Study in USA
Western New England University
Western New England University was established in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1919. Officially started as the Springfield Division of Northeastern College, the university was originally established to give part-time educational opportunities to adult students in law, business, and accounting.
On July 1, 2011, Western New England College officially became Western New England University. The change to university status reflects their growth, diversity, extensive graduate offerings, and its comprehensive nature.
The University is renowned for giving its students personal attention and offers them more than 50 undergraduate programs through colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Engineering. Graduate and doctoral programs are provided in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business and Engineering.
Why Western New England University?
Since 2011 the main campus has expanded from 34 acres to 215 acres consisting of 28 major buildings and a number of athletic and recreational fields. One of the major priorities is enduring focus and consideration for each student’s academic and skill development. The faculty is wholly committed to providing high-quality teaching and research facilities.
Administrative and support staff work together to ensure student development with regards to their academic and personal aspects. Western New England University strives to develop new leaders and problem solvers from amongst their students, whether it be academics or extra-curricular activities.
Following are some of their core values:
- Students are provided with high-quality teaching and research facilities.
- A strong sense of belonging is amongst the students of the university.
- Contemporary liberal and professional education are imparted, which acts as a basis of the undergraduate and graduate curriculum.
- Devotion among students is inculcated in students to academic, professional, and community service, thereby promoting opportunities to all campus community members.
- Special emphasis is given on caring for the sustainability and aesthetics of the environment both within and beyond campus.