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New England College

United States
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About New England College

New England College is a private, non-profit college, located in the quintessential New England town of Henniker, New Hampshire dedicated to providing exceptional education for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students from all over the world.

Ranked by U.S. News and World Report in the top tier of baccalaureate colleges in the north, New England College prepares students in a manner that is robust, thorough and engaging. We call it “experiential learning,” or learn-by-doing. Whether it be a course in business or philosophy, NEC professors incorporate hands-on experience into the curriculum so students graduate with more than just a degree.

There are many elements to New England College that may intrigue you – a unique educational philosophy, a picturesque campus setting, or all the activities that can contribute to your personal transformation – and you just might discover it’s the right place for you. Welcome!

Equal Educational Opportunities

It is New England College’s policy to administer all educational programs and related supporting services and benefits in a manner which does not discriminate because of a student’s or prospective student’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, physical or mental handicap, or other characteristics which cannot be lawfully the basis for provision of such programs or services.

Further, each area within the institution will encourage the application of minority and women students to eliminate the effects of any past discrimination in the provisions of educational and related services, and to establish procedures which will assure equal treatment and equal access to the facilities and educational benefits to all students as required by law.

Campus information

At New England College, students have the autonomy to begin their own organization based on their interest! We believe that students should have a say in creating their experience at New England College. If you’re interested in starting an organization, your first stop would be the Office of Student Engagement in the Simon Center, rooms 314 and 315. We can help you go through the steps of starting an organization campus.

Below is a list of student organizations. Please note, student organization activity varies with the interests of students, and some organizations may become inactive due to lack of interest. For an updated list, you can contact the Office of Student Engagement by emailing us at ose@nec.edu or by stopping by our office!

  • Adventure Bound
  • Aspiring Minds
  • The Business Club
  • Carriage Theatre Ensemble
  • CiviCorp
  • Criminal Justice Club
  • Dance Club
  • Environmental Action Committee
  • Health Science Club
  • Henniker Review (annual literary publication)
  • Indian Student Organization (ISO)
  • International Students Association
  • Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority
  • Melander Maniacs
  • NEC Democrats
  • NEC Republicans
  • New Englander (student newspaper)
  • New England College Role Playing Association
  • New England College Self Defense Club
  • Political Science Club
  • Psychology Club
  • QSA: Queer Straight Alliance
  • SERVE: Veteran’s Association of New England College
  • Student Art Association
  • Student Athlete Advisory Committee
  • Student Senate
  • Student Entertainment Committee
  • TEACH: Taking Education Across Children’s Horizons
  • WNEC Radio Station

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and points South:

Take I-91 North (through Massachusetts and into Vermont) to Exit 3 and follow Route 9 for 50 miles to the Route 114 Exit toward Henniker/Bradford – the New England College exit.  Take Route 114 South one half mile to the center of campus.

From Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and points South:

Take I-91 North (through Massachusetts and into Vermont) to Exit 3 and follow Route 9 for 50 miles to the Route 114 Exit toward Henniker/Bradford – the New England College exit.  Take Route 114 South one half mile to the center of campus.

From Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island:

Take I-93 North to I-89 North. Take I-89 North to exit 5 (Routes 202 and 9). Proceed on Routes 202/9 West to the Henniker/New England College exit. Take Route 114 South one-half mile to the center of campus.

From points North:

Take I-89 South to exit 5 in New Hampshire (Routes 202 and 9) west to the Henniker/New England College exit. Take Route 114 South one-half mile to the center of campus.

Accommodation

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Residential Life and Housing fosters a positive living and learning environment for approximately 600 residential students. Four full-time professionals and 22 highly trained student staff members administer residence hall services and community standards. College housing policies are contained in The Compass, the New England College Student Handbook. 
The residence halls are for full-time enrolled New England College students. As a residential college, all students are expected to live in collegeowned-and-managed
residential facilities for three years. Exceptions to this policy may be made on an individual basis through the petition to move off campus process. Please note that students who are 23 years of age or older by August 1st of the upcoming academic
year, married or have civil-union status, have a child (or children), have a permanent home address with a parent or guardian within a 30-mile radius of campus, or who have been previously approved for an off campus medical accommodation may be exempt from this housing requirement. All residential students are required to purchase a meal plan depending upon their year. All housing and meal plan contracts are binding agreements made for the entire academic year. 
Current students who are required to live on campus for the following academic year and who do not select a room and meal plan during the room selection process will be
assigned an on-campus room and a 19-meal plan and be charged accordingly. Likewise, new students who are required to live on campus who do not submit completed Housing and Meal Plan contracts by August 1 will be assigned a room and a 19-meal plan and charged accordingly.  Prior to moving in to their assigned room, all students will be required to sign Housing and Meal Plan contracts. Students who choose not to occupy their assigned room will be charged for the full cost of their room based  on the above stated requirements. Likewise, students who choose to not make use of their meal plan will be charged for the full cost of their meal plan based on the above stated requirements. 

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 2 Computer Science and IT 1 Education and Teaching 1 Health and Medicine 1 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 1

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