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Cost & Aid

Western New England University offers an excellent private education at an affordable tuition. Over 98% of undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid. Assistance may include merit scholarships, need-based scholarships, grants, employment, and loans. Our graduate offerings for teachers are competitive with public programs while our MBA is one of the most affordable AACSB International accredited programs in New England. 

See what makes us a "Best Value" and a great investment in your future

Western New England University is ranked in the top 3 percent as a “best value” by The Economist magazine. Read about our other key rankings and outcomes of our graduates.

Invest in You

Keep Merit Scholarships All 4 Years

The great thing about our Merit Scholarships is that they don't just reward you freshmen year for your high school performance, you receive the same award every year you are enrolled as long as you maintain your good grades (2.0 GPA).

Merit Aid

Great Scholarships for Transfer Students

The $15,000 Transfer Distinction Award scholarship is awarded automatically to any student with an associate’s degree from an accredited institution. Phi Theta Kappa recipients can receive an additional $2,000 per year when you maintain the GPA specified on your offer.

Transfer Distinction

Outstanding Accreditations—Earned Excellence!

Accreditations are an important benchmark of quality. Read about the numerous accreditations earned by Western New England University and its various academic programs.


Explore Your Flexible Payment Options

Payment Plans give students and their families greater flexibility in paying for tuition and other costs. Learn about your options with the help of the Office of Student Administrative Services.

Payment Plans

Learn How We Cultivate a Culture of Financial Wellness

See how our programs and staff help students and families learn how to navigate the financial aid process and maintain financial wellness as young adults.

Financial Wellness

Here for you: The Office of Enrollment Services

The friendly staff members at the Office of Enrollment Services are here to assist students and parents seeking guidance about the financial aid process, billing, student banking, and more. Enrollment Services combines the traditional offices of financial aid, registrar, and bursar in one convenient location. You'll find the office in the Lower Level of D'Amour Library. Your account is assigned by the student's last name to an Enrollment Services Coordinator.

Stop in or give us a call at 413-796-2080.