In its annual “America’s Best Colleges” ranking, U.S.News & World Report lists Western New England University among the North Region’s “Best Universities-Master’s Category,” those which provide a full range of bachelor’s and master’s programs.
Western New England University is regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
Western New England University has a faculty of 220 full-time instructors of whom 90 percent have received their terminal degrees. The University also has 130 adjunct instructors who share specialized knowledge of their discipline and professional experience with our students. The Western New England University School of Law has a distinguished legal faculty numbering 33 full-time instructors and approximately 30 adjunct instructors.
The University enrolls approximately 3,800 students, including 2,520 full-time undergraduates, 440 in full- and part-time programs in the School of Law, 150 pharmacy students, and 690 in part-time undergraduate and graduate programs.
Western New England University has more than 43,000 alumni, of which 7,000 are graduates of the School of Law. These alumni reside in all 50 states and in 26 countries around the world.
Western New England is continually evolving, as are our program offerings. Learn about our current majors and programs offered by visiting our admissions sites for Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctoral, Law, and Pharmacy programs.
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