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Accepted Students Next Steps

I'm accepted! What's Next?

Accepted students are strongly encouraged to log into the Application Status Page on a regular basis to receive important updates and pay the deposit. We are committed to providing you and your family the highest level of personal attention in hopes that you will choose to become a Golden Bear this fall. Please call or email your admissions counselor at any time.

We will also continue to provide you with exciting and safe opportunities to see what life as a Golden Bear might look like through our in-person campus toursAccepted Students' Day, and other unique opportunities that will be coming out soon!

Life as a Golden Bear Golden

What’s it like to be a Golden Bear? It’s a truly life-changing experience that connects you to the people, experiences, and ideas that will prepare you for the Future of Work and beyond. Check out what’s happening on campus and plan your visit today—this could be your future home!

Have Questions?

Get to know WNE through real Golden Bears, who will not only answer your questions, but share stories about their experiences here on campus.

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Accepted Student Events

Join us at various events this spring to “Feel the WNE Spirit” and learn what it is like to be a Golden Bear! One of these events is our signature Accepted Students’ Day which will be on Saturday, April 6, 2024. Gather with fellow future Golden Bears to celebrate your acceptance and answer your last-minute questions.

Accepted Students' Day schedules

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Understand Your Financial Aid Offer

As part of our Culture of Financial Wellness, we want to ensure that all families fully understand the financial investment of a Western New England University education. Our Enrollment Services Office can provide an overview of applying for financial aid, how to receive alternative financing, and instructions on how to sign up for a payment plan. Our Financial Aid Counselors are available to assist you with questions about financing your education at WNE. Call Enrollment Services at 413-796-2080, or make a phone appointment to have a financial aid counselor call you.

Need Help with Filing the FAFSA

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Competing Award Policy

At Western New England University, we are committed to being among the most affordable four-year private residential educational option. Therefore, if after receiving your comprehensive financial aid package, you find that another comparable school you have been admitted to is more affordable, we will be able to assist you through our Competing Award Policy. Comparable schools are typically other 4-year private institutions or state schools with out-of-state pricing.

Competing Award Appeal Form

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Pay Your Deposit

Make your deposit today by logging into your Application Status Page. Submit by May 1 to secure your spot in the Class of 2028!

Application Status Page

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Connect on Social Media

We encourage you to join the Class of 2028 Facebook Group, which offers a platform for you to begin meeting your fellow classmates, discuss upcoming events and important dates, and get a head start on becoming actively involved in the Western New England community. All new students, regardless of year, are encouraged to join this group. If you have any questions regarding the page, please contact the Office of Admissions.

Class of 2028 Facebook Group

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Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services provides a wide variety of services for all students with different types of disability diagnoses, offers information and referral on issues of accessibility, and coordinates some guest accommodations. Access to specific accommodations is evaluated on a case-by-case basis and the most frequently provided accommodations include, but are not limited to, extended time for exams and distraction reduced testing environment.

Student Accessibility Services is committed to full access for all people at WNE and embraces the philosophy of social justice. The SAS office promotes the empowerment of people with disabilities and their full integration into academic, campus, housing, dining, and campus community life.

Student Accessibility Services

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Contact Information

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