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| I can't believe that it's been a whole year since I graduated from WNEU. I wish I could go back and relive college again (who doesn't?). I'm looking forward to Homecoming in the fall and the chance to see another football game.|
I'll echo what others have said here. Work hard, set high standards for yourself, and then see yourself succeed. It's a simple formula. The people are great at WNEU. Faculty are tough but will give you as much attention as you need to succeed. They are actually really happy when you go to their office hours or call them at 10 pm with a question about homework.The other side of that close relationship is that faculty expect you to work hard and know who you are. If you are comfortable with that high level of accountability, you'll like WNEU. There are easier schools and there are bigger schools out there, but I'm glad I went to Western New England.
|May 15 2013|| 4th Year Female --
Class 2012 |
| I am about to graduate and already have a great job lined up.|
Western New England is a great school and I never regret my choice to attend. Academics are tough but the professors are right there to help. No teaching assistants, either.If you're paying for a college education, you should have access to the teachers. That's what you get at WNEU.
|May 09 2013|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| I love the school, there are great people here. I think it was a little too small for me and too close to home for me to fully appreciate what this school has to offer. There are a lot of options here, and many things to do on campus, as Springfield isn't the best place to hang around in. |
|May 08 2013|| 3rd Year Male --
Class 2014 |