The student handbook is designed to provide information that will assist you in your academic and extra-curricular endeavors at UNE.
Program-specific handbooks and manuals, published by certain academic departments, will provide further structure and guidance and should be used in conjunction with this publication.
The handbook describes how UNE works, where students should go, and who they should see to resolve questions and concerns. Policies, procedures and regulations are outlined here so that all students (undergraduate, graduate, professional, certificate and special status) are aware of the parameters within which our community functions.
The Student Handbook is published on the UNE website. Certain sections, including the Policy and Conduct Code section, as well as the Residential Education and Housing Handbook(s) for both campuses, are published in their entirety on the web as well as in the UNE "planner" version that is available to undergraduates on both campuses.
Information, procedures and programs may change during the year. You will be notified via email if a change should occur, and the revision will appear immediately in the web version. In addition, changes may be published in handbook supplements.
The Office of Student Affairs is here to help you. Stop in to meet our staff. You will always find a friendly face and helping hand. Best wishes to you as you begin a new year.
The provisions of the student handbook do not constitute a contract, express or implied, between The University of New England and any applicant, student's family, or faculty or staff member. The University of New England reserves the right to change the policies, procedures, rules, regulations and information in the handbook at any time. Changes will become effective at the time the proper authorities so determine, and the changes will apply to both prospective students and those already enrolled. The handbook is a general information publication only, and it is not intended to nor does it contain all regulations that relate to student behaviors.