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Honors and Recognition


ITP badgeCambridge College's Teacher Prep
Programs Receive High Honors

Cambridge College is one of only five colleges in Massachusetts to earn the Best Value designation by
Teacher.org in 2019-2020. Our ITP Master’s in Education degrees were recognized as being “at the
intersection of affordability and academic excellence.…” Learn more


Cambridge College recognized for gender parity

Cambridge College Ranks in the Top for
Gender Parity in Mass. Higher Ed

The EOS Foundation Study on Women's Power Gap in Higher Education ranks the percentage of women enrolled and represented in executive  roles, senior leadership and board positions. CC ranked #11 out of 93 on a spectrum of progress on gender parity, and was one of five top institutions that have reached gender parity.

Cambridge College MBA Program Recognized

In 2018, Cambridge College's MBA program was recognized in Boston Business Journal's list of "Largest MBA Programs in Massachusetts." Our program ranked at #16 overall!


Cambridge College Students Achieved 98% MTEL Pass Rate

For the 2016-2017 school year, 98% of Cambridge College graduates of MEd Initial Licensure programs offered in the School of Education successfully completed all Massachusetts Tests for Educator License (MTELs). The 2015-2016 rate was 100%.


One of the Best Schools for Latinos

Latino Leaders Magazine identified the Top 50 Best Colleges for Latinos in the country, and Cambridge College was among them. Colleges were selected based on several factors: percentage of total Latino enrollment and the percentage of Latino faculty, the percentage of students who apply and receive financial aid, academic resources for minority students to acclimate to academic rigors of college life and outreach efforts by schools to add to their overall diversity.


Cambridge College Students' BCBA Exam Pass Rates Notably Higher than National Average

Our MEd Autism/Behavior Analyst program prepares students to meet course requirements to sit for the BCBA examination. In 2017, the exam pass rate for Cambridge College graduates was 88%, significantly higher than the national average of 65%.


Top 5 Business Schools for African Americans

Cambridge College ranks in the top 5 business schools that award the highest number of degrees to African Americans, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, and reported in the Boston Globe in 2015. Learn more at: https://www.cambridgecollege.edu/news/cambridge-college-ranks-top-5-business-schools-award-highest-number-degrees-african-americans


Ranked #7 for Most Ethnically Diverse Colleges in America

In a list based on the following criteria, Cambridge College was shown to be a place of ethnic diversity.

  • No race with more than 45% representation
  • At least 3 races represented by over 12%
  • Percentage of total minorities graduated 2012-2013
  • Scholarships, clubs, organizations, and associations available for ethnic groups

Students of ethnic background flourish at Cambridge due to the inclusive culture that produces a positive educational experience. Learn more at: http://www.bestcollegereviews.org/features/top-ethnically-diverse-colleges/

*Statistics gathered from the National Center for Education Statistics and Diverse Issues in Higher Education and published by Best College Reviews.


Official Designation as Military Friendly School – 5 consecutive years

The Military Friendly® Schools designation is awarded to the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace military students and to dedicate resources to ensure their success in the classroom after graduation. The methodology used for making the Military Friendly® Schools list has changed the student veteran landscape to one much more transparent, and has played a significant role over the past six years in capturing and advancing best practices to support military students across the country. Learn more at: https://www.cambridgecollege.edu/news/2015-military-friendly-school