Western New England University (WNE), a comprehensive private institution with a tradition of excellence in teaching and scholarship and a commitment to service, awards undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degrees in various departments from among the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and School of Law. One of only a few U.S. comprehensive institutions enrolling under 5,000 students recognized with national and international accreditations at the highest levels in law, business, engineering, and social work, WNE serves students predominantly from the northeastern U.S., but enrolls students from across the country and around the world. The vast majority of undergraduate students reside on campus. The 215-acre campus in Springfield, Massachusetts, is remarkable for its beauty, security, and meticulous upkeep.
Why Western New England University?
Facilities: A recent survey of incoming students cited the "Quality of Academic Facilities" as the top reason they chose WNE. More than $90 million have been invested in new classroom, laboratory, residence, dining, and athletic construction and modernization projects. The 215-acre campus includes 28 major buildings (10 residence facilities) and an expansive outdoor sports complex anchored by the 1,500-seat Golden Bear Stadium all clustered around a walkable central core.
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|Institution Type||Private University|
|Application Fees||USD 40 - USD 50|
|Tuition Fees||USD 38,250 - USD 43,380|
|Location||Springfield, Massachusetts, United States of America|