Skip to Top Navigation Skip to Content Skip to Footer
Alumni and Students attend Homecoming

For Families

Husson University is a vibrant, student-centered learning community, with many opportunities for students to grow both academically and personally.

These resources will help you become familiar with campus, so you can remind your student where to go for support and assistance.

an exterior view of the campus center

Center for Student Success

Empowering Husson students to develop and achieve their academic, career, and life goals.

The Wellness Learning Center

Wellness Center

Counseling and Health Services

The Wellness Center provides counseling and health services for students.

Students walk out of the Beardsley Meeting house

Financial Aid and Student Accounts

For information related to student bills and/or payment, financial aid, scholarships and general questions.

Spring Term 2024

Classes Begin 1/16/2024

Mid-Term 3/1/2024

Spring Vacation 3/4/2024-3/8/2024

Classes End 4/29/2024

Final Exams 4/30/2024-5/3/2024

Commencement 5/4/2024

Spring 2024 Course Registration

Registration Advising: Oct. 30 – Nov. 3, 2023

Student Online Registration: Nov. 3 – Nov. 12, 2023

Registration Advising Follow-up: Nov 13 – Nov. 17, 2023

Tips for Parents

A guide for parents to help families navigate their student's first semester at Husson

The summer before college.

Be prepared to see less of your student this summer. They’ll likely be spending every waking hour with friends. Consider allowing them this special time together.


The emotional roller coaster.

Recognize this may be a time of ambivalence for you: excitement about opportunities awaiting your student mixed with a sense of loss. Seek out support from other parents going through the same thing. Consider joining the “Official Husson University Family Group” on Facebook to connect with families of both new and current Husson students.


Communication.

Busy college students keep in touch in a variety of ways. Consider using WhatsApp or texting for quick communication. Remember, this is the time to let go a bit, so resist the urge to keep in constant contact. Of course, students always appreciate an old-fashioned letter or care package from home!

 

Read Month-By-Month Tips for Parents Subscribe to the E-Newsletter

Entering Fall '24 Next Steps

Parents meet with a student on move-in dayThis list is helpful for families whose student will be entering their first year.

First-Year Next Steps Join the Husson Family Facebook Group

Events

FAQs

Quick Reference Phone Numbers

College of Business
207.941.7182

College of Health & Pharmacy
207.941.7166

College of Science & Humanities
207.941.7158

New England School of Communications
207.941.7176

Office of the Provost
207.992.4918

Registrar’s Office
207.941.7149

Athletics Office
207.941.7026

Campus Safety & Security
Non-Emergency - 207.941.7785
Emergency Duty Line - 207.941.7911

Dining Services
207.941.7076

Information Technology Office
207.973.1000

International Initiatives/Study Abroad
207.941.7003

Center for Student Success
Academic Services - 207.992.1934
Career Services - 207.404.5618
Dean of Student Success - 207.992.1934
Accessibility Services - 207.992.1934

Student Life
Dean of Student Life - 207.941.7107
Counseling Services Center - 207.941.7625
Residence Life - 207.941.7700
Student Activities - 207.941.7910
Student Health Center - 207.941.7625

Student Employment
207.941.7083

Veterans Affairs
207.941.7034