About the School of New Resources
The College of New Rochelle School of New Resources offers undergraduate liberal arts degrees for a diverse population of adult learners. Our unique program positions adult students to earn their degree efficiently, gain valuable professional experience, and graduate with the necessary skills and knowledge to pursue advanced degrees or embark on fulfilling careers.
With six campus locations that include the College's main campus in Westchester County as well as sites in Brooklyn, Co-op City, the South Bronx, Harlem, and the DC-37 Union Headquarters in Manhattan, SNR provides the opportunity for students to conveniently pursue their studies within their own communities.
At the School of New Resources, a strong liberal arts curriculum positions students to hone their critical thinking skills and develop a lifelong love of learning. Working closely with their advisors, our adult learners develop a degree plan that takes into account their relevant work and life experiences and provides opportunities to focus on specific areas of interest or participate in our professional sequencing program. Upon graduation, students are fully prepared to meaningfully improve their lives and contribute to their communities and society at large.