Husson University is a private university located in Bangor, Maine, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees
Husson University is one of three universities in the Bangor area. With campuses in Westbrook and Presque Isle, it has the largest physical footprint of any private university in the state.
The Husson University Campus in Bangor, includes the Newman Gymnasium, the Winkin Sports Complex, Robert O’Donnell Commons (the College of Health and Education is located here), Peabody Hall (including the Sawyer Library, the College of Business, and the Ross Furman Student Center), the Dickerman Dining Center (renovated in 2012), the Dyke Center for Family Business, the Wildey Communications Center (named for NESCom founder George Wildey), and the Beardsley Meeting House (named for former Husson President and current Commissioner of the Department of Conservation William Beardsley) which houses the 500-seat Gracie Theatre, and Living Learning Center which houses upperclassmen in suites and holds offices and classrooms on the ground floor. There are four residence halls: Hart Hall, Bell Hall, Carlisle Hall, and the Living & Learning Center, a LEED Silver targeted student residence and academic building opening in the fall of 2012. Two walking trails circle the outer perimeter and offer scenic walks through the Maine forest.
In Presque Isle, Maine, the school is located on the campus of Northern Maine Community College. The school moved to its present location from a campus in Caribou, Maine. Husson also operates in Westbrook.