WHY THE SCHOOL OF NEW RESOURCES?

The School of New Resources is sensitive to the work and family responsibilities of our adult students. In the 42 years since its founding, the School has graduated more than 17,000 women and men from diverse social and economic backgrounds.

ONE SNR STUDENT'S JOURNEY FROM THE PROJECTS TO THE WHITE HOUSE

MAKE IT HAPPEN WITH SNR

SNR approaches education as a partnership, which means you work with our staff to develop an individualized degree plan within the curriculum that best meets your goals.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PROFESSIONAL SEQUENCING PROGRAM

We recognize and value the experience adults bring with them into a degree program. Earning up to 30 credits for experiential learning (learning gained from outside of the classroom) is one of the many ways students in the School of New Resources can earn college credits.

College Level Examination Program (CLEP), designed by the Educational Testing Service, and College Proficiency Examination (CPE), designed by the New York State Board of Regents, are examinations designed to assess learning in areas where formal instruction has not been received. The policy at the School of New Resources is to accept up to 30 credits for examinations taken with passing scores but no more than 15 credits in the CLEP General Examinations. Guidelines for transfer credit apply.

Credits are also awarded for the Dante Subject Standardized Test based on credit recommendation from ACE (American Council on Education). Students should see a member of the Instructional Staff for more information.

Our classes are offered in a seminar format, where discussions are a key component. This means you benefit from relaxed, conversational classrooms.

In a national study, the School of New Resources was named a “best practice” institution by the Council for the Adult and Experiential Learner.

SNR graduates have gone on to pursue advanced degrees from The College of New Rochelle Graduate School, as well as prestigious institutions such as Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Fordham, Rutgers, and Princeton. Many enjoy successful careers in education, law, business, psychology, art, social services, and the ministry.

Are you ready to take the next step?