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The College of New Rochelle
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The College of New Rochelle

New Rochelle, New York

Situated in a suburban community just minutes from New York City, The College of New Rochelle provides the best of both worlds — the intellectual, professional, and cultural stimulation provided by the remarkable city and the quiet retreat of a beautiful and safe park-like campus. The campus community is small enough that students and faculty know each other on a first-name basis, allowing for many chances to meet informally for discussion, study, and friendship.

 

The proximity to New York City offers the opportunity for internships and mentoring with recognized leaders in every field, as well as cultural events and activities, from the opera to the ballet, art galleries to inspiring lectures.

 

It’s an exciting and invigorating combination.

Student Profile

Fall 2014 Enrollment
3,082 undergraduate students
87% of undergrad students are full time
11% male — 89% female
4% of students are from out of state

Faculty Profile

2014-2015 Academic Year
97 full-time faculty
341 part-time faculty
15 to 1 student/faculty ratio

Residence Life

200 students live on the main campus in three residence halls.

Retention Fall 2014

53% of students began in Fall 2013 and returned in Fall 2014 (full time, first time freshmen)

6 Year Graduation Rate 2014

29% of students graduated in 6 years

ENROLLMENT BY RACIAL/ETHNIC CATEGORY - FALL 2014

Nonresident aliens 0%
Hispanic/Latino 13%
Black or African American 46%
White 6%
American Indian or Alaska Native 0%
Asian 2%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 0%
Two or more races 1%
Race and/or ethnicity unknown 32%

Athletics

NCAA Division III. Six sports for women: Basketball, Cross Country, Softball, Tennis, Swimming, and Volleyball. Four sports for men: Basketball, Swimming, Soccer (club), Volleyball (club)

Academic Programs

Art Education (K-12), Art History, Studio Art, Art Therapy, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Communication Arts, Economics, Education (K-12), English, Environmental Studies, Forensic Studies, French, History, Informatics, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Legal Studies, Liberal Arts Core Program, Mathematics, Modern and Classical Languages, Nursing, Philosophy, Political Science, Pre-Health Professions, Pre-Law, Pre-Medicine, Psychology, Religious Studies, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish and Sports Marketing.

More Distinctions

  • President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll -- Fifth Consecutive Year

  • The Wellness Center is a Silver LEED certified building which has won numerous awards.

  • Chartered by the Regents of the State of New York

  • Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education

  •  Baccalaureate Social Work Program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education

  • Education Programs accredited by the Regents Accreditation of Teacher Education

Internships and clinical placements are an intrinsic part of a CNR education. Some recent placements include: Catholic Charities, HBO, Human Rights Watch, Urban Home Ownership, JP Morgan Chase, , NBC TV, ABC TV,  CBS Sports, Fitness Magazine, Museum of Modern Art, NYC Board of Education, White Plains Hospital, Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, The Guggenheim Museum, The Today Show, WVOX, Spanish Broadcasting System, NYC Board of Education, MTV Network, BronxNet, Time Warner Book Group, NYC Metropolitan Transit Authority and the United Nations.

The Honors Program provides an enhanced learning experience and community for the most academically engaged students. The Honors Program joins the very best students with faculty in small seminars that emphasize active learning. Honors students also participate in independent research projects. At CNR, exceptional students enjoy freedom in the direction of their research and take responsibility for their own education.

The College of New Rochelle has been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the last five years. Service includes Midnight Runs to New York City to help the homeless, serve meals at the local soup kitchen, work with Habitat for Humanity, teach ESL, and volunteer with senior citizens. CNR students also take annual international and domestic service trips to spend a week serving those in need.

The Study Abroad Program is an important element among our campus offerings, allowing our students the opportunity to experience life abroad and completely immerse themselves in a foreign culture. The Russel and Deborah Taylor Foundation may fund up to half the cost for qualified students in study abroad programs. This helps to ensure that a diverse group of our students may participate.

The School of Arts & Sciences traces its history back to the founding of The College of New Rochelle in 1904. At CNR, academic knowledge and degrees are just a part of what makes a college and its students successful. CNR educates exceptional young women and men of integrity and wisdom to become leaders in their fields. Our graduates are people whose character is as valuable as their expertise.

CNR nurses are known for their education and ability, their caring-healing practice, and their advocacy for patients and the nursing profession. The holistic approach of The School of Nursing defines nursing as caring with compassion, empathy, and altruism, with the intention of healing body, mind, and spirit.

Life at college consists of more than just study. There is a wide selection of clubs and NCAA DIII athletic teams, and service and spiritual opportunities abound.

In a Living Learning Community, the conversation may trend toward the latest in scientific research, advances in mathematics, a practical solution to a complex problem, or a discussion of ways to complete a student project. Living Learning Communities exist for different class years, age groups, and several fields of academic study.

Today, CNR alumni are leaders in many fields, from broadcasting to finance, and from social work to the arts. CNR’s close network of advisors and mentors open many doors for its students and graduates.

ADMISSIONS

Admissions Fall 2014

2,839 Total Applicants
1,094 Total Admissions
431 Total Freshmen Enrollment

Selectivity
38.53% of applicants admitted

Freshmen Profile Fall 2014

  25th Percentile 75th Percentile
SAT Critical Reading 440 520
SAT Math 440 510
SAT Writing    
ACT Composite 18 24
ACT Math 17 24
ACT English 15 24
ACT Writing    

TUITION AND COSTS

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TUITION AND COSTS BEFORE FINANCIAL AID

Expenses  
Tuition $31,200
Fees $1,100
Total $32,300
   
Room and Board (on campus) $12,200
Estimated Total On Campus $44,500

FINANCIAL AID

Financial Aid Breakdown 2014-2015

99% of full-time first-time undergraduates receiving any financial aid
43% of full-time first-time undergraduates receiving student loan aid

$11,906 Average amount of federal state local or institutional grant aid received
$5,929 Average amount of student loan aid received by full-time first-time undergraduates

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