Western New England University is ranked among the top tier in the Regional Universities “North” category in U.S. News & World Report's:America's Best Colleges.
Located in a culturally diverse community close to Boston, New York City, and Cape Cod, Western New England University offers small class sizes, a beautiful campus, and a great faculty-to-student ratio to help students develop their skills and interests and reach their full potential.
Undergraduate International Student Scholarships ranging from $9,000 to $17,000 are awarded to students with outstanding academic records. These are only partial scholarships, and they are offered to a limited number of students.
|BridgePathways||10 weeks (20 hours per week)||$3,600|
Conditionally admitted students seeking English instruction prior to their studies at Western New England University are welcome to attend the Bridge Academic English Program at BridgeEnglish in Denver, Colorado.
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*The Academic English program takes place at BridgeEnglish, Denver.
*Martin Luther King holiday is observed at all centers except Denver.
**Presidents' Day is observed at the Denver center only.
The BridgePathways ® Academic English Program was developed precisely for international students to succeed in a U.S. academic environment.
BridgePathways is a goal-oriented program that is customized and targeted based on your current level. It’s how we measure your success and help you reach your desired goals. With BridgePathways, you are assured the ultimate preparation for success at your U.S. university.
Students at Western New England University, a small, private university in the beautiful New England region of the U.S., experience a more intimate setting for their academic study. Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, on a leafy, suburban campus, WNE encourages the development of well-rounded students by integrating athletics and a variety of active clubs and organizations into the college experience.
Clubs and Organizations
With over 60 clubs and organizations, Western New England University offers plenty of opportunity for student involvement. Choose from pre-professional programs to compliment your major, such as the Biology Club, or other organizations that match your interests, such as the Global Sustainability Club or Outing Club.
Hone your leadership skills at WNE through a variety of student opportunities. Freshman Council offers first year students the chance to collaborate on and organize all activities for their class. Similarly, the undergraduate student government, or Student Senate, offers a range of positions that involve students in campus policy-making and decisions. The athletics department also offers leadership opportunities, such as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee or the Captains’ Council, which are responsible for providing peer input and guidance regarding sports and recreation programs.
Athletics and Intramurals
WNE takes student-centered approach to athletics, with their broad-based commitment to academics, athletics, and leadership. Sports such as football, baseball, basketball, ice hockey track, tennis and volleyball allow students to challenge themselves and learn lessons that can be applied both on and off the field. Wellness Centers offer state-of-the-art workout equipment, as well as a weight room, aerobics room and pool.
Living on-campus at WNE fosters personal growth, leadership and community involvement. Plus, living with another student is a perfect opportunity BridgePathways students to improve their English and learn about American culture. Freshmen live in traditional residence halls, which are co-ed by floor or wing, in shared rooms. These comfortable and convenient dorms have Internet, kitchenettes, laundry rooms, and shared communal student lounges.