at The College of New Rochelle
Women are role
models and leaders
participate more fully in and out of
class and build higher levels of self esteem.
have more opportunities to hold leadership
be part of a caring and supportive community.
be surrounded by excellent women role
be prepared for challenging careers
in the new millennium.
the faculty, the administration,
With an atmosphere of intellectual challenge
and support that focuses on the educational needs of women, the
of Arts and Sciences offers undergraduate programs in all traditional disciplines
of the liberal arts and sciences, and in many professionally oriented fields.
In the School of Arts and Sciences, we encourage our students to think,
probe and be inquisitive; to speak up for themselves and take action; to
take on leadership positions; to try out new interests and acquire new
At The College
of New Rochelle, women are role models and leaders within the faculty,
the administration, and the student body. These role models allow students
to see themselves in leadership positions, and to seek advice and guidance.
Additionally, women from outside the college community come to the campus
to share their experiences and lend their expertise.
A faculty of
over 60 nationally and internationally distinguished scholars provide academic
supervision to the 500 young women enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences.
The School offers a challenging educational program to students who have
the ability, motivation, and talent to benefit from a competitive academic
experiences and involvement in campus activities provide our students with
the foundation for successful professional careers.
Internships and cooperative educations
programs, combine on-campus study and off-campus work experience.
Women faculty serve as role models, allowing
our students to seek advice and guidance in addressing challenges, including
the challenges particular to women in contemporary society.
of women’s colleges earn more!
Research has shown that graduates of women’s colleges earn more
than the national average of all women with college degrees. They represent
33% of all Fortune 1000 corporate board members and 42% of all female members
of Congress. And, they are more than twice as likely to receive doctoral
degrees and enter medical school than women graduates of coeducational
"Not every girl is willing to choose
a women’s college... Yet, every day I appreciate the fact that there are
no guys in my classes, that I can walk into class without worrying about
my makeup or sounding too smart. The simple fact is you can meet guys anywhere,
but it is not everyday that you come across a college whose sole
duty is to make you a stronger woman to face the world and achieve your