Fall 2016 and Spring 2017
Fall: August 15 - September 7
Spring: November 28 - January 2, 2017
Fall: August 31, 2016
Spring: January 18, 2017
Whether you wish to take courses toward a college degree, for personal enrichment, for teaching credential certification, for exploring degree programs, or for meeting other educational goals, the University of New England welcomes you. We offer daytime, evening and weekend courses during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. In addition, we offer a variety of online courses during the Summer.
Please view the UNE Course Catalog for individual course availability, dates and times.
Registration and Payment
To register for a course at UNE, we require that you complete the Continuing Education Form. For courses with prerequisites, an unofficial transcript with proof of prerequisite completion is also required.
Payment for courses must be received in full prior to course start. You may also provide a purchase order from the authorized representative of a company that is paying for you to take a course, along with documentation of the company's policy to reimburse tuition costs for employees.
Note: If you are not a current UNE student, you need to contact the Registrar's Office at (207) 602-2473 or firstname.lastname@example.org for registration assistance.
|Undergraduate courses - College Arts and Sciences||$330 per credit|
|Undergraduate courses - Westbrook College of Health Professions||$1,210 per credit|
|Graduate courses||Varies by College|
|Undergraduate course||$330 for undergraduate|
|Graduate course||Varies by College|
|Auditing requires permission from instructor|
Should you decide to drop or withdraw from a course, you must notify the Office of the Registrar in writing. A verbal notice is not sufficient. Deadlines for dropping or withdrawing from courses are listed below. These dates are also available on the Academic Calendar. Please note that a refund from the course is computed separately from dropping and withdrawing. Please refer to the Tuition Refund information below.
You may withdraw without academic penalty from a course with a grade of W at any time during the first two-thirds of the semester. The grade of W does not affect your grade point average, but will appear on your academic transcript. After the two-thirds mark, you may withdraw with academic penalty from a course with a grade of WP (withdrew passing) or WF (withdrew failing) which will be assigned by the faculty member. Both the WP and WF will appear on your academic transcript. A grade of WF will be computed in your grade point average.
Dropping a Course
|Fall 2016||September 7||
Requires written notice
|Spring 2017||January 25||Requires written notice|
Withdraw without Academic Penalty
|Fall 2016||November 10||
Requires written notice
|Spring 2017||April 4||Requires written notice|
Refund eligibility is calculated based on the date UNE receives the written notification of your desire to drop or withdraw from a course. Refunds will not be made in the case of absence, suspension, or dismissal. Non-attendance does not constitute course withdrawal. The registration fee ($10) and lab fees are nonrefundable.
Underdraduates: Please see the Academic Catalog for current refund policies.
Graduate/Professional Students: Please see the Financial Information Page for current policies.
All cars parked on campus must display a UNE parking permit. Please view UNE's parking policies.
Course Cancelation and Changes
Courses with low enrollment are subject to cancelation. You should attend the first class unless otherwise notified by the Office of Continuing Education. If UNE cancels a course for which you are enrolled, you will receive a full refund, including all fees.
UNE reserves the right to postpone, reschedule or cancel classes, change locations, substitute instructors, or make other changes as necessary.
Please view the University Cancelation/Delay Policy for possible cancelations or delays due to inclement weather.
The University of New England does not discriminate in admission to, access to, treatment of, or employment in its programs and activities on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, 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. Inquiries or concerns may be addressed to the director of human resources at (207) 602-2339.
If you require special services to fully participate in a course or program, please indicate so on your registration form at the time of registration. As a students with a disability, you may wish to contact the Student Support Services Office at (207) 602-2815 for information on the services available to students requiring assistance.