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Western New England University
Quick Facts


Faculty

  • Nearly 90% of full-time professors have doctorate or terminal degrees
  • 14:1 student/faculty ratio
  • No graduate teaching assistants
  • 220 full-time faculty
  • 130 adjunct faculty

Students

  • 2,584 full-time undergraduate students
  • 3,800 full- and part-time students (undergraduate, graduate and law)
  • 61% of full-time undergraduates are male/39% are female
  • 69% of full-time undergraduates live on-campus (86% of freshmen)
  • Undergraduates come from 31 states (plus Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands)
  • 54% of full-time students come from out-of-state
  • Approximately 15% of the full-time undergraduate students are diversity students

General

  • More than 60 undergraduate and graduate programs plus a School of Law and a College of Pharmacy
  • Average class size: 20 students
  • Typical freshman class: 22 students
  • Average freshman Critical Reading and Math SAT score is 1068 (Significantly higher for Engineering and Pre-pharmacy)
  • Average G.P.A. is 3.35 (Significantly higher for Engineering and Pre-pharmacy)
  • About 95% of the undergraduates receive financial aid through the University, including merit scholarships
  • Over 60 student clubs and organizations
  • 19 men's and women's varsity sports, NCAA Division III
  • More than 41,000 alumni around the world
  • About 20% of the undergraduates participate in varsity athletics and about 27% in intramurals

Undergraduate Class Sizes (Fall 2014)

Students

Less than 10

10-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

50 +

Courses

89
(13.7%)

206
(31.6%)

303
(46.5%)

51
(7.8%)

1
(0.02%)

1
(0.02%)

Campus

  • Attractive, well-maintained campus. All buildings are less than 55 years old
  • 215 acres in a suburban, residential section of Springfield

2014-15 Costs

Arts and Sciences
and Business

Engineering

Tuition:

$31,280

$32,606

Room & Board:*

12,688

12,688

Fees:

__2,266

__2,266

Total:

$46,154

$47,560

*Cost for double occupancy in traditional freshman halls. The charges are higher for suites and Commonwealth, the new residence hall.


Location
  • 150 miles from New York City, 90 miles from Boston, 30 miles from Hartford
  • Springfield is located in Western Massachusetts. It has a population of 152,000.


Western New England University
Admissions Office
1215 Wilbraham Rd
Springfield, MA 01119-2684
800-325-1122 ext. 1321 or 413-782-1321
Fax 413-782-1777
learn@wne.edu








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