The University of New England
is an independent, coeducational university with two distinctive campuses in two Maine coastal cities. The University Campus is located on a beautiful site in Biddeford, Maine, where the Saco River flows into the Atlantic Ocean at Saco Bay. The Westbrook College Campus, in Portland, Maine is designated a national historic district and is quintessential New England, with a
central green surrounded by classic brick buildings.The University has degree programs in health sciences, natural sciences, human services, management, education and the liberal
arts. The University includes Maine's only medical school, the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, which emphasizes the education of primary care physicians. Enrollments for the two
campuses total 2,364, including 496 medical students. UNE also has several distance learning programs and a satellite nursing
program in Israel.