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Reviews 639 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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5 College Student

Overall Experience: I love western new England and would not want to attend any other school

5 College Student

Health & Safety: Feel very safe on campus the public safety department does a good job

4 College Student

Overall Experience: I have a great potential of getting job upon graduation.

4 College Student

Campus Housing: Western New England has a decent variety of housing options that improve as you move through your years.

3 College Student

Athletics: The athletics are good and the facilities are alright but there needs to be more support and some updating.

5 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Everyone feels safe on campus just for the fact that we have public safety working hard to ensure our safety as well as staff that are at our convenience to ensure that our safety is their number one priority.

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5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The professors here are very understanding and they help to ensure that you understand the material and are prepared for the next quiz or exam. What I love most is how quick my professors are with responding, if I am having trouble on an assignment I can email them at the very moment and receive a response no late than an hour which is incredible! The professors really dedicate their time into the students to ensure that we are not just doing the work for the grade but understanding our work and knowing that how we did is what we are being graded on.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Our University normally has guest speakers in relation to our careers, we normally call them "Career Panel" in which several guest speakers, sometimes alumnus, come to educate us about where they are in life and how they got there so that we have an idea of what steps we can take in order to get ourselves to where we want to be. We also have Career Panels where businesses come to our schools and are ready to hire qualifying students to either work as interns or work somewhere that beneficial towards their major. These are excellent events because they allow students to have a head start in life and to be job ready, while putting their major to use.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The campus housing is great! The dorms are the same size as your bedroom back home and we have staff that come in and tidy up the bathrooms and hallways so it is always kept clean. We also have safety room checks every couple months to ensure that we do not have anything of hazard in our rooms. The social atmosphere is incredible! The RA and other staff host events to get everyone together which provides great communication for those who are either shy or afraid to make friends. Everyone in the hall respects each other, we have hall meetings that allow us to give feedback, get to know each other and pretty much hang out. Most of my friendships started from the hall meetings, the girls on my floor are very friendly and we all get along very well, and have become close friends and pretty much do everything together now. Everything in our campus housing is at a convenience, the laundry room is not too far from your floor, and if you are lucky it is right on your floor. Our classes are not far from our housing, sometimes two to five minutes but not much of a walk. The housing process was at ease, the staff made it very quick and easy to get into our dorms and to get ourselves established to our surroundings, and I am more than happy that I did not have to wait in a long line to obtain the keys for my dorm.

4 College Freshman

Athletics: The athletics at Western New England is a big part of campus life. Everyone supports each other and it's a wonderful feeling to know that our athletes are out there doing the best they can and we are here to cheer them on. Whether it is a win or loss, we are always there and that just shows how supportive not only the students are but the staff as well.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: As an independent student it can be quite difficult to get by in college especially when you do not really have anyone helping you but coming to this school was the best choice I have ever made. The staff, professor's and students here are so welcoming and so caring that it almost feels as if I am apart of a family. Because the campus has a small amount of students, it is easier to capture the professor's attention when in need of assistance and it is a great feeling to sit in a classroom where I know that I am not just a number, but a student with a name and purpose and the professors here help you find that purpose. This school has changed my life in ways I cannot even explain, the professors, staff and even the Dean of first year students will sit down with you and help you find ways to overcome whatever problem you are facing. My first semester was quite hectic but with the help of my professors, financial adviser and the Dean of First Year students, I stopped myself from becoming another statistic and stayed in college, worked hard and paid for the wonderful education that I continue to receive. I will be the first one in my family to graduate and it would mean the world to me if I can continue to receive this education to someday make my mother and father proud to have had such an amazing daughter.

4 College Freshman

Academics: Academics are really what you make of them. Certain courses are worth more and can be more challenging than others. Professors also range in how good they are and how well they teach. The registration process is pretty easy, as your advisor usually makes your schedule/confirms it for you when you're a freshman.

3 College Freshman

Diversity: The diversity here on campus is not the best. It is a predominantly white campus with a few minority groups scattered about. The few minority groups usually stick together and rarely interact with anyone outside of their race. As a whole, our campus is pretty accepting of anyone's racial or ethnic background or sexual orientation. We have groups and clubs that include all of these people to feel more included and a part of something bigger as well, so that they do not feel so isolated and as if they have no one to go to.

3 College Freshman

Drug Safety: Drugs are not such a big thing at my school. A few people partake in acid on occasion and are transported if they are caught, however it's usually a private affair that happens. Alcohol is a huge thing on campus. It is common most nights to see and hear drunk people in the hallways and the RA's rarely if anything do much about it. However, if you choose not to drink or do drugs, you can have a pretty good social life. There are plenty of students who do not do any of that stuff and would rather attend activities or watch a movie on a weekend.

5 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: Heath services are great and efficient, and I've never felt like I was in harms way here.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Half the professors are fabulous and extremely helpful, the other half are as boring as a door nob and couldn't teach their way out of a wet paper bag. Signing up for classes is based off your GPA, so if you get dealt a hand full of terrible professors, and because of this get a bad GPA you'll be last to sign up for classes and you'll only be left with terrible professors again. So it's a vicious cycle of bad grades unless you pull a miracle and can pick professors on the first day. The class sizes are perfect though, not too big and not too small, but all professors know you by first name basis by the end of the semester.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: As an engineer, it's not an automatic hire but it's becoming more known for its engineering facility and becoming more popular. However whenever I'm at my summer internship outside of Springfield, and people ask about the school they've never heard of it.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: There's a wide variety of buildings to pick from, with a variety of prices. Some buildings are really nice and others are average college dorms.

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: The fields are nice but are only for varsity, but not allowed to be used by anyone else.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: They charge as much as Wensworth institute of technology, but the engineering department isn't nearly as recognized at western New England university. They also charge you left and right for pointless fees, and the cost to register your car on campus is very expensive. The on campus Doctors office, convenient store/Starbucks, and dorms aren't bad. They could improve their parking lots (add more), gym, and dining hall A LOT with all that money they squeeze out of the students.

5 College Freshman

Health & Safety: The school security is the best thing out here. The campus police take care of us as their own sons and daughters.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The professors kind of put some efforts in helping students.The school offers a good amount of courses. The class sizes are excellent and the courses are very well set up.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The school campus has a lot of activities which are done in weird times that most people do not get a chance to attend them.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I absolutely love the campus housings.. well taken care of and the people around are super friendly.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: We have all the varsity sports you can think about on campus, but none of them are good at all.


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