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  • Welcome to Fall term!
  • We've arrived at our new campus!
    Our new main campus is now located at 500 Rutherford Avenue, Charlestown, MA.
  • CC student Jeannine Sapere wins Vital Impact Scholarship
    Jeannine Sapere is one of two Cambridge College students to receive the scholarship this fall. Vital Impact aims to help women in Massachusetts transition to more rewarding careers.
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    If so, you will be required* to enroll in CC's Student Health Insurance Plan at no additional cost.
  • Flexible programs to fit your busy schedule
    We offer evening, weekend, online and summer classes so you can earn your degree while taking care of work and family.

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Faculty Spotlight
Professor Elena Cherepanov, SOPC faculty member who teaches in the Trauma Counseling program, recently returned from Dallas, Texas, where she assisted at a shelter with about 4,000 evacuees from hurricane disaster areas. She describes her experience as "profound and powerful" which made her appreciate the importance of our counseling work. Prof. Cherepanov assisted with traumatized and injured people from Port Arthur, Orange and Beaumont who had been rescued by military helicopters and who had medical conditions, special needs, injuries, and who were struggling with loss of family members, homes, belongings or pets. She recalled the wrenching case of working with a man with an infant who survived by holding onto the mother who had a stroke and drowned. Her summing up of the experience was "unbelievable resilience."
Alumni News
Janani Nathan (MEd ‘09) received a Faculty Distinction Award at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS). Nathan, a guidance counselor, has been an educator for 20 years and at CRLS since 2001. Each year, seniors nominate the CRLS staff members who had the most influence on their learning and personal growth. While teaching physics and biology at CRLS, Nathan completed a second master’s degree at Cambridge College. Born in Sri Lanka, she has expertise in helping first generation students navigate the educational system.