3,800
Total Students
2,500
Full-time undergraduate
14:1
Student to teacher ratio
90%
Of faculty hold PhDs
60+
Undergraduate student clubs and organizations
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LOCATION
Springfield offers the beauty of New England’s four seasons—from stunning fall foliage to snowy winters and warm springs and summers. The region offers many opportunities to experience American music and culture. You can also drive to the mountains, the beach, or Boston or New York City. Air travel to campus is accessed via Bradley International Airport in nearby Hartford, Connecticut or Logan Airport in Boston.
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FOUR COLLEGES: Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, and Pharmacy and Health Sicence—plus a School of Law
3,800 TOTAL STUDENTS (2,500 full-time undergraduate)
14:1 student to teacher ratio
90% of faculty hold PhDs
60+ undergraduate student clubs and organizations
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
> College of Arts and Sciences
> College of Business
> College of Engineering
> College of Pharmacy
> Pre-professional Studies
> School of Law
GRADUATE PROGRAMS
> College of Arts and Sciences
> College of Business
> College of Engineering
> College of Pharmacy
> ​School of Law



OUTCOMES & INTERNSHIPS
In a survey of the Class of 2016, 95% were employed/offered employment or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
More than 1,000 internship sponsors From the Metropolitan Opera to Coca Cola, Western New England connects our students to internships to help them explore career paths and gain marketable skills. In the Engineering Senior Design Project, undergraduate students conduct original research projects often sponsored by industry or medical organizations.

Some of the places our students have gotten jobs include:

• LEGO
• Aetna
• UTC Aerospace Systems
• General Electric
• PricewaterhouseCoopers
• Walt Disney World
• Coca-Cola
• Department of Homeland Security
• Cigna
• Pratt and Whitney
Hear Mohammad Dehghani’s experiences with WNE and the PhD program in Engineering Management
STUDENT LIFE

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED-residence halls, classrooms, labs, the gym, the library, and most important of all, the dining hall and food court is within easy reach.
HOUSING OPTIONS range from double occupancy rooms for first year students to apartments and townhouses for upperclassmen.
ANNUAL TRADITIONS ON CAMPUS INCLUDE:

• WNEpalooza
• Music Fest
• Homecoming
• World Food Fest
• Midnight Madness
​• Family and Friends Weekend
​• October’s Freak, Winter, and Spring Week!
ZIPCARS ON CAMPUS GET YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO GO

Zipcars are an affordable, self-service car sharing solution for Western New England students
HOW TO APPLY
1. Submit your application Undergraduate (bachelor’s) students can apply at: https://connect.wne.edu/apply/
Graduate student can apply online at
https://www1.wne.edu/become-a-student/apply/ graduate_app/index.cfm
2. Submit official or attested transcripts
3. Submit proof of English proficiency
4. Submit required financial documentation
5. Submit additional materials as required:
Graduate Admissions Requirements visit link
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements visit link
SCHOLARSHIPS
We offer Undergraduate International Student Scholarships that range from $8,000 to $21,000 based on your academic profile
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Our graduate tuition rates are among the most affordable in the region!
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