Upcoming Events

November 28, 2017

There’s #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday…and then there’s #GivingTuesday, an international day of giving! Mark your calendar! 📆
Every little bit counts: www.alum.cnr.edu/givecnrangel

Alum Board Meeting & Decorating Christmas Trees
December 2, 2017
Come to our alumnae/i board meeting and after decorate our Christmas Trees in the Parlors. 
Career Fair Brooklyn Campus
December 6, 2017
Brooklyn Career Fair, in Restoration Plaza, if you're interested in attending please contact the Office of Career Development at careerdevelopment@cnr.edu
Have you ever wondered?
December 10, 2017

What is it like to dissect a shark? Do girls really prefer pink? What characteristics to geniuses have in common?

College is about thinking critically, asking great questions, and finding the answers about the world around you. Get the answers to the questions above and more during a variety of innovative discussions led by CNR faculty.

Come share in a unique experience with us. Preview all that a College of New Rochelle education has to offer and to take a tour of our campus. 

Learn more here: www.cnr.edu/wonder 


CNR Builds Leaders: Carol Priore SAS '84
CNR Builds Leaders: Carol Priore SAS '84
Carol Priore has been building her career in the Westchester, NY area since earning her degree in psychology in 1984. After completing her MS in education from Fordham and her professional diploma from Northeastern , Carol has distinguished herself as an elementary school teacher in Mt.Vernon and then in Scarsdale where she served as "Teacher In Charge" providing staff development to her community. Mamaroneck’s Central School Principal was Carol's next step. She now serves as the Assistant Superintendent for Administration and Personnel for the Mamaroneck School District. Carol dedication to public education is certainly well documented. She is an example of how "CNR Builds Leaders" and we are very proud.
Poets Kick Off CNR MFA Reading Series
More than 60 people poured into a Harlem brownstone gallery on October 6, where for nearly two hours, they sat elbow-to-elbow, rapt in the words of poets Natalie Diaz and Safiya Sinclair.
DACA: What Happens Next? CNR Students Host a Community Forum
On Thursday, October 5, members of CNR’s Latin American Women’s Society (LAWS) presented “DACA – What Happens Next?” – a conversation about the threatened termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA), the impact on DACA recipients, and resources available to them as they face an uncertain future.  Read more »