UNE United is an undergraduate student club on the Biddeford Campus. The mission of UNE United is to promote awareness and appreciation of cultural diversity through on-campus educational and cultural programming and off-campus excursions. The club attracts students who are interested in learning about different people and cultures, learning from one another across real or perceived differences and celebrating cultural traditions from around the world. UNE United is open to all UNE students.
UNE’s LGBTQA+ student alliance
The Alliance is an undergraduate club on the Biddeford Campus that supports gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students and allies. The Alliance helps make UNE a safer, more welcoming and inclusive living and learning community by educating and building relationships between the LGBTQ community and the community of Allies and Advocates on campus. With weekly meetings and frequent programs including an annual “Coming Out” week in October and “UNE Gaypril Pride” month in April, The Alliance is an active, motivated and crucial campus club that promotes diversity awareness and advocacy and educates the UNE community on LGBTQ issues.
Catholic student organization
Nor'easter Catholic is an undergraduate student organization on the Biddeford Campus supported by the Portland Archdiocese. The group holds weekly meetings to talk about faith and have dinner together.
For more information, email Nor'easter Catholic advisor Sandra Larned at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is a medical student organization dedicated to people of color and underserved communities. The group focuses on issues such as recruiting and retaining minority applicants, strengthening alumni/student relations, supporting the UNE College of Osteopathic Medicine’s efforts on increasing minority faculty and assisting to build a culturally sensitive forum where all students can learn and share ideas.
The Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) is dedicated to representing the views and ideas of minority pharmacists on critical issues affecting health care and pharmacy, as well as advancing the standards of pharmaceutical care among all practitioners.
COM’s queer-straight alliance advocating for LGBTQI students, providers, and patients
HEAL (Health Equality Alliance) is founded on the recognition of the need for medical students and the health care community at large to become better educated and sensitive to issues that uniquely affect the LGBTQI community. We aim to increase education, awareness and open discussion regarding LGBTQI issues in health care. HEAL is open to all students, faculty, professional staff, and alumni and welcomes all identities from queer to straight and everything in between.
For more information, email HEAL faculty advisor Marilyn Gugliucci, Ph.D. at email@example.com.
The mission of the Black Student Union (BSU) focuses on promoting collaboration throughout the black community as well as spreading unity among students of other cultures at the University of New England. BSU is involved in numerous activities including putting together speakers and activities during Black History Month, as well as meetings and social gatherings at the Cultural Exchange Lounge.
BSU is an active student group that sponsors cultural and social events, provides leadership opportunities, and encourages networking amongst students of color, faculty, and professional staff. The BSU will partake in cultural festivals, trips to various museums, Black History Month convocation and a variety of other social and outreach activities. All students, faculty, and professional staff are invited to the weekly meetings and to participate in the development of the organization.
For more information, email BSU advisor Erica Rousseau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An InterVarsity chapter at the University of New England (UNE).
1 Peter 2:9: "But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God's special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light."
Come and join us Thursday nights for a student lead Alpha Film Series! This is your chance to come learn about who Jesus is and what role he plays in your life. Additionally, if you would like to attend church, come join us on Sunday mornings at New Life Christian Fellowship in Biddeford. Christ is among us, where have you seen him today?
For more information, email InterVarsity advisor Erica Rousseau at email@example.com.
The Muslim Students’ Association (MSA) is an organization dedicated to connecting Muslim Students with each other and creating a space where they can work together to learn more about their faith and connect with their spirituality. A lot of students are living away from home for the first time and often adjusting to the changes, and balancing one's faith and schoolwork can prove to be a challenge at times. The MSA is aimed towards allowing students to share their stories and experiences and how they approach challenges that they face in their professional and academic life.
For more information, email Muslim Students’ Association advisor Erica Rousseau at firstname.lastname@example.org.