CNR Description

The College of New Rochelle (CNR) in suburban New York is a Catholic liberal arts school with a variety of campus locations and academic schools.

CNR has the following branches: New Rochelle (main campus), Brooklyn, Co-op City, DC 37, John Cardinal O’Connor (South Bronx), and Rosa Parks (Harlem).

The School of Arts and Sciences is for women, and undergraduate degrees are offered in programs including: Art Therapy, Environmental Studies, Modern and Classical Languages, Pre-Medicine, and Religious Studies. Study abroad opportunities are available for academic credit. Internships are also available to those who are interested.

The CNR Graduate School has master’s and certificate programs in the following: Career Development, Communication Studies, Gerontology and Thanatology, Long Term Care Administration, and Mental Health Counseling.

The School of New Resources is for working adults and provides coursework in areas such as Communications and Foreign Languages.

The School of Nursing has bachelor’s and master’s degrees and is designed for those who are looking for careers in health care.

Admissions materials for CNR can be completed online. Financial aid applications and information can be found online as well. Tuition costs and other educational expenses vary by academic school.

If you seek a spiritual school that has been educating students for over a century, take some time to consider the College of New Rochelle.

Quick Facts about The College of New Rochelle

Region

Northeast

Setting

Large Town Setting

Type

Private

Affiliation

Not applicable

Size

Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)

Mascot

Blue Angels

Website

www.cnr.edu

On-Campus Housing Available

Yes

Selectivity

Highly Selective

In-State Tuition

$ 28,200

Out-of-State Tuition

$ 28,200

Retention Rate

70%

Enrollment

5,250

Year Established

1904

CNR Ratings & Reviews

Overall School Rating: 4

5 star
  2 reviews
4 star
  1 review
3 star
 
2 star
 
1 star
  1 review

50% of students gave The College of New Rochelle 5 stars overall.

Student at This School - Grad Year 2011

Overall Rating:
5

Detailed Ratings

What drew me to the College of New Rochelle is the campus at 125 Barclay street. It's small and intimate and the staff is so warm and helpful. Dr. Marks is generally concerned about every student that attends the college of New Rochelle at 125 Barclay street. Dr. Mark's goal is to have all of her students achieve their goal of obtaining a degree. Not only is Dr. Marks a gem but her professors are all equally involved with the students that attend classes there. Professor Deborah Rhem, Professor Emory Craig, Professor Linda Hall are just a few of the note worthy professors at the College of New Rochelle at 125 Barclay Street. My entire experience thus far has been memorable and I can't begin to explain to you how very important the intimate fill to this campus has help me as well as motivated me during some tuff emotional times during my semesters. For prospective students, I don't know what College of New Rochelle campus you will attend but i can assure you, you are in good capable hands.

Former Student - Last Attended 2009

Overall Rating:
1

Detailed Ratings

The school lured me in with promises of my own laptop, at the time, I was in dire need of one. I was also told that there were many utors and extra help classes for students that needed it. That was not the case. I did not reciee any tutoring, at all. No help in anything. The finacial aid office suggested I take out additional loans to cover books and transportation. I did not see any of that money and still had to buy my own metrocards every month. I could barely afford that, so books, even of the extremely well loved kind were out of the question. I brought my issues to the Dean of my school (Arts and Sciences) and she didn't do much to assist me. I spoke to all of my professors, asking them if it was possible to get an extra textbook of if they could make copies for me, for at least the homework and classwrk assignments. That way I wouldn't fall too far behind. I was told to ask my classmates. They told me to f*** off. I only did a single semester in the school and never went back. CNR has ruined me for other schools. Now I fear that all the other schools will be the same as that one, which is why I have put off going back to school. I would never reccommend this school to anyone that I know.

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CNR Students

Full-Time Undergrad Students
4,305
Freshman Class
523
Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)
5,250

Undergraduate vs. Graduate

Undergraduate
82%
Graduate
18%

Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students

Full-Time
93%
Part-Time
7%

Gender of Students

Women
93%
Men
7%

Ethnic Diversity

Latino
10%
African American
38%
Caucasian
6%
Asian
2%
Unknown and Other
44%

International Students

International
0%
Domestic
100%

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