• President Deborah Jackson recognized as One of 150 Boston Women of Influence
  • Provost Koverola visits Syrian and Jordanian victims of conflict in Jordan
  • Lombella removes barriers to higher education
    Asnuntuck Community College President James Lombella (MM, ’08) has made it his mission to make college education accessible and affordable for all.
  • Dean James Lee presents in China
    Dean of Undergraduate Studies James Lee delivered a presentation on harbor cleanup to some of China's foremost marine researchers and scientists, using Boston Harbor as an example of success.
  • Cambridge College - Southern California receives award
    We're proud to be the recipient of the 2016 Small Business of the Year Award.
  • 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.

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Imagine your average day. You’re up and dressed, perhaps you have an errand to run. Let’s say you’re going to the bank to deposit a check. You get to the bank and you have to climb up a single step to get to the entrance, except, the step is 10 feet tall and you’re only 5’0. Eighty percent of the population towers over you and has no problem clearing the step, but for you the feat is impossible.
Alumni News
Increasing enrollment and promoting science and math education are among the top priorities for new Sullins Academy Head of School Roy Vermillion (MEd 1996). The private school's board of directors recently removed Vermillion's interim tag, a post he's held since classes began in August. "This is my third year at the school but my first year as head of school," Vermillion said Wednesday. "I started teaching here and this position came up and they asked me if I would take it. I said 'absolutely.' I love this school, love the teachers and the mission that is going on here."
It's never too late to get that degree you want! Cambridge College's flexible weekend and online class schedules make it possible for busy, working adults to fit school into their lives. Our tuition rates are lower than most 4-year schools, and financial aid is available for qualified students. We'll help you find a way to pursue your dream. Come to the next information session or call our admissions department today!