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Law Student Resources

School of Law's Campus Services

The Bookstore located in the St. Germain Campus Center offers a variety of products such as textbooks, general books, clothing apparel, gifts, and gift cards and a wide assortment of school supplies. 

Spiritual Life: Western New England University is a nonsectarian community recognizing a diversity of the world's religions celebrated within its student population. 

The Center for Health and Well-Being provides law students with services that include but not limited to urgent or primary care, women's health, prescriptions, health education, and mental health issues, Pap, STD testing, birth control, and counseling. The Center offers Student Health Insurance Policy information and health forms required for matriculation. Counseling is available from caring and licensed professionals that provide confidential help to students with personal, social, and educational concerns. Common areas of concern include adjustment to law school, anxiety, depression, relationships and sexual orientation, eating disorders, substance abuse, sexual/physical abuse, and test anxiety. The School of Law promotes and encourages responsible decision-making regarding alcohol and drug use. The Alcohol and Drug Education Service offers confidential counseling and consultation for those concerned about their own or another's use. For more information about these services contact the Student Affairs office at 413-782-1376. The Student Affairs office is located on the first floor near the Student Records office in room 143.

Western New England University law students are offered discounts to several daycare services in the area. For the most current information on child care discounts, please contact Student Affairs at 413-782-1376.

Food Services offers an array of dining services, meal plans, and nutritional information. Find out the daily menu for eating venues on campus.

Massachusetts Bar Foundation Emergency Loan Fund: The School of Law occasionally loans small amounts of money to students on a short-term basis. These loans do not exceed $500 and the interest rate is 12 percent annually. Contact Jordan Hall, Associate Dean of Student Affairs, for an application.