• Open House April 25th
    Come to an Open House April 25 and discover how Cambridge College can help prepare you for your next career. Get $50 application fee waived, enter to win raffles, and more.
  • Ted Rybeck Kicks off CC Talks 2015
    Hosted by the Office of the President, these interactive presentations feature accomplished industry leaders with insights and experience in growing professions.
  • Flexible programs to fit your busy schedule
    We offer evening classes on weekends and summers so you can earn your degree and take care of work and family.
  • Invested in Your Success
    We provide financial aid to more than 65% of our students and our tuition rates are lower than most four-year colleges.
  • New Massachusetts Science Standards
    Elementary and Middle School science standards are changing! But don’t worry, we’ve got the courses you need to be prepared. Online & in-district.
  • The Right Education...Right Now!
    Our model of instruction blends theory and practice for immediate application. What you learned in class last night, you can use in your life today!

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Events

Apr 25 2015 - 10:00am
Alumni News
Laura Henderson's book, "Secret Circle of Women; Where Queens Rule and Honey Bees Dance" has just been published. This collection of truly amazing and inspirational stories reflects the real-life accounts of women who have achieved greatness or overcome dynamic challenges at life’s mid-point. Each story is true, and told in a unique way by the women contributors themselves.
Employee Spotlight
Cambridge College is proud to recognize Shalaya Morissette for her excellent work and commitment to the college. Since her promotion to Enrollment Project Coordinator, Shalaya has demonstrated extraordinary skill and ability both in coordinating and best applying effort in the best interest of the college.
Events
Cambridge College hosted over 100 students, faculty and staff members to discuss current issues surrounding family violence and trauma. Cambridge College professor Carol Pepi led a panel of community leaders speaking out against domestic violence.