COVID-19 Updates
Updated October 14, 2020

Cambridge College will continue remote learning and teaching through Fall 2020-2021 term. The health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and community are important to us. Please see our updates regarding COVID-19 and campus plans.

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Laura Henderson's book, "Secret Circle of Women; Where Queens Rule and Honey Bees Dance" has just been published. This collection of truly amazing and inspirational stories reflects the real-life...

Attendees got a fascinating look into social media as a new and growing career on February 26, when Cambridge College launched CC Talks. Cambridge College President Deborah Jackson explained to...

Effective April 3, 2015 Ms. Maida Tilchen will be retiring from Cambridge College.  Maida joined Cambridge College as a teaching assistant for Writing 101 with Prof. Anne Lee Scott in September...

Cambridge College was very well respresented at the 2015 NSTA Conference held this March in Chicago.

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Cambridge College Alumni Howard Fain

Worcester East Middle teacher and Cambridge College graduate Howard Fain has been selected to participate in the NASA Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA)’s Airborne Astronomy...

Since the regions of Donetsk and Luhansk declared independence from Ukraine last March, thousands of people have been killed in the ensuing conflict and close to a million have been displaced or...

Cambridge College Alumni Camilo Hernandez

Camilo Hernandez officially announces his candidacy for State Representative for the 1st Suffolk District.  The following is his statement:

“It is a pleasure to announce my candidacy as...

In celebration of Black History Month, Cambridge College hosted a special evening commemorating “Boston’s Black Education Movement and the People Who Led It” on Wed Feb 18th on their...

Trang Huynh, P.E., adjunct faculty member at Cambridge College - Southern California, was the winner of the 2014 Inaugural Turning Red Tape into Red Carpet Award given by the Inland Empire...

The odds out there for homeless families aren’t good, says Deborah Hughes, who has dedicated the past 25 years to beating those odds.

In Massachusetts, about 20,000 women and children live...

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