The College of New Rochelle 29 Castle Pl, New Rochelle, NY10805 The College of New Rochelle enrolls more than 5,000 students. The New Rochelle campus is at 29 Castle Place and has old,…More 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.
Monroe College - New Rochelle Campus 434 Main St, New Rochelle, NY10801 Monroe College is a higher-education institution that serves undergraduates and graduates at its three campuses in New…More Rochelle, St. Lucia and the Bronx. The New Rochelle Campus is equipped with a culinary arts facility, an athletic center and a state-of-the-art Academic Center; the Academic Center features fully networked computers and study nooks, and is centrally located amid the faculty offices. Campus housing at New Rochelle can accommodate up to 750 students in 16 different dorm buildings, and the campus' surrounding area offers a wide variety of restaurants, shops and chain stores.
Ursuline Convent of Saint Teresa 39 Willow Dr, New Rochelle, NY10805 The Ursuline Convent of Saint Teresa is located on the edge of The College of New Rochelle campus. Established in 1881,…More the community of Ursuline sisters of Saint Teresa is closely associated with The College of New Rochelle, and is dedicated to religious education and service. Ursulines are active throughout the United States and worldwide as members of the Roman Union.
This is the practice of Dr. Donald Scharoff, who practices general, cosmetic and children's dentistry in New…More Rochelle and is currently treating patients in the area.</p>
<p>The son of a dentist and a native of New Rochelle, Dr. Scharoff received his D.D.S. degree from the NYU College of Dentistry in 1984 and is currently Director of Dentistry at the United Hebrew Geriatric Center located in New Rochelle.</p>
New Rochelle Board of Education - Office of Special Education 515 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY10801 The Office of Special Education for the New Rochelle Board of Education is located on the second floor of City Hall,…More which can be found on North Avenue between Hamilton Avenue and Manor Place. Yvette Goorevitch presides as the director of this particular branch and oversees relevant matters. Responsibilities include the coodination of all alternative education programs including the Health Career Program, the College Success Class and the Culinary Arts Program.
Leonard J. Newman, M.D. 459 Main St, New Rochelle, NY10801 Dr. Leonard Newman is a pediatric gastroenterologist in New Rochelle. His specialties include acid reflux disease,…More celiac disease and lactose intolerance. He is board certified in pediatrics and a 1970 graduate of New York Medical College. Call to schedule an appointment.
Iona was founded by the Christian Brothers in 1940. Its 35-acre campus is nestled off of busy North Avenue.
<p>Iona is a college in the tradition of the Christian Brothers and American Catholic Higher Education. The school was named in the Top Tier by US News and World Report's "America's Best Colleges 2010." In addition, The Princeton Review named Iona one of the best Northeastern Colleges in 2010. </p>