Professor and students in a smart classroom.The College of New Rochelle recognizes the importance of technology, both in helping students learn and preparing them for a constantly changing world.

With that in mind, the College seeks to provide access to the latest equipment in and out of the classroom. CNR has numerous computer classrooms, and rooms equipped with digital SmartBoards, cameras, digital projectors, DVD and video decks, and instructor workstations.

The New Rochelle campus is also home to an advanced Mac lab for communication arts and graphic design classes; a high-definition television studio; and a photography studio.

State-of-the-art computer labs are available to all students, and wireless networks allow access to the internet from anywhere on campus.

CANVAS, the College's web-based learning management system, provides access to academic resources and a broad range of digital tools to enhance communication and collaboration among students and faculty. Students can access course materials from anywhere at any time.

HD television studio

ResNet, the residential network program, provides students living on campus with phone service, satellite television, and wired and wireless network access to the Intranet, Internet, and Gill Library databases.

Computers and printers for student use are located in the living room areas of each residence hall and available 24/7.

The Office of Information Systems provides technical support to all students, faculty, and staff, both in person and over the phone.