The College of New Rochelle is an institution that has nearly 3,500 students on six campuses across the Greater New York City area. Academic programs are offered in four schools - the School of Arts & Sciences , the School of New Resources, School of Nursing & Healthcare Proffesions, and the Graduate School.
At CNR, the School of Arts & Sciences offers a wide variety of degree programs in Liberal Arts, pre-professional programs in law, medicine, and health professions, as well as an honors curriculum, teacher education certification, legal studies, community action certificate program, as well as 4+1 programs. Some of our popular majors in the School of Arts & Sciences are Business, Education, Art, Criminal Justice, Communications & Psychology. The School of Nursing which believes in Holistic Nursing, is widely recognized for its outstanding curriculum. CNR nurses are known for their education and ability, their caring-healing practice, and their advocacy for patients and the nursing profession. The School of New Resources offers studies for working adults such as GED programs as well as flexible schedules for adults trying to obtain their Liberal Arts Bachelors Degree, and Graduate School programs are Masters programs offered in the areas of Arts and Communications, Education, Human Services, Nursing and more.