• Five years. Two degrees. One school.
    Now you can get your BS and MBA in 5 years! Introducing our Accelerated BS to MBA program, designed to get you on the path to success faster.
  • October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
    On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States.
  • Let your voice be heard
    We encourage all American citizens 18 and older to vote in the upcoming election.
  • Jacqueline Smart Teaches Bullying Prevention
    Jacqueline Smart, EdD, '10 CAGS, teaches parents a variety of methods to build self-esteem in their children in order to prevent bullying.
  • Important Dates in October
    Intent to graduate forms for January graduates are due 10/21. Registration for spring term begins 11/1.
  • New LMHC Licensure Changes to Affect Many
    A small window of opportunity exists to pursue a career as a Mental Health and Human Services professional under existing licensure rules.
  • The real world is your classroom at Cambridge College
    See how our undergraduate and graduate students helped a local restaurant expand its catering business through our student-run consulting group.

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Faculty News
Cambridge College science faculty member, Dr. Joel Rubin was named The Massachusetts Science Educator of the Year at the annual Massachusetts Science Educators Leadership Association on October 20th. Dr. Rubin was honored for his stellar science service as Director of Teacher Services at the New England Aquarium, Board Executive for MA Marine Educators, Technology and Environmental Science Teacher at Stoughton High School and Professor at Cambridge College.
Alumni Spotlight
When Emerson Stamps, MEd '78, was in the Army, stationed in England during the lead-up to the D-Day invasion, mail kept arriving from his mother in Kansas. Even at that distance he felt protected by her thoughts. “I was never afraid that I was going to get killed or going to get hurt or anything,” he said in a June 26, 2015, interview for the Natick Veterans Oral History Project. “My mother sent me letters every week saying she was praying for me. She was very spiritual and religious and I believed her. I didn’t think anything would happen...."
Alumni News
Malden Catholic High School welcomes nine new faculty members to its school community. Steven McHugh MEd, of Quincy is one six of the new faculty members who will support the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Program at Malden Catholic. Steven has a Master of Education in mathematics from Cambridge College and a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University. We congratulate Steven on this achievement.