As a student at the University of New England's seaside campus in Biddeford and our suburban campus in the coastal city of Portland, you are given opportunities to thrive, not only while at UNE but beyond.
Again and again, industry experts have cited the value and return-on-investment (ROI) of a UNE degree. Forbes included us on its list of America's Top Colleges for 2015. U.S. News & World Report ranked us among the Best Universities in the North in its 2016 edition of America's Best Colleges. In 2014, according to PayScale, we ranked #1 in student ROI among public and private colleges and universities in Maine and in the top 15% nationally.
UNE has also 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.
When you decide to attend UNE, you become a valued member of the close-knit UNE Community where people know your name. From your first days on campus through the day you graduate, and continuing into your graduate studies or career, your professors and classmates play an important role in your life. They encourage you to think in complex and ambitious ways about the work being done in your field. They challenge you to be more than merely competent, but to be exceptional.
At UNE, you enjoy an active life beyond the classroom too. You learn and grow in important ways through your involvement in undergraduate research, internships and clinical rotations, international travel through our Global Education Program, and community service through our Citizenship Seminar and service learning programs.
You also find more than 60 student clubs to join, and a championship athletics program that brings together students, alumni, faculty and staff to cheer for the Nor'easters.
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.