What do you want from your college experience? Some people want a chance to be a part of dynamic research through science or engineering projects that can improve people's lives. Others are eager to develop leadership and networking skills as they make the campus a great place to live and learn. Some value the bonds of teamwork and collaboration forged through a student-athlete experience. And many seek to explore the world from the launch pad of our supportive community. Western New England University offers the intimate learning environment and the breadth of academic and cocurricular offerings to give you all of these experiences and more!
You're one of us
Western New England University offers you a strong sense of community. Our small class sizes encourage you to contribute your ideas and be a part of the discussion. Our size also means there is something for everyone to get involved with and for you to take on leadership roles. We also espouse a healthy lifestyle, encouraging you to take advantage of opportunities to stay fit and have fun.
Your Residence Options Change with You
Over the course of four years, you will change. That's why we have created a residential life experience that changes with you. Your first year is about becoming immersed in our community, so you will share a traditional room in our campus Quad. Sophomore year you can live in suites to expand your connections. Junior and senior years you will spend in apartments and townhouses as you learn to cook and manage a household as you prepare for life after Western New England University.
Come and explore
Western New England University is located in Springfield, Massachusetts, in the heart of the beautiful Pioneer Valley, yet an easy drive to Hartford, Boston, New York City, or the college towns of Amherst and Northampton. Skiing, biking, shopping, Six Flags New England—we've got it all.
Office of Diversity Services
The Office of Diversity Services works hard to build and encourage an inclusive environment that seeks to celebrate and utilize people's differences and similarities as a means of