Cambridge College opened its doors in 1971 to a handful of students in search of educational opportunities denied to them at traditional colleges and universities. At the time, Cambridge College was one of only a few schools in the United States with programs designed especially for working adults.
Avis McKinney-Thomas is a seasoned educator who has seen her fair share of injustice suffered by children and their parents. Her experiences pushed her to become more actively engaged in supporting the many families that she serves.
Emily Jones is a seasoned educator, who is passionate about education and wants to empower her students to strive to be the best they can be. This past summer, Emily attended Cambridge College's Teaching Social Justice program.
Martin Forgwe has just finished his master's degree in mental health counseling from the Cambridge College School of Psychology and Counseling. Cambridge College was his top choice to pursue his professional credential.
Faculty Spotlight videos provide an enlightening picture of who Cambridge College faculty members really are: thoughtful, educated practitioners who provide adult students with real-world knowledge.
Dr. Joseph Miglio, a Cambridge College faculty member for over 20 years, explains the Cambridge College teaching and learning model and the impact it has on students.
Cambridge College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The College and all its degree programs are authorized by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education. The College is authorized to operate and offer selected degree programs in their states by the California Bureau for Private Post-Secondary and Vocational Education, the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission, the Council on Higher Education of Puerto Rico, and the Council of Higher Education for Virginia. Cambridge College is authorized for operation as a postsecondary education institute by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission in the state of Tennessee.