The College of New Rochelle Partners with InsideTrack to Help Adult Students Prepare for 21st Century Careers

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InsideTrack, Inc. (http://www.insidetrack.com) announced today that The College of New Rochelle, a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition with six campuses and more than 5,000 students, has selected InsideTrack to provide prospective student coaching for adults interested in its School of New Resources. The InsideTrack Coaching Program will engage CNR’s prospective students upon inquiry and will continue to work with them through the early weeks of their first academic term, increasing total enrollment and the proportion of students that persist to graduation.

InsideTrack, Inc. (http://www.insidetrack.com) announced today that The College of New Rochelle, a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition with six campuses and more than 5,000 students, has selected InsideTrack to provide prospective student coaching for adults interested in its School of New Resources. The InsideTrack Coaching Program will engage CNR’s prospective students upon inquiry and will continue to work with them through the early weeks of their first academic term, increasing total enrollment and the proportion of students that persist to graduation.

The College of New Rochelle was recently named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement. The addition of the InsideTrack Coaching Program reaffirms the college’s commitment to providing individuals of talent and demonstrated ability access to college and making available the resources and opportunities students need to assume leadership roles and to fully participate in society.

"Liberal education must be integrated with professional, career-directed training; the most up-to-date technological tools and instruction to prepare our students for the 21st century,” said Elza Dinwiddie-Boyd, Dean of the School of New Resources. “Our partnership with InsideTrack reflects our commitment to providing students an education that promotes critical thinking, provides career preparation, instills values, and fosters a commitment to life-long learning.”

Kai Drekmeier, Founder and President of InsideTrack, commented, "The College of New Rochelle is exemplary in its commitment to bringing the benefits of education to traditionally underserved populations. We are proud to be working with the School of New Resources to expand its reach and to ensure the long-term success of its students.“

InsideTrack Coaching services increase enrollment and graduation rates, while enhancing the student experience and providing actionable data and insights that universities can use for strategic decision making. InsideTrack Coaches empower students to make the most of their educational opportunities, through personalized, one-on-one coaching services designed to maximize their long-term academic and professional success.

About InsideTrack, Inc.
InsideTrack is the nation’s premier provider of student coaching services. Our mission is to improve student engagement, persistence, and success. InsideTrack has coached more than 250,000 students at more than 50 campuses nationally. Our clients include Northeastern University, the University of Dayton, DeVry University and Florida State University. To learn more about InsideTrack, please visit: http://www.insidetrack.com.

About The College of New Rochelle
The first Catholic college for women in New York State, The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 by the Ursuline Order. Today, it comprises the all-women School of Arts & Sciences, and three schools which admit women and men: the School of New Resources (for adult learners), the School of Nursing and the Graduate School. The main campus of the College is located in lower Westchester County, 16 miles north of New York City. The College maintains five other campus locations in New York City. Visit the College’s website at http://www.cnr.edu.

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