The College of New Rochelle enrolls more than 5,000 students. The New Rochelle campus is at 29 Castle Place and has old, picturesque stone buildings. The college has four schools— the School of Arts and Sciences (women only), School of New Resources, School of Nursing and the Graduate School. The main campus in New Rochelle has many facilities, including Leland Castle, a National Historic Site, which houses the Castle Gallery; the Mooney Center with its computer and photography labs and TV production studio; the Gill Library; the Student Campus Center; the Rogick Life Sciences Building with several laboratories; four residence halls; the Learning Center for Nursing, and the Wellness Center. Founded in 1904, the College of New Rochelle was the first Catholic college for women in New York. The college continues the in Ursuline tradition and heritage to this day.