The Right Choice for Achieving Your Goals
Cambridge College offers the quality, convenience, and accessibility you need to make your dreams a reality. We’re a small school with a large reach and big impact. Our experienced faculty will guide and inspire you to gain essential skills and knowledge through our rigorous curricula and supportive, interactive classes.
The more you learn about Cambridge College, the more you’ll understand what makes us different, and how we can make a difference in your life and your career.
The Place to Unlock your Potential
We’ve designed our programs to fit the needs, schedules, and responsibilities of adult learners like you. Our innovative educational model is inclusive, student-centered, and career-oriented. Our faculty respects and leverages the diverse skills and experiences of our students, and you will share a classroom with peers who will benefit from the experience and perspective you bring to the cassroom just as you will benefit from theirs.
The diversity of our community spans age, background, ethnicity, and work experience. More than 65% of our students are members of minority groups, three-quarters are women, and 17% are non-native English speakers. Our inclusive culture provides a positive and productive educational experience for adult learners.
We strive to unlock valuable educational opportunities for as many people as possible, and we work hard to keep tuition costs low and to provide financial aid to those who qualify. Today, Cambridge College’s tuition is less than the cost of the average nonprofit four-year college, and we provide financial assistance to over 60% of our students.
Invested in Your Success
At Cambridge College we believe higher education should be relational, not transactional. We value group learning and peer interaction where students learn from and challenge one other, and our talented faculty bring their professional experiences to bear in the classroom.
We also offer a range of academic support services that assist students in surmounting many of the barriers to a college education. These services include one-on-one faculty mentoring, math and writing assessment and support, career counseling, and language classes, all of which help students to stay, succeed, and graduate.