Admission

Students in the health professions at UNE are engaged in the transformation of global health sciences education. UNE's interprofessional education initiatives prepare future health care professionals to practice comprehensive and collaborative team-based, patient-centered care. 

We are one of a handful of private universities with a comprehensive health education mission including medicine, pharmacy, dental medicine, nursing and an array of allied health professions.

In addition to our 27 health sciences disciplines, we offer a full range of liberal arts classes and majors, and have internationally recognized scholars in the sciences and humanities, as well as health and medicine.

Return on Investment

The University of New England has been included in the 2016 edition of The Princeton Review’s Best 380 Colleges guide. This highly selective list includes only the top 15% of four-year colleges and universities in the U.S. UNE was selected based on its high-quality academic offerings, optimal locations in Maine and Morocco, competitive cost and size.

UNE is recognized for its return on investment to its graduates by both Forbes' list of America's Top Colleges for 2015 and PayScale. We are also ranked as one of the "Best Universities" in the North that offer "a full range of undergraduate and master's programs" in the 2016 edition of U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges." 

 

 


News

Haley Lawlor, Bao Nguyen, Jacob Bilsky, Elizabeth Roy and Mike Burman
Haley Lawlor, UNE ’19, event coordinator, 1st place winner, Bao Nguyen, Thorton Academy; 2nd place winner, Jacob Bilsky, senior from Biddeford High School; third place winner Elizabeth Roy from Thornton Academy; and Mike Burman.

UNE gives teens early education in neuroscience at Southern Maine Brain Bee

Twenty students from three neighboring school districts (Biddeford High School, Thornton Academy, and Kennebunk High School) participated in this year’s Southern Maine Brain Bee, held...


NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

The University of New England does not discriminate in admissions or access to, or treatment in, its programs and activities on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, veteran status, or disabling conditions in violation of federal or state civil rights laws of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.