Brooklyn Campus - School of New Resources

Situated in the heart of Bedford-Stuyvesant, the Brooklyn Campus of The College of New Rochelle's School of New Resources is housed in the renowned Restoration Plaza, a center for cultural programs and community service activities. The campus, established in 1985, provides convenient access for diverse communities in Brooklyn, as well as in Queens and on Long Island.

Students are provided with an excellent educational experience in a learning environment which emphasizes user-friendly integrated technologies, including computer-assisted classrooms and labs, a technology-based learning skills center, and a multi-purpose resource center. The Mother Irene Gill Memorial Library at our Brooklyn Campus provides a variety of print and online resources to all students, including full research assistance.

Students may join various groups on campus such as Student Government Council and Campus Ministry.

Three computer labs with a dozen computers with the latest Microsoft application software.

Easy access with partnership with Restoration Plaza Corporation for students to apply for medicare and supplemental nutrition assistance, student discounts to plays at Restoration Plaza’s Billy Holiday Theatre and many other resources.


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DIRECTIONS

The Brooklyn Campus is located at 1368 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11216. (718) 638-2500

By Car

From Manhattan

Take FDR Drive south to the Brooklyn Bridge. After crossing the bridge, continue onto Adams Street, then Boerum Place. Turn left onto Atlantic Avenue. After two miles, turn left onto Bedford Avenue, then take the second right onto Fulton Street. The campus will be half a mile on your right.

From the Bronx and Westchester

Take I-678 south, then exit onto Jackie Robinson Parkway, heading west. At the end of the Jackie Robinson Parkway, merge onto Jamaica Avenue, then quickly make a slight right onto Fulton Street. The campus will be 2.5 miles on your right.

By Public Transportation

Take the A or C Train to Nostrand Avenue, at the corner of Fulton Street. Walk one block east on Fulton to New York Avenue; Restoration Plaza is on the right side of Fulton Street between New York and Brooklyn avenues. The entrance is near the Billie Holiday Theatre.