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You can apply using our online application or the Common Application. Simply follow the instructions and submit. NOTE: These forms are for traditional undergraduate applications to the School of Arts & Sciences and the School of Nursing.

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The College of New Rochelle requires your SAT or ACT scores to complete your application.

You can request that the College Board send your SAT scores to us via their website at Our College Board code is 2089. The ACT site is Our ACT code is 2712.

International students must submit their scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language. Scores can be sent to The College of New Rochelle via

Ask your counselor to send your official high school transcript. If you have earned college credit for courses taken while in high school, ask the college to send your AP scores and official transcript to The College of New Rochelle.

Studio Art majors should submit a portfolio of 14 to 20 pieces to the chairperson of the Art Department for scholarship consideration.

A letter of recommendation describing your academic and personal qualities, prepared by your principal, guidance counselor, or teacher, is strongly recommended for all applicants.

Applicants to the School of Nursing are required to write an essay or personal statement in support of their application and credentials, as well as explain their desire to enter the profession.


Accepted Students - Undergraduate School of Arts & Sciences and School of Nursing:
To submit your deposit to The College of New Rochelle for Fall 2014, click here. 


Early Decision
An applicant who has selected The College of New Rochelle as her firstchoice may apply for an early decision on admission and financial aid. Applications for September admission must be submitted by November 1.Notification of acceptance will be sent no later than December 15. Theearly decision option does not apply to applicants for Januaryadmission.

Early Admission
High school juniors who have completed 15 academic units and can submitevidence of strong academic ability are eligible for admission afterthree years of high school.  The early admission candidate must submitSAT scores, if available, a recommendation from the guidance counselor,and written approval from the parents.  The student must also have anadmission interview.

Regular Admission Procedures
The College utilizes a rolling admission system beginning November 1. Adecision is usually reached within two weeks of the completion of anapplicant's folder. Students are encouraged to submit their admissioncredentials as early as possible. The College of New Rochelle adheresto the May 1 National Candidates Reply Date as the deadline to acceptadmission offers.

School of Nursing
Due to the high volume of applications, the School of Nursing adheres to strict deadlines for applications. For admission into the the fall term, applications must be received by March 1. For the spring term, applications must be received by October 15. Applications received after the deadline will be considered for the following semester.