Cambridge College has been recognized by various organizations for its broad diversity of its student body, support in transitioning soldiers to students, and affordability.
- For three years in a row, Cambridge College has been honored and is among the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide to embrace America's veterans as students. The College was included in G.I. Jobs Magazine's 2012 List of Military Friendly Schools. (September 2011)
- Named one of America's Top 100 Graduate Degree Producers by Diverse Issues in Higher Education Magazine. Nationwide, Cambridge College's School of Management ranked 3rd in awarding master's in business/commerce degrees to African-American students, higher than any other private, non-profit college in the nation. In master's degrees across all disciplines, Cambridge ranked 18th nationally in awarding master's degrees to African-Americans, 65th to Hispanics, and 41st across all minorities.(August 2011)
- In its annual Top 100 Colleges list (May 2010), The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine recognized Cambridge College as one of the Top 50 four-year colleges and universities in the United States conferring the most master's degrees to Hispanics during academic year 2008-2009. The school was ranked #47, higher than any other New England school. The previous year, the College ranked #57 on the Top 100 list. (May 2009)
- Full-time undergraduate tuition and fee charges at Cambridge College are less than half the average 2010-11 published charges at private nonprofit four-year colleges and universities according to the College Board's 2010 Trends in College Pricing Report.
- Full-time undergraduate tuition and fees at Cambridge College are 5% lower than the estimated average 2010-11 published tuition and fees at private for-profit institutions according to the College Board's 2010 Trends in College Pricing Report.
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