Upcoming Events

Jun
28
SAS/SNHP New Student Overnight Orientation
June 28, 2017 to June 29, 2017
New first-year students in the School of Arts & Sciences (SAS) and the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions (SNHP) will participate in an overnight Orientation program to acclimate them to the College.
Jun
30
End of Fiscal Year
June 30, 2017
Annual Fund and Fiscal Year ends June 30th.

Please add your name to the Honor Roll here.
Aug
31
SAS/SNHP Transfer/Second Degree Nursing Fall Orientation
August 31, 2017
New students in the School of Arts & Sciences (SAS) and School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions (SNHP) will participate in an Orientation program to acclimate them to the College.
Sep
04
SAS/SNHP New Student Fall Orientation
September 4, 2017
CNR Welcomes New Students! Residential Students Move-In on Monday, September 4.  The day is designed for residential students to meet their fellow students, Resident Assistants, and Resident Directors. Students will learn about the policies and procedures involved with living on campus. 

News

Dr. Velmarie Albertini joined Palm Beach State College as the new dean
Dr. Velmarie Albertini SNR'90 has joined Palm Beach State College as the new dean of curriculum. In addition to the M.S.W., she holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the College of New Rochelle in New York and a Master of Arts degree and Ph.D. in Comparative Sociology from FIU.
Announcement of new Superintendent for Yorktown Central School District
The Yorktown Central School District's nearly three-month long search for a new superintendent of schools ended Friday June 2, when the Board of Education announced in a press release that Dr. Ronald Hattar GRS '07 of the Eastchester Union Free School District, was chosen to fill the position.
With Law School in Her Sights, CNR Student Is Accepted to Selective Summer Program
A junior political science major at The College of New Rochelle has been accepted to the competitive Discover Law Scholars Program at the University at Buffalo School of Law. Honors student Karla Salamanca SAS’19 is one of only 20 New York State residents to be selected for the four-week summer residency program for academically promising college students of color and first-generation college students.