Commuter students are vital members of our College Community. Through the website, mailings, ANGEL and regularly scheduled activities, the Office of Student Development helps commuters acclimate to life at CNR.
To ensure involvement, we offer a number of programs and services that help commuters in the School of Arts and Sciences and School of Nursing stay connected.
If you are new to the College either as an incoming freshman or transfer student, be sure to read information regarding Orientation
and Opening Weekend for Commuters.What programs and services are available to commuters?
Activities are a big part of Commuter Life! The Office of Student Development works hard to provide relevant and fun activities to keep commuter students engaged. Commuter Breakfast Calls, Commuter Grab & Go's and Commuter Appreciation Day are just some of the events that Student Development and the Student Government Association offers commuters. For more information about activities or to suggest a commuter-friendly event contact Melissa Espinoza at (914) 654-5488 or by e-mail at email@example.com
. You may also view the College calendar
for a month-by-month view of events, trips and other activities.Athletics are an integral part of the undergraduate experience
allow you to place money in an account that can be accessed via your CNR I.D. This account can be used card to purchase food in the Café tax-free, as well as in various vending machines, the print shop, book store, and mail room. To open an Auxiliary Services Account, contact the Bursar's Office via mail or telephone. Payment for the account must be separate from tuition payments. In addition, the account can be created for you by contacting Security.Bulletin Boards
maintained by Student Development staff are located on the 1st and 2nd floors of the Sweeny Student Center (SSC). They contain updated information about events and local happenings. In addition, feel free to peruse the various postings on bulletin boards in the student lounge of the Mooney Center as well as elsewhere around campus.Campus Mailboxes
are available upon request. They are located across from the bookstore on the lower level of the Student Campus Center. Contact the Mail Center at (914) 654-5483 to sign up!HousingEmergency Housing
– If you have had a long day on campus and are too tired to drive home, or in the case of inclement weather, Residence Life has set aside a small number of beds for you. Available on a first-come, first-served basis at a small cost, emergency housing is offered for one or two nights. Contact (914)654-5862 for more information. Living on Campus
– If you decide you want to live on campus, please contact Linda Evangelou at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit Living at CNR
— Don’t feel like dragging your books back and forth from home? Lockers are available in the basement of the Mooney Center to allow commuters to store textbooks, clothing, or other items. You must provide your own lock. For more information call (914) 654-5203.Lounges
are located on the first floor of the Mooney Center, the second floor of the Sweeny Student Center, and in the Library Café. They provide vending and comfortable seating for commuter students who are in between classes, waiting for a ride, or just need a moment to unwind.Parking Tags,
which allow you to park in one of the College's three parking lots, are available to commuter students through the Security Office for $5 per year. Pick up your tag before you park to ensure that you will not be ticketed. If you choose to park on local city streets, please be sure to read the posted signage regarding City of New Rochelle parking regulations.TransportationMetro Cards
— Metro Cards are now available for purchase through the Student Development Office, located in Sweeny Student Center, Room 231.Bus/Train Schedules
— Time Schedules for the Bee Line Bus System and Metro North are located on the windowsill of the 2nd floor of the Sweeny Student Center near the Student Development Office, Room 231.