New England College is a private post-secondary degree awarding institution located in Henniker, New Hampshire, U.S. It was founded in 1946 with the aim to serve the educational needs of World War II veterans. The college is currently being run under the leadership of Michele Perkins, the serving President and Head of New England College. New England College provides quality undergraduate and graduate level education in various liberal arts, social sciences, business, education, and professional programs.
New England College has over 1800 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in one of the many associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s level degree programs. Most of the students study for their desired degree qualifications by attending classes at the campus of New England College. However, some students also study for the degrees through the distance-learning arm of the college.
New England College offers quality accredited associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s level degree programs in a wide variety of fields, ranging from traditional subjects like mathematics and engineering to relatively less known fields such as kinesiology and criminal justice.
The college currently offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in thirty-one different subjects. Some of the most popular subjects among prospective students are:
- Art History
- Environmental Science
- Business Administration
- Biology and Health Science
- Sports and Recreation Management
- Women’s Studies
- Physical Education
New England College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges to administer and award associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in the State of New Hampshire. In addition, the teacher training courses are endorsed by the New Hampshire Department of Education.
New England College has a sprawling rural campus consisting of thirty administrative and educational buildings. The twenty-three acre campus is the sole teaching facility of the college, and is used as the permanent educational and recreational base by its students.