The Gracie, Husson’s state-of-the-art, 500-seat theatre, is the University’s center for the fine and performing arts. The Gracie also serves as a learning platform for students from the New England School of Communications in digital audio, sound mixing, set design and construction, lighting, acting and electronics.
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.
The Robert E. White Gallery features rotating exhibits of works by Maine artists in a variety of mediums.
With offices on the Husson campus, the Bangor Symphony Orchestra brings the joy of live music to audiences of all tastes and ages.
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.
The Regional Center for Criminal Justice in New England serves as a resource center for educational institutions (secondary and post-secondary), businesses and governmental agencies primarily for the states of Maine and New Hampshire. The Center serves as a national leader for rural area law enforcement training, with a focus on Part-time/Reserve Officer Training, and forensic psychology.
This annual spring event is dedicated to facilitating practical dialogue between ethicists, business leaders, and persons of faith.
Continuing Education at HICHEP is an outreach program of the College of Health and Education, offering a vibrant and diverse array of subjects and courses for personal and professional development.
The Maine Writing Center Gathering provides theoretical and practical information for both writing-center administrators and writing consultants.
The Husson University Athletics Department offers an array of camps and clinics for almost all ages.