Cambridge College Rankings

Cambridge College logo best universities badge
Ranking Category
#7659 of 14,131 In the World
#2060 of 2,597 In North America
#1967 of 2,496 In the United States
#81 of 88 In Massachusetts
#22 of 24 In Boston

Quick Review

Acceptance rate
Avg. cost to attend
$21,178 /y
Aid receiving
Male:Female Ratio
Highest Degree
Doctor's degree

Cambridge College Acceptance rate and admissions statistics

Cambridge College has an acceptance rate of 100% and is among the 23% of the easiest universities to gain admission to in the United States. The university reports the admission statistics without distinguishing between local and international students.

401 students enrolled in some distance education courses.

703 enrolled exclusively in distance education.

Admissions requirements

Cambridge College has an open admission policy (non-competitive). The only requirement is a certificate of attendance or a highschool diploma or a General Educational Development certificate.

Enrollment demographics by race or ethnicity

White 749 (35%)
Hispanic 693 (32%)
Black or African American 426 (20%)
Nonresident Alien 105 (5%)
Asian 72 (3%)
Race or Ethnicity unknown 48 (2%)
Two or more races 38 (2%)
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 1 (0%)
American Indian or Alaska Native 1 (0%)

Costs per year: Tuition, Housing, Fees

The average net cost to attend Cambridge College is $21,178 per year, calculated as the sum of the average cost of tuition, room and board, books, and supplies, reduced by the amount of average financial aid received.

The final cost of attendance varies for each student based on household income, residency, program, and other factors.

Net average cost to attend
Average aid awarded
Students receiving aid

Average costs by household income

<$30K $22,570
$30-48K $20,820
$48-75K $18,752
$110K+ $26,636

Tuition and fees

Tuition in-district $17,190$16,923
Tuition in-state $17,190$16,923
Tuition out-of-state $17,190$16,923

Cambridge College majors

Cambridge College has granted 233 bachelor's degrees across 10 programs, 626 master's across 22 programs, and 5 doctorate degrees across 2 programs. Below is a table with majors that lead to degrees at Cambridge College.

Major Associate Bachelor Master Doctoral
Business Administration and Management, General 25 109 122 4
Mental Health Counseling & Counselor 121
Special Education and Teaching, General 64
Counselor Education & School Counseling and Guidance Services 40
Early Childhood Education and Teaching 21 19
Health & Health Care Administration & Management 1 31 6
Education & Teaching of Individuals with Autism 36
Educational Leadership and Administration, General 28 1
Education, General 28
Applied Behavior Analysis 25
Human Services, General 24
Mathematics Teacher Education 22
Health Teacher Education 20
Psychology, General 20
Counseling Psychology 16
Multi- & Interdisciplinary Studies, General 16
Elementary Education and Teaching 14
Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language & ESL Language Instructor 14
Auditing 11
Marriage and Family Therapy & Counseling 11
School Librarian & School Library Media Specialist 11
Science Teacher Education & General Science Teacher Education 8
Accounting and Business & Management 2 3
Accounting and Finance 4
Criminal Justice & Safety Studies 4
Finance, General 4
Human Resources Management and Services, Other 3
Marketing, Other 2
Grand Total 26 233 626 5

Cambridge College has a graduation rate of 0%, which is among the 0% lowest for universities in the US.

  • Full-time retention rate - 100%
  • Part-time retention rate - 13%

Notable alumni

  1. Steven Hassan

    Steven Hassan
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    1954-.. (age 70)

    Steven Alan Hassan is an American author and mental health counselor who specializes in the area of cults and new religious movements. He worked as a deprogrammer in the late 1970s, but since then has advocated a non-coercive form of exit counseling.

  2. Jaime Perelló

    Jaime Perelló
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    1973-.. (age 51)

    Jaime R. Perelló Borrás is a Puerto Rican politician. Perelló is affiliated with the Popular Democratic Party of Puerto Rico and the Democratic Party of the United States. He was the 30th Speaker of the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico.

  3. Bruce Bolling

    Bruce Bolling
    1945-2012 (aged 67)

    Bruce Carlton Bolling was a politician and businessman in Boston, Massachusetts. He was a member of the Boston City Council and served as the council's first black president in the mid-1980s. He unsuccessfully ran for mayor of Boston in 1993.

  4. Ross Irwin

    Ross Irwin
    1960-.. (age 64)
    association football player

    Ross J. Irwin is a Scottish former professional footballer. He played for Fareham Town F.C. (England), FC Stade Nyonnais (Switzerland), the Bahama Royals (Bahamas) and the Boston Bolts and Albany Capitals of the American Soccer League.

  5. Della Sowah

    Della Sowah
    Born in
    Ghana Flag Ghana
    1959-.. (age 65)
    Enrolled in Cambridge College
    Graduated with Master of Business Administration
    journalistpoliticianmarketeradvertising person

    Della Sowah is a Ghanaian former Deputy Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection. She is also the Member of Parliament for Kpando constituency.

General info

Alternative names CC
Founded 1971
Motto For working adults
Colors blue, white
Academic calendar September to August
Total FTE staff 290
Carnegie classification Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs

Location and contacts

Address 500 Rutherford Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts, 02129
United States
City population 676,000
Phone 6178681000

Cambridge College in social media