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Western New England University students have the educational opportunities usually offered only at much larger and typically less personal institutions. Our individualized approach to education includes a commitment to small class sizes, faculty mentorship, student engagement, and personal growth both within and beyond the classroom. The breadth and depth of our academic offerings and the unique opportunities for combined degrees they provide give you unlimited options to explore your interests and career paths.

Read the latest edition of Accolades, our bi-annual report celebrating student, faculty, and staff research and achievements.  

Find Your Path

With more than 50 undergraduate majors and programs to choose from, you’ll have opportunities to explore your passions and discover the path that’s right for you.

Our Internships Rock

Nothing rocks a résumé like an internship that connects your courses to real-world experience. That's why we offer our brand of liberal and professional studies where internships, field work, and engineering projects show prospective employers what you bring to the table.


Transferring to Western New England Just Got Sweeter

Transfer students with an associate's degree are now eligible to automatically receive scholarships of $13,000 per year through our Transfer Distinction Award.

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New—Master of Science in Sport Leadership and Coaching

Take your career to the next level with this game-changing program focusing on leadership development for business professionals and coaches. Available for working professionals studying part-time or as a five-year Bachelor’s/Master’s degree.

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The WNE Difference

Prestigious Recognitions

Many prestigious accrediting bodies recognize Western New England University’s commitment to excellence. In fact, we’ve received some of the most coveted distinctions in the world from organizations including the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB), the Engineering Accreditation Commission, and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, and the American Bar Association to name just a few.