Frequently Asked Questions
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 January 2015 13:20
Where do I get an application?
Go to our website www.cmteny.com to download an application form.
What is the application deadline?
What happens if I apply after May15th?
A late fee of $300 is added to your registration fee after May 15th.
Is there a registration fee?
There is a non-refundable registration fee of $285 (or $385 for foreign students).
When are tuition and fees due?
All tuition and fees are due by June 1st.
Can I pay by credit card?
Yes, CME|NY accepts most major credit cards. Call the office at (914) 948-2501 to charge your tuition and fees.
Where is the summer program held?
The CME|NY summer institute is located on the beautiful campus of the College of New Rochelle (CNR), located in the heart of Westchester County, in New Rochelle, New York. The College is a short train ride from New York City, and is an easy commute from New Jersey and Connecticut by train or car.
The Infant and Toddler Program is held at CNR during the 6-day summer kick-off and 6-day summer wrap-up. The rest of the classes are held on weekends from August-May, at the Montessori Children's Center in White, Plains, NY. (There will be no classes in February)
What are the nearest airports? JFK, LaGuardia, Westchester County Airport.
What is the cost for room and board?
Please see the Tution & Fees section of the website.
If I don’t want to stay in a dorm, where can I stay?
There are two hotels nearby, the Radisson Hotel or Marriott Residence Inn in New Rochelle, NY. Of course, you could make plans to stay with a friend or relative. Off campus students are considered commuters and are required to pay the Facilities Fee and Day Meal Plan.
I live near by, do I have to stay?
No, of course not. But if you reside off campus, you will be considered a commuter and will be required to pay the Facilities Fee and Day Meal Plan.
Is there parking on campus?
Ample parking is available on campus at the Wellness Center. There is no additional charge for parking, as it is included in the Facilities Fee.
The Facilities Fee includes ID card, on-campus parking, access to class campus buildings, library, and Wi-Fi. The Day Meal plan consists of a declining balance meal card of for use for meals and snacks in the cafeteria and the on-campus Starbucks. The cafeteria is open during the week; Starbucks is open during the week as well as weekends and evening. The meal card may be used for any meals, snacks, or drinks at these facilities. All EC and CMSM Adult Learners only are required to participate in the Day Meal Plan and are charged the Facilities Fee.
Adult Learners who select dorm accommodations at CNR will be charged additionally for a Dorm & Dinner Plan.
The Dorm & Dinner Plan is for EC and CMSM Adult Learners only who require residential dorm housing at the College of New Rochelle. Single or Double rooms are available. An Additional fee will be added to the meal card. Dorm rooms are charged per day of occupancy.
What should I wear?
Dress is casual for all classes. Don’t forget to bring bathing suits for the beautiful in-door pool and work-out clothes for the gym at the CNR Wellness Center. We are within walking distance of the Long Island Sound, and have walking, running and bicycle route maps for students who are interested in those activities. You may want to bring a sweater—classrooms are air-conditioned. The dorms are not though, so be sure to bring a fan.
I don’t have an internship site, what should I do?
You’ll need an internship site to complete your training. If you don’t have an internship, call AMS to ask for information about schools looking for interns. We also suggest you make inquires with the Montessori schools in your area.
Can I bring my Parrot?
Sorry, no pets are allowed.
What are the class schedules?
We explore a tremendous amount of information in our programs in a relatively short period of time, so attendance at all sessions is absolutely mandatory. Plan to spend time in the evenings practicing in the environment or working on your albums. Classes will not be held on July 4th.
Infant and Toddler:
Year Round Infant Toddler Teacher Education schedule 2015-2016
The start date is June 22, 2015, at the CME Office, 785 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains, NY 10605
Summer kick-off at CME Office 2015
Weekends during the school year (August - May)
(No classes held in February)
Summer wrap-up at CME office 2016
Tuesday-Saturday June 14-June 18, 2016 8:15 – 5:15
Schedule for Weekend Classes:
Saturday, Aug 22
Sunday, Aug 23
No classes in September
Saturday, Oct. 10
Sunday, Oct 11
Friday, Nov 6
Saturday, Nov 7
Saturday, Dec 5
Sunday, Dec 6
Saturday, Jan 9, 2016
Sunday, Jan 10, 2016
No classes in February
Saturday March 5, 2016
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Friday, April 8, 2016
Saturday, April 9, 2016
Sunday, May 8, 2016
Tuesday, June 14-Saturday June 18, 2016Early Childhood: Classes will be held Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. In addition to labs that are scheduled during the day, students are also required to attend practice labs, which are held after class hours. Attendance is also mandatory at two evening (6:00-7:30 p.m.) sessions.
Monday through Thursday the schedule is 8:45 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
On Friday and Saturday the schedule is 8:45 a.m.-5:30 p.m. There are ample breaks for lunch and dinner. Evening sessions include individual and small-group focus meetings.