CW News

CW Supports Local NAMI Chapter

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

On Saturday, May 21st, The College of Westchester walked to support our local NAMI chapter (National Alliance on Mental Illness).

The CW team joined over 500 people and is proud to be able to raise awareness for NAMI, whose mission is advocating for access to services, treatment, support, research, and continual raising awareness on mental illness.

NAMI is an organization that offers the kind of understanding and care that only those who have lived the experience of mental illness can provide. They offer multiple programs to provide support to those that have a mental illness as well as those with a loved one that has a mental illness.

Thanks to the support of our CW’s NAMI on Campus Club, staff, and friends!

To learn more about NAMI please visit:

Congratulations Sigma Beta Delta, Phi Theta Kappa & BBA Honors Students!

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

CW honored and inducted 19 students from Phi Theta Kappa, 28 students from Sigma Beta Delta, and 10 students from the CW BBA Honors Program, during the recent Honors Ceremony. Opening remarks included Dr. Warren Rosenberg, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Mary Beth Del Balzo, President and CEO of The College of Westchester.

"Tonight you are receiving a very distinguished honor that will stay with you forever, just like your CW education. Being inducted into an honor society speaks volumes about you as an individual – everyone has a choice to work toward success or simply to coast along and you have chosen to succeed at the highest level," said President Del Balzo.

The purpose of Sigma Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and achievement among business students. On the other hand, Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and encourages the academic achievement of two-year college students. The Honors program is designed to introduce high achieving BBA students to research. Those inducted must develop qualities of leadership, fellowship, and service. Congratulations to all of them!

Westchester Community College Signs Transfer Articulation Agreement with The College of Westchester

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Westchester Community College and The College of Westchester have collaborated on a new pathway to bachelor’s degree studies. An articulation between the two colleges was announced at a press conference on the Valhalla campus of Westchester Community College on Thursday, May 12. 

Under this new partnership, fourteen of Westchester Community College Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), and Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees are now acceptable for transfer articulation through 17 different pathways into Bachelor degree programs at The College of Westchester.

Applicants successfully completing the articulated WCC programs with a 2.5 or better grade point average can enroll as a junior at CW.

“This partnership will help our graduates achieve a seamless transfer to The College of Westchester” says Dr. Belinda S. Miles, President of Westchester Community College. “This is an important agreement which focuses on student success. We are always pleased to build new bridges toward four-year institutions and to assist our students in moving on toward advanced degrees.”  

In addition, The College of Westchester announced that it will offer a number of WCC Pathways Transfer Scholarships to students transferring to the institution from Westchester Community College, including three half tuition scholarships per year to eligible WCC graduates.

“It is particularly gratifying to The College of Westchester to be signing an agreement with Westchester Community College that formalizes the informal relationship that we have had as neighborhood colleges for many, many years.  Our liquid borders are being celebrated and recognized between two colleges who continue to be integral to the local and regional community.  Many thanks to President Belinda Miles and her team for their collaboration,” said Mary Beth Del Balzo, President of The College of Westchester.

About Westchester Community College

Westchester Community College provides accessible, high quality and affordable education to meet the needs of its diverse community. WCC is committed to student success, academic excellence, workforce development, economic development and lifelong learning.

For more information call 914-606-6606 or visit

About The College of Westchester

The College of Westchester has been educating students in the tristate area for 100 years. Located in White Plains, CW is a bachelor degree granting private college.

For more information call 914-831-0200 or visit  


CW Faculty Participate as Judges for the Tri County Science and Technology Fair

Monday, May 9, 2016

The College of Westchester Faculty Participate as Judges for the Tri County Science and Technology Fair.

CW faculty members, Dr. Grace Bonanno, Paula Cancro, Dr. Daishia Howard, Dr. Chris Nwosisi and Dr. Shamva Wright-Shingler served as judges at the Westchester, Putnam and Rockland Tri County Science and Technology Fair organized by The Putnam Children’s Discovery Center, Inc. (PCDC), a volunteer organization.

The Fair’s primary purpose is to reward children who have an interest in science, math, and technology. Public, private and home schooled students from the three counties are welcome to participate in the Fair. 33 elementary and high schools participated this year. “CW’s participation in the Tri County Science and Technology Fair is just one of several important ways in which CW’s faculty contribute their services to the betterment of the New York metropolitan region’s citizens and businesses,” said Dr. Warren Rosenberg, CW’s Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs.

For more information about Tri County Science and Technology Fair and this year’s winners visit:

CWCF 8th Annual Scholarship Reception

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

It is with great pride that we congratulate the newest 2016 CWCF Scholarship Recipients. These 14 students have displayed academic excellence, exemplary leadership, and dedication to their careers. The College of Westchester Charitable Foundation exists to enhance the lives of student scholars who attend The College of Westchester. The Foundation strives to further involve and educate the community and employers regarding the outstanding work of The College of Westchester and its student scholars.





Meet the 2016 recipients!!!

  • Lerika Hahn Abada
  • Jason Cohen
  • Darnell Dixon
  • Lenora Dunbar
  • Sydney Gunn
  • Jimmy Hernandez
  • Sandra Martin
  • Raque Mazza
  • Richard Medina
  • Kesha Moore
  • Aidan Quneis
  • Katieann Ramirez
  • Brittany Rosario
  • Michelle Seabrook