The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Pl, New Rochelle, NY • (914) 654-5452 • www.cnr.edu/admissions
The College of New Rochelle, set on a beautiful 20-care campus just north of New York City, is the oldest Catholic college in Westchester County. This fall, the College will be welcoming their first coeducational freshman class.
The College of New Rochelle combines challenging academics with a diverse, service-oriented community to foster personal growth, and provides undergraduate students with a strong network of professional resources and connections. A degree from CNR is highly respected and a great value—the College offers generous scholarships and financial aid to make students’ futures accessible.
Year institution founded: 1904
Number of students currently enrolled: 3,500
Student/faculty ratio: 11:1
Number of undergraduate degrees offered: 30+
Number of master’s degrees offered: 35+
Subject matter expertise (what majors are your institution known for?): Nursing, Education, Social Sciences, Humanities
Undergraduate in-state tuition: $33,748
Percentage of students on financial aid: 96 percent
Top three awards/recognition: Named a Top-Tier Institution among regional universities by U.S. News & World Report; one of the Top 10 Master’s Universities in New York by Washington Monthly Magazine; 2015 Innovation Award Winner by the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO)
Affiliated colleges/satellite campuses: Brooklyn Campus; Co-op City Campus, The Bronx; DC-37 Campus, Manhattan; John Cardinal O’Connor Campus, South Bronx; Rosa Parks Campus, Harlem; Yonkers location