Preparing Students for Careers, Service, and Life
The School of Arts & Sciences
traces its history back to the founding of The College of New Rochelle in 1904, the first Catholic college for women in New York state. In the decades since, the College has grown and adapted to the needs of generations, as opportunities and demands for quality education for women have expanded.
Today, School of Arts & Sciences alumnae are leaders in many fields, from broadcasting to finance, social work to the arts. Our close network of advisors and mentors open many doors for our students and graduates.
The School of Arts & Sciences offers 23 degree programs, pre-professional programs in law, medicine, and health professions, as well as an honors curriculum, teacher education certification, legal studies, and a community action certificate program.
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The School of Nursing
, which welcomes both men and women, is widely recognized for its outstanding curriculum. CNR nurses are known for their education and ability, their caring-healing practice, and their advocacy for patients and the nursing profession.
The holistic approach defines nursing as caring with compassion, empathy, and altruism, with the intention of healing body, mind, and spirit.
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