School of New Resources Hosts Open Houses January 12
01/03/2013 

The College of New Rochelle's School of New Resources, which offers a bachelor’s degree program specifically for adults, will hold open houses on five campuses on Saturday, January 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Attendees will have an opportunity to tour the campuses, meet faculty and students, and talk to academic and financial advisors. If they wish, attendees may also complete required testing and apply for admission on that day.

SNR’s fully accredited Bachelor of Arts degree program offers:

  • A distinctive program for adult learners 21 years of age and older
  • Professional course sequences in business administration and management; health care administration; human services; and criminal justice
  • One-on-one advisement on how to finance your education
  • Many six-credit seminars
  • Classes that meet just one morning or evening each week
  • Weekend courses
  • Course credit for learning from life and work experiences
  • Convenient admission and registration processes
Open houses will take place at each of the Schools five campuses, located in Westchester, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan. The locations are:

Main Campus in Westchester
Sweeny Student Center, Rms B&C, 29 Castle Place, New Rochelle (914) 654-5528

Co-op City Campus in the Bronx
755 Co-op City Boulevard (718) 320-0300

John Cardinal O’Connor Campus in the South Bronx
332 East 149th Street (718) 665-1310

Brooklyn Campus at Restoration Plaza
1368 Fulton Street (718) 638-2500

Rosa Parks Campus (Studio Museum) in Manhattan
144 West 125th Street (212) 662-7500

Founded in 1972, The College of New Rochelle School of New Resources has graduated more than 17,000 adult learners with baccalaureate liberal arts degrees.

More than 52 percent of SNR graduates have gone on to obtain advanced degrees at colleges and universities nationwide. Many hold senior management positions in the public and private sectors.

SNR currently serves an average of 4,000 adult students on six campuses and has been recognized internationally as a model for adult education.