• 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.
  • Helping homeless and battered women
    CC Alumna Deborah Hughes helps at-risk moms and kids transform their lives. She is President and CEO of Brookview House, and was recently honored with the “Be the Change Award.”
  • Mayor appoints Regina Robinson to Boston School Committee
    Cambridge College's Dean of Student Affairs Regina Robinson will help define the vision, mission and goals of Boston Public Schools.
  • Programs in Education now offered on the South Shore
    We are now offering hybrid master's degree programs on the South Shore: Early Childhood Ed & Care, Moderate Disabilities, & Guidance Counseling.
  • 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.
  • Two New Undergraduate Programs
    We're excited to announce two new undergraduate programs: Early Childhood Education & Care and Managerial Accounting
  • School of Psychology & Counseling introduces 3 new concentrations!
  • It's never too late
    Our innovative, flexible and relevant adult education curriculum equips students with the knowledge and skills employers need.

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The Office of Student Affairs and the FACES Advocacy Group presented the Fall term installment of the Cross-Cultural Dialogues series, “Culture Shock.” Panelists Brittany Grime (BA Multidisciplinary Studies, from the U.S.), Georgi Kardzhaliyski (MEd Interdisciplinary Studies, from Bulgaria), and
Spotlight
After 36 years of employment with Cambridge College, Prof. Martha Belden will be retiring, effective February 1, 2015. This is a well-deserved retirement, and we congratulate her on this achievement. Prof. Belden previously served in several capacities at the College including Coordinator of Student Special Services, Assistant Vice President, Assistant Director of Enrollment Services, and Acting Director of Enrollment Services.
Events
As part of our Leadership Speaker Series, Cambridge College welcomed Pulitzer-Prize winning author and activist Junot Díaz. Speaking to a packed house, Mr. Díaz elaborated on his life experiences that led to inspiration for his thought-provoking work.