For more than a hundred years, Husson has been making important contributions to the City of Bangor, and we continue that tradition today. It is a win-win approach to doing good; not only do we provide valuable services to the people in our community, but this gives our students real-life, hands-on experience in a variety of areas including health care, occupational therapy, family business, and cultural events.
The Bangor Theological Seminary, with a site on Husson’s Bangor campus, provides academic programs in general theological education.
Located in the Swan Center, the Kenduskeag Institute is a research center dedicated to conducting important research into human movement, physical fitness, and techniques of regaining ability and mobility.
Husson’s Richard E. Dyke Center for Family Business works to support and strengthen Maine’s 30,000 family-owned businesses. The Center also features a state-of-the-art meeting and conference facility available for use by business and community organizations.