Upcoming Events

Apr
27
April 27, 2017
You're invited to an Alumnae/i Town Hall Meeting.
Apr
30
Strawberry Festival
April 30, 2017
The Strawberry Festival, introduced in 1972, is the single largest event organized entirely by the College's undergraduates. The concept of the Strawberry Festival originated in the mid-west during the 1890's as an American festival celebrating the ripening of strawberries, the blooming of lilacs, and the coming of summer. This year it's on 4/30 at noon, Maura Lawn, all are welcome!
May
02
Hospice Foundation of America Living with Grief
May 2, 2017
CNR will host the Hospice Foundation of America’s annual Living With Grief® Teleconference on Tuesday, May 2. Broadcast live from Washington, D.C., the program will be presented in Maura Hall Living Room on the New Rochelle Campus, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Learn more: http://www.cnr.edu/news?journalArticleId=30293601 
May
23
Commencement 2017
May 23, 2017
Congratulations to all our 2017 graduates! Debra L. Lee, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Black Entertainment Television (BET) Networks, a unit of Viacom Inc. and the leading provider of entertainment for the African-American audience and consumers of Black culture globally, will be the keynote speaker for The College of New Rochelle’s 110th Commencement ceremony to be held Tuesday, May 23 at 1:00 p.m. at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. Nearly 1,000 baccalaureate and master’s degrees will be awarded to the Class of 2017 at the ceremony where Ms. Lee and Sister Mary Virginia Orna, OSU, Professor Emerita of Chemistry at CNR, will be presented with honorary degrees.
Jun
09
Alum College 2017
June 9, 2017 to June 11, 2017

News

School of Nursing & Westchester County
Forty members of the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions Class of 2017 were trained in the administration of Nalaxone (Narcan™) to help fight the epidemic of opioid and heroin overdoses. A group of 40 students was also trained last November, bringing the total number recently trained to 80.
Mercedes Ruehl '69 on NCIS Tuesday 4/4
Mercedes Ruehl '69 on NCIS Tuesday 4/4
Mercedes Ruehl '69 is on Naval Criminal Investigative Service on CBS Tuesday 4/4 8pm, episode entitled "A Bowl of Cherries"
The acting Brooklyn District Attorney will begin working with college campuses to raise awareness on sexual assault
Click the title above for the article, the other colleges participating in the program include: Brooklyn Law School, College of New Rochelle, CUNY Kingsborough, CUNY City College of Technology, Long Island University, St. Joseph’s College, SUNY Empire State College, SUNY Health Science Center – Downstate.
Alum at PKF O'Connor Davies, LLP
Alum at PKF O'Connor Davies, LLP
Michelle Goyke spoke to a public relations class at The College of New Rochelle about pursuing a career in the fields of public relations and marketing and her experience working as a Marketing Coordinator at PKF O’Connor Davies. As a recent alumna of the College, Michelle was happy to provide the students with insight on career preparation and the skills sought after in recent graduates.
Dar'Neisha Brice, a freshman guard, was named as both the Player and Rookie of the Year
Dar'Neisha Brice, a freshman guard, was named as both the Player and Rookie of the Year of Association of Division 3 Independent's Women's Basketball conference. Her sweep as both Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year is unprecedented, becoming the first Blue Angel to accomplish this remarkable feat. 
Alina Bachman's work from her 2009 Senior Art Exhibition is on view at Milwaukee Zoo
The zoo is currently host to a special art installation called “Person of the Forrest” by New York artist Alina Bachmann '09. The exhibit, designed to raise awareness of how we contribute daily to the extinction of the orangutan, consists of several large collage trees constructed from product packaging of grocery store items containing palm oil. Life-size pastel drawings of living and skeletal orangutans are placed among the collage trees.
A love story on the train around St. Patty's Day.
An article in the Real Simple Magazine spotlights Carol Taney '68 who met her husband on the train during a ride down to the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Click the title for the full article.
CNR Honors Students Immerse Themselves in Maritime Studies through Williams-Mystic Partnership
Fabiola Padilla Rios SAS’18, a psychology major at The College of New Rochelle, can tell you what it’s like to serve as the member of a crew of a 130-foot ship sailing the open water. Read more »