• Memorial Day 2015
    This Memorial Day, we remember those who have served and paid the ultimate price in our nation’s military. While they are always in our thoughts, they are especially remembered during this Memorial Day Holiday.
  • 2015 Commencement Speaker
    Cambridge College is pleased to announce Andrea Jung as our 2015 Commencement Speaker.
  • 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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Alumni News
Wendy Pavlicek, Cambridge College M.Ed Alumnus and now director of the Burlington Science Center, was featured in an article for her rescue of a Red Shoulder Hawk from a Home Depot in northern Massachusetts. Learn about the rescue and click through to see photos of the beautiful creature before, during, and after its rescue.
The Board of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts (AICUM) voted to appoint Cambridge College President Deborah C. Jackson as its Chair during the Board’s April 30, 2015 meeting. AICUM represents 59 independent colleges and universities throughout Massachusetts, including Cambridge College, a leader in adult higher education.
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.