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Become A Student

Becoming a student at Western New England University means that you will be welcomed and valued as a member of our vibrant academic community. From the moment you visit our picture-perfect New England campus or reach out to us online from the U.S. or abroad, you will be guided as you explore your academic options, learn about applying and financial aid, and enroll. With the program breadth and depth of a comprehensive university, supported by personal connections to faculty, staff, and peers, you’ll experience more than a great university at Western New England.

Professional Programs and Professional Development

Western New England University offers professional programs through our School of Law and College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, including dual degree programs. We also offer professional development programs and non-degree study. 

Successful Graduates

In a survey of the Western New England University Class of 2017, 90% were employed/offered employment within six months of graduation. Others were enrolled in graduate school. Results like this are indicative of the value of our blend of a liberal and professionally focused education.

Not Just a Pretty Face

While we may have been named among the Top 30 most beautiful campuses to visit each fall, Western New England University is more than just a pretty face. In this challenging, yet supportive environment, you will embark on an amazing intellectual journey as hands-on learning prepares you for a fulfilling career.

A "Best Value"

Western New England University is ranked in the top 3% of colleges and universities among the top 1,275 public and private institutions reviewed in the United States by The Economist magazine. The rankings analyzed which institutions offered the “best value” for the education received.

The WNE Difference

Faculty Focused on You

Our expert faculty takes the time to get to know you and your aspirations. Whether you have questions about classwork, seek assistance securing an internship, want career advice, or just need a friendly ear, you can always count on your professors to guide you along the way.