Education is a continuing process that makes no age or ethnic distinctions.
Cambridge College believes in providing a healthy environment where adults from all cultures can continue learning and be open to a lifetime of educational opportunities to make them perpetually relevant in the workplace.
It provides academically excellent, time-efficient, and cost effective opportunities for a diverse population of working adults to seek higher education at affordable rates to expand their opportunities and be more valuable members of society.
Cambridge College’s unique adult-focused learning model provides a bond between theory and practice to help students acquire academic credentials in a supportive environment where teamwork and cooperation are encouraged. Its other strengths include the following:
Founded in 1971 as the Institute of Open Education, Cambridge College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. through the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in education, counseling, management, and human services. All its degree programs are authorized by the Massachusetts Board of High Education.
Classroom and Online Learning
Aside from its main campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, it has campuses in Springfield and Law, Massachusetts; Chesapeake, Virginia; Memphis, Tennessee; Augusta, Georgia; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Ontario, California.
Cambridge College likewise offers distance education through a combination of in-class and a computer-based learning management system. The system complements the highly interactive, personal approach of classroom teaching and the convenience of online learning where they can take classes almost anytime, even during work breaks, and anywhere.
In-campus or online, Cambridge College is committed to provide the training and the skills necessary to fulfill its mission to continue building a responsive learning community for students, both young and adult, driven to achieve their career goals.