Facts & Stats
Western New England was established in 1919 and became a university in 2011. The main campus has expanded from its original 34 acres to 215 acres, containing 28 major buildings and numerous athletic and recreational fields.
- 2,486 full-time undergraduates
- 66 part-time undergraduates
- 363 law students
- 465 graduate and adult learners
- 219 pharmacy students
- 91 occupational therapy students
TOTAL: 3,690 students from 39 states and territories and 22 countries
- 59.3% of full-time students are men and 40.7% are women
- 47.7% of full-time students are from out of state
- 56.2% of full-time students live on campus (77% of freshmen live on campus)
- Nearly 170 scholarship programs available to full-time students
- 98% of students receive financial assistance
- Average class size: 18 students
- Average freshman SAT scores: Critical Reading & Math: 1172 (national average: 1059)
- Average high school GPA of entering class: 3.54
- Student/faculty ratio 12:1
- 232 full-time faculty
- 98 adjunct faculty
- 427 full-time staff
- 30 part-time staff
A Vibrant Student Body
Approximately 58.8% of full-time undergraduates live on campus (78% of freshmen) to become invested members of our institution. The University has a growing international enrollment from nearly 30 countries who enrich our living and learning community and serve as global ambassadors of our unique educational experience.
Western New England University has more than 48,000 alumni, of which more than 8,000 are graduates of the School of Law. While our alumni reside in all 50 states and in 48 countries around the world, they maintain strong bonds of affinity to our institution, supporting our Annual Fund, donating their time to mentor current students, or hiring our graduates.
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Our History Speaks Volumes
Just a century ago, our vision was to offer an educational experience that changed peoples lives and open doors for them to seek greater opportunities. While a lot has changed, our University History reflects how our core values and vision still resonate today.