COVID-19 Updates
Updated April 1, 2021

We will continue remote teaching this summer with an expectation to return to classrooms in Fall 2021. See details. 

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New Online Division for New Markets with a Global Reach

Cambridge College announced the launch of a new division, “Cambridge College Global” (CC Global) which will...

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Cambridge College Southern California has been selected as a fellow for the CCPL (Center for Civic Policy & Leadership) Healing Communities Through Racial Justice Initiative, which promotes,...

This new partnership between Cambridge College and NSI aims to address the historical gap in diversity and inclusion in the cybersecurity workforce.

Boston, MA:  Cambridge College is proud to announce a new partner in the National Security Institute (NSI) at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School. This partnership...

Jatinder Kaur

In 1998, Jatinder Kaur [BA '11] was overworked and overwhelmed.

The mother of an infant son at the time, Kaur worked long hours at a Dunkin' Donuts in Everett alongside her husband, Kamal...

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Standing Up – A Virtual Invitational Group Exhibition

Exhibition Dates:  April 1-30, 2021

Since 2014, Cambridge College and Violence Transformed have collaborated to sponsor an...

Niti Seth

Frustration and at times resentment among those struggling to get a shot, and tempered elation on the other side of the divide.

For a vast...

Samantha Power

An Op-Ed article written by Vera Diplomon, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at Cambridge College, was published in International Policy Digest on January 20, 2021.  Below is the...

Charles Anderson

The Dimock Center Selects Dr. Charles Anderson as New President & CEO

ROXBURY, MA – The Board of Directors of The Dimock Center has selected Charles Anderson, MD,...

Karyn Glemaud-Anis [BS '11] is a newly-published children's book author.

We are excited to share that Cambridge College alum Karyn Glemaud-Anis [B.S. '11] has recently published her first children's book, titled Mommy's New Friend.

Her book is semi-...

Eduviges Diaz and Justina Duarte took an English as a Second Language course at Cambridge College in Lawrence in 2012.  BARRY CHIN / GLOBE STAFF

A recent Boston Globe article highlighted the unequivocal economic value immigrants can experience by learning English as a Second Language.  Immigrants who take ESL courses stand to make...

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