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Visit Campus

Get a Taste of Golden Bear Life! Life

If you’re working on making your decision, or just starting your college or advanced degree search, we invite you to see what makes Western New England University so great!

Located in a residential neighborhood in Springfield, Mass., WNE’s campus provides the close-knit community you’re looking for. While we’re a university of 215 acres, that doesn’t mean you’ll be walking miles or taking shuttles to class—residence halls, classrooms, labs, the gym, the library, and the University Commons are within easy reach.

Our central location gives you access to résumé-building experiences, and educational, cultural, and fun places to explore right in your new “backyard”. Campus is less than 90 miles west of Boston and less than 140 miles northeast of New York City.

The best way to know if Western New England University is the right choice for you is by visiting campus and experiencing our community for yourself. Bring the family, tour our stunning campus, or take advantage of the specialized programming for students and parents at Open Houses. Tour options and registration can be found below. We hope to see you soon!

Campus in the fall

Come Visit Campus

See our beautiful New England campus for yourself and experience what Golden Bear life is like!

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Looking Forward To Open House

This isn't just another Open House—it's a true Golden Bear welcome! We want you to come visit us on our home turf to get a feel for life at Western New England University.

Open House

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Follow Our Students On Virtual Tours

Join current WNE undergraduates for behind-the-scenes virtual tours of our campus as they show you around our classrooms, residence halls, dining facilities, and more!

Campus Tours Go Virtual

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Graduate Information Sessions

Our graduate programs offer four entry points a year (spring, summer, fall, and winter) so that you can enroll when the time is right for you.

Information Sessions