The College of New Rochelle
Honors students begin their participation in the program the minute they arrive on campus, settling in the beautiful Honors residence wing in Ursula Hall. The first-year-experience ensures the creation of a tight-knit Honors cohort, with upper-division students creating an array of social events to help acclimate to college life. In addition to their coursework, which take place in small seminars of no more than 12 students, they travel to both regional and national conferences, enjoy “New York City Experience” field trips to museums and theater, publish their artwork and creative and expository writing in Femmes d’Esprit, the Honors magazine. Honors students also enjoy an “overpoint privilege”, which allows them to expand their semester curriculum without extra cost or fees.