New Rochelle Campus

29 Castle Place, New Rochelle, NY 10805
(914) 654-5000

Main Campus, New Rochelle

Situated on 20 beautiful acres in southeastern Westchester County, the tree-lined campus consists of more than 20 buildings, most reflecting the Gothic style of Leland Castle, built in the 1850s, a national historic site and the first home of the College. The campus is near downtown New Rochelle, just a mile away from the New Rochelle train station, which serves Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Line, running from New Haven, Connecticut, to Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan.

The College of New Rochelle runs an hourly shuttle service between campus and the train station. By car, the New Rochelle campus is easily accessible from I-95.

The Main Campus is also home to the School of Arts & Sciences, the School of Nursing, and the Graduate School.