College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:58:42Z
No reall Greek life exists at my school; I do believe we have a couple of frats/sororities that live in houses off campus, but they are not a big part of campus life,
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:56:03Z
There is a lot of racial/ethnic diversity, and acceptance with different economic and politician backgrounds as well.
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:54:51Z
Being in specific programs make you feel important and they lead you to showing what this program will give you in the future
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:54:51Z
I have never had an internship.
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:53:30Z
I love this school and everything about it. It's small enough to know most of the people in your classes, yet it's not too small that you can't ever meet new people. The food is pretty good for being college food, and life on campus is always upbeat exciting.
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:51:57Z
There's so many options for housing on campus, and the freshman dorms are perfect for getting to know others, making friends, and learning how to live with others. The housing process is extremely easy; you can either choose a roommate, or be randomly matched with one. The townhouse and apartment housing is available for upper class men, which are beautiful, and give you something to look forward to.
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:49:22Z
The school gave me a pretty big scholarship to help out, based on my grades, which was awesome for me and my parents of course
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:48:36Z
It's pretty good; there's a lot of pizza places nearby and normal chain restaurants as well. Across the street, there's a Hot Table, which is a litter bit expensive but so good, and my personal favorite, a frozen yogurt place right next door to it.
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:46:27Z
Our athletics are awesome, and it's a big thing to attend football and soccer games normally on the weekends. We have a lot of different sports, from cross country to field hockey, lacrosse and so on.
College Sophomore 2013-11-06T15:44:45Z
The campus itself is absolutely beautiful and stunning, especially in the fall. There is never a dull moment on campus, from the campus activities group leading a camel around campus on hump day to lighten the day, or even just the happy and friendly attitudes of the students and teachers all over campus. The athletic centers are state of the art and I love the wide variety of aerobics class, from yoga to Zumba, that are offered as well. The library is perfect to study if you like pure silence, and the campus center is homey and cosy, with a Starbucks when you need that caffeine boost in your day.
College Student 2013-10-22T16:19:27Z
The drug safety policy at western new england university is strict about preventing underage drinking.
College Freshman 2013-09-30T00:50:39Z
I received a good amount of money from my school. I only have to pay about a quarter of the full tuition and they were able to help me and my parents work out a great payment plan.
College Freshman 2013-09-30T00:48:20Z
Health & Safety:
the campus is very safe and campus security is always on patrol so they make you feel really safe. just don't act like a fool on campus and don't bring to much attention to yourself if your drinking so they have to do something about it.
College Freshman 2013-09-30T00:44:45Z
this school isn't to different from other schools. it is really small and information travels around fast. the school isn't in the best neighborhood so its not good to go out and walk around to far. there's also a low guy to girl ratio at the school.
College Freshman 2013-09-30T00:40:01Z
there aren't really any places to eat off campus that are close enough walking distance, and the only places really to eat out to are chain restaurants like Olive Garden or Apple Bees and you need to take a cab to reach them. other than that you have average Chinese places which are pretty decent.
College Junior 2013-09-29T16:17:24Z
There are several difffernt computer labs located on campus and they are well maintained and equipped. There is also a small computer lab for those who are more comfortable with Macs rather then PC's. I honestly feel that the needs of all students are met with computers at Western New England University.
College Junior 2013-09-29T16:14:53Z
There are clubs that support the LBGTQ community as well as the ethinic/racial diversity. They are both one the biggest clubs on campus and are fully supported by students and faculty.
College Junior 2013-09-09T19:26:19Z
There is no social "Greek Life" at WNEU which is just fine with me - one less thing to worry about with "fitting in". There are however, a number of "Greek Honor Societies" that are co-ed for recognition of academic achievement that hosts campus wide events.
College Senior 2013-08-15T20:07:07Z
Springfield is a relatively big city. It is not the nicest or safest city, but it has it's perks. Most students enjoy Patty's and Peppa's pizza right across the street. There is also a park called Forest Park about 7 minutes from school which has a zoo and nice place to run or relax. There are a few bars downtown that are popular for the surrounding colleges. My friends and I also took part in visiting all the animal shelters that are around the school. Six Flags and the Big E are also short distances.
College Senior 2013-08-15T20:03:54Z
We do not offer Greek Life at Western New England, although I wish they would. I think that would be a nice addition to social life there.
College Senior 2013-08-15T20:02:20Z
Freshmen year I lived in the quads which was really convenient because everyone was able to hang out right outside the buildings. A lot of people would play games or do homework on the lawns. Sophomore and Junior year I lived in Gateway Village which was pretty small but offered a kitchen and living room and was across the street from campus. Senior year, I will be living in Evergreen which I love. It is very spacious and one of the nicer housing options. It's more expensive but better than getting an apartment off campus, in my opinion.
College Senior 2013-08-15T19:07:17Z
There are multiple computer labs available for students. My favorite would be the Mac lab which is usually where people working on media projects would work. The library also offers free printing which you won't find at many other schools. The library can get crowded during finals, but if you bring your laptop you can sign onto the WiFi which is also nice.
College Sophomore 2013-08-04T17:24:12Z
Health & Safety:
Our campus police are phenomenal. They are always everywhere and in sight, which made me very comfortable since the neighborhood around the school isn't very safe. They are so willing to help with whatever you need; whether its jumping your car or escorting you to your car or dorm if you don't feel safe.
College Sophomore 2013-07-30T00:47:31Z
The parking isn't too bad. It costs more to have a car if you live on campus, not sure the actual cost. I commute and I usually always am able to find a spot. As long as you park in the right parking lot you should never have a problem.
College Sophomore 2013-07-28T18:14:59Z
It's really inconvenient. For example, if you live in the quad you have to park behind the HLC, which is a 1/2 mile away. The sustem isn't very good and I hate that we have to pay now.
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