Alumni Profiles

Class of 2010
As an adult learner, I could go evening and weekends. I went to a meeting there and loved that it was a diverse crowd—people from all over the world. I didn’t feel out of place because I was just as different as anybody else. I had my own story. So I decided to enroll.
Class of 2011
Being in the military and working all day leaves not much room for regular day classes....I am grateful to the staff for their support in all areas from admissions, registration, finance, and computer support services
Class of 2013
I didn’t come to Cambridge College by chance. I was meant to be here.
Class of 1982
The courses were life changing. I was able to become certified as a math teacher at a place that would do it at a low cost, with a lot of support.
Class of 2013
Mr. Saxby credits his experience at Cambridge College with providing him the skills necessary to be a successful educational leader.
Class of 2009
Cambridge College lets the adult learner put that knowledge to work
Class of 1988
With two children to support as a single parent, Sandra Ramoutar faced a great deal of adversity in her years before studying at Cambridge College. Originally from Trinidad, Sandra had little formal education, but ample amounts of work experience.
Class of 2013
The blended learning courses give me the freedom on online courses and valuable face to face classroom interaction with my instructor and peers.
Class of 2011
“I am the first person in my family to graduate from college…but I am determined not to be the last!”
Class of 2013
Mrs. Lee was a special education teacher in need of completing her endorsement and Mr. Lee was a retired policeman who was looking to develop a new career after a medical condition left him using a wheelchair.

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