College of New Rochelle, The
Founded in 1904 as the first Catholic college for women in New York State, today The College of New Rochelle is comprised of four schools: the School of Arts and Sciences, offering a Baccalaureate Program in the liberal arts and professionally-oriented fields, the School of Nursing, offering Baccalaureate and Master's Programs in nursing, the School of New Resources, offering a Baccalaureate Program especially designed for adults, and the Graduate School, offering Master's Programs in art, communication arts, education and human services.
The Main Campus of The College of New Rochelle is located on 20 beautiful acres in southeastern Westchester County, 16 miles from midtown Manhattan and less than a mile away from the Long Island Sound. The tree-lined suburban campus consists of more than 20 buildings, most reflecting the Gothic style of Leland Castle, built in the 1850s, a national historic site and the first home of the college. The Main Campus is also home to the Mother Irene Gill Memorial Library; the Mooney Center, home to computer classrooms and labs, a TV studio and editing room, Romita Auditorium, art studios, and galleries; and the Wellness Center, which houses a gymnasium, running track, fitness and weights room, and a six-lane NCAA competition size swimming pool.
Classes for all four schools are held at the Main Campus. The School of New Resources also maintains five New York City campuses.
Office of Admission, 29 Castle Pl., New Rochelle, NY 10805
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The College of New Rochelle fields competitive NCAA Division III teams in basketball, cross-country, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball. A variety of Club Sports and Intramural Sports are avilable at the state-of-the-art Wellness Center which opened in 2008. Member of the ECAC (Eastern College Athletic Conference and HVIAC (Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic conference). http://www.cnrathletics.com
Clubs and Activities
Active Minds, Anime Club, Annales (Yearbook), Art Club, The Acappellistas (all female a cappella ensemble), Black Ice (Step Team), Black Student Union, Blue Angel Cheerleaders, Chapel Choir, Class Executive Boards, CNR Drama, CNR Model United Nations, College Senate, Community Service Projects, Council for Exceptional Children, Family Weekend, Femmes d'Esprit (Honors Program Newsletter), Fly Angels (Dance Team), Gospel Choir, Junior Ring Ceremony, Phoenix (Literary Magazine), Science and Math Society, The Social Work Club, SPECTRUM, Spirit Competition, Strawberry Festival, Student Government Association (various activities), Student Nurses Association, Tatler (Student Newspaper), Women in Lasting Defense of the Environment (WILDE).
Enrollment for Fall 2015
SAT math range: 420 – 500
ACT range: 20 – 23
SAT/ACT Special Note: SAT/ACT scores are required for the traditional students in the School of Arts & Sciences and School of Nursing only. 98% of these traditional students submitted SAT scores, 2% ACT scores.
80% have a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher
20% have a high school GPA of 2.0 to less than 3.0
|Undergraduate Students||Graduate Students|
|% Black / African American||39.6%||47.5%|
|% Hispanic / Latino||23.7%||14.8%|
|% White, Non-Hispanic||17.9%||20.8%|
|% American Indian / Alaskan Native||0.3%||1.0%|
|% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander||0.5%||0.3%|
|% International / Nonresident Alien||1.1%||0.7%|
|% Two or more races||1.1%||0.2%|
|% Unknown Race / Ethnicity||9.7%||11.7%|
Tuition Information for 2015-2016
$894 per credit; for additional information regarding tuition and fees for specific programs: http://www.cnr.edu/web/school-of-nursing/graduate-tuition and http://www.cnr.edu/web/graduate-school/tuition
Financial Aid Deadlines
Transfers: If fewer than 24 credits earned at time of application, HS transcripts and SAT or ACT scores must also be submitted.