Experience More When You Transfer to a Great University
Word is getting around of the great educational experience awaiting transfer students at Western New England University. From dynamic programs to internships, from study abroad opportunities to active participation on our thriving campus, our transfer students look forward to experiencing more at our great University.
Psychology, civil engineering, sport management, criminal justice-—we’ve got your major
You’ll learn from our outstanding faculty who teach our nearly 50 majors and programs. In classes of 20 or fewer students, you’ll receive personalized attention from your professors to support your goals and ambitions. Explore your options at wne.edu/academics.
With an emphasis on experiential learning, we offer more than 1,000 internship sites and opportunities to study abroad through short-term summer trips to destinations like the Olympics, China, Iceland, and more.
Good grades = great scholarships
Everyone knows that good grades are the key to transferring to the school of your choice. At Western New England University, when you maintain your good grades, you will receive merit scholarship aid regardless of your family’s income.
Your previous grades in college can earn you:
• $13,000 for a cumulative GPA of 3.5–4.0
• $10,000 for a cumulative GPA of 3.0–3.49
• $9,000 for a cumulative GPA of 2.5–2.99
• Phi Theta Kappa—additional $2,000
• Grades below a 2.5 cumulative GPA will also be considered for a grant.
• Visit wne.edu/tuition for current rates.
Make a seamless transition through Community College Joint Admissions Partnerships
Transferring is simplified through participation in the Joint Admissions Transfer Program offered in collaboration with the following community colleges: Berkshire, Greenfield, Holyoke, and Springfield Technical. Our transfer counselors will help make the process easy.
Get moving—you’re in Golden Bear Country
Active participation is a hallmark of life as a Golden Bear. With 2,500undergraduate students, WesternNew England University is just the right size for you to become actively engaged in our more than 70 clubs and organizations. Be a member, become a leader, develop your passions and interests, and build a résumé that rocks.
Discover a beautiful new place to call home
Whether you live on campus or commute, you’ll feel welcomed and valued as a Western New EnglandUniversity student. Residential students live in our traditional hallsin two-person rooms or four-person suites during freshman and sophomore years and in apartments and townhouses as juniors and seniors.
On the field or in the stands, get into the game!
Our rising Athletics Program fields 19 NCAA Division III men’s and women’s varsity sports to give you options to play competitively or become a Golden Bear fan.
Ready to experience more at Western New England University?
Majors and Programs
College of Arts and Sciences
• American Studies
- Media Theory and
- Public Relations
• Computer Science
• Creative Writing
• Criminal Justice
- Crime and Society
- Criminal Investigation
- Terrorism and Homeland
• Forensic Biology
• Forensic Chemistry
• Health Sciences
• Information Technology
• International Studies
• Law and Society
• Mathematical Sciences
• Political Science
• Social Work
- Crime and Society
College of Business
• Arts and Entertainment Management
• Business Analytics and Information Systems
• General Business
- Business Law and
• International Business
• Management and
• Marketing Communication/Advertising
• Pharmaceutical Business
• Sport Management
College of Engineering
• Biomedical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Computer Engineering
• Electrical Engineering
• Industrial Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
Combined Degree Programs
• Five-year Bachelor/M.B.A.
• Five-year Bachelor/M.S.A.
• Five-year Bachelor/M.S. in Engineering Management
• Five-year Bachelor/M.S. in Organizational Leadership
• Five-year B.S.E.E./M.S.E.E.
• Five-year B.S.M.E./M.S.M.E.
• Six-year Engineering/Law