Graduate and Professional Student Life

The Office of Graduate and Professional Student Affairs is here to help you maintain an active student life. To learn more about opportunities to get involved on the Portland Campus, visit our website, call us at (207) 221-4212, or drop into our office at Proctor Hall 02.

As a graduate or undergraduate health professions student in one of our programs on UNE's Portland Campus, you find ample opportunities for involvement in student clubs and professional organizations. 

Whether you want to form a close bond with others in your discipline by joining the student academic association affiliated with your program, or you just want to get to know others in the diverse student body through fun activities, the Portland Campus offers just what you need.

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Clubs and Organizations

The Portland Campus’ Graduate and Professional Student Association offers many opportunities to solidify your bond with others in your department or college. Through academic and professional student organizations, you make meaningful social connections with your peers.

LEARN MORE about Clubs and Organizations

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Events

The Portland Campus hosts a plethora of events that make for a dynamic and exciting academic year. The action begins in the fall with the Community Resource Fair, a fun-filled barbeque where UNE offices and community organizations showcase resources available to students and student leaders promote their clubs and organizations in order to recruit new members. After several months of on-campus events, including everything from lunchtime bingo to the Center for Global Humanities Lecture series, the year winds down in the spring with the various College Graduation Ceremonies, where graduating students are recognized for their dedication and academic achievement.

View upcoming Portland Events

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Wellness

As you might expect on a campus devoted to the health sciences, UNE’s Portland Campus takes wellness seriously. Student, employee, and community wellness are our goals. Whether it’s your emotional or physical health that concerns you—or if you just want some tips on feeling your best—the Health and Wellness Education Department is here to assist you. 

LEARN MORE about wellness

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