back into the light, and I will always be thankful to The College of New Rochelle for opening this educational door for me."

Paul Ehret
School of New Resources
Brooklyn Campus
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I decided on The College of New Rochelle because they offer an excellent undergraduate program and many of my colleagues and friends had attended and graduated from CNR. I knew it was a good college, and it was close to home."

Luis Cruz
School of New Resources
Rosa Parks Campus
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"If it wasn’t for the School of New Resources curriculum and classes, it would have taken me years and years to get a college degrees, and with three children to support and care for, I could have never afforded the time or money."

Evaliz Rodríguez
School of New Resources
John Cardinal O’Connor Campus
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"The campus atmosphere is warm and friendly, and the College has special programs that are available to help students if they need it. The College of New Rochelle makes coming to school a pleasure, not a hassle."

Michelle Eilets
School of New Resources
Co-op City Campus
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"When I first came to CNR I was aware of the accelerated program for adult learners, but really wasn’t aware of the many benefits and incentives that the School of New Resources could provide. The challenging curriculum of SNR has given me a solid liberal arts education that included a map to guide me through my journey of self-awareness."

Delilah Martinez
School of New Resources
John Cardinal O’Connor Campus
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e




"The most startling thing about The College of New Rochelle is its willingness to go the extra mile to help us reach our goals. The program is workable and adaptable; most important of all, it's conducive to an adult lifestyle. I didn't have to put my husband and my boys into storage when I went back to school. My life is even more wonderful and fulfilling because of CNR."

Renae Carr
School of New Resources
Far Rockaways Extension Site
Brooklyn Campus
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"What has surprised me the most about CNR is how friendly everyone is and how easy it is to make progress."

Susanne P. Lebrija
School of New Resources
New Rochelle Campus
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



GRADUATE SCHOOL

Co-ed Graduate and Post-Graduate Programs
Divisions of Art and Communication Arts - Education - Humanities

"About two years ago I decided that I wanted to be an art therapist. There are only about 30 graduate schools in the country that offer a Master's Degree in Art Therapy. CNR was my first choice."

Joyce Bellish
Class of 2009
Art Therapy/Counseling

Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"The fact that the School of New Resources is geared toward adult learners enables me to work full-time, attend college full-time, and still do my regular full-time job as a single mother."

Jeanette Vazquez                       
Guidance and Counseling
Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"I was most surprised by the flexibility of the course scheduling. The College really understands the needs of graduate students and does an excellent job of accommodating them."

Andrea Hamilton
Guidance and Counseling
Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e

"I researched several schools and The College of New Rochelle's program impressed me the most. Additionally, when I went to visit The College of New Rochelle, I was quite taken with the beauty of the campus and the warm feeling I received from the staff and students."

Melissa Gusmano
Art Education
Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"Having gone to a large state school as an undergraduate, where I spent most of my time running around from one department to another to get anything done, The College of New Rochelle is refreshingly user friendly."

Kelly Clark
Communication Arts
Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"When I compared the tuition costs of graduate schools it was obvious that CNR had the lowest tuition and the best courses for what I wanted to study. "

Gabe Kazigo
School Psychology
Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"The small classes, renowned professors, and personal attention were attracting as a prospect. The Graduate School views students with a high level of integrity, professionalism, respect, and community."

Nicole Schwarz
Art Therapy
Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e



"I have a masters in art education but I wanted a degree that was just about my own personal work as an artist. CNR gave me that opportunity. It is a great school where art is appreciated and artists valued."

Angela N. Canallo
Studio Art
Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"I had several friends who graduated from School of New Resources and the Graduate School.  They all spoke highly of their experiences and they, too, were able to improve themselves in their careers."

Tanya Thomas
Communication Arts
Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


"After I graduated from the College, I decided to continue my graduate studies here at CNR because it is such a wonderful school. I love going to classes on this beautiful campus. It’s important to me to have small classes where I know everyone and the professors know me. I am now enrolled in the Graduate School’s Early Childhood Special Education program."

Melissa Bauer
Early Childhood Special Education
Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
m o r e


To find out if  CNR is the right choice for you, please contact:

School of Arts & Sciences
Office of Admission
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, NY 10805
914-654-5334  
 email: admission@cnr.edu

School of New Resources
Office of the Dean
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, NY 10805
914-654-5334   
email: snr@cnr.edu

School of Nursing
Office of the Dean
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, NY 10805
914-654-5334  
 email: sn@cnr.edu

Graduate School
Office of the Dean
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, NY 10805
914-654-5334  
email: gs@cnr.edu


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