Cambridge College opened its doors in 1971 to a handful of students in search of educational opportunities denied to them at traditional colleges and universities. At the time, Cambridge College was one of only a few schools in the United States with programs designed especially for working adults. These first students left the College with the credentials and the preparation they needed to embark on teaching careers that would provide extraordinary service to their communities. For 40 years, Cambridge College’s inclusive learning philosophy has embraced students as they are; they are inherent strengths, their cultural and community origins, and the experiences that inform their professional and personal development. Cambridge College has grown from a local teacher’s college to a comprehensive educational institution with sites in Massachusetts, California, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and Puerto Rico; offering programs from the bachelor’s to the doctoral levels.
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