Husson University inspires and prepares students for professional careers in current and emerging fields within the context of an education informed by the sciences and humanities.
Husson is a University of choice for premier professional programs where students succeed, experiential learning is championed and global engagement is emphasized.
Since 1898, Husson has been educating Maine's leaders. Originally preparing students for commerce, teaching and telegraphy, Husson came of age in 1953, when the State enacted legislation authorizing Husson to grant Bachelor of Science degrees. In the sixties, Husson purchased a dairy farm, cleaned it up, and built a beautiful campus. In 1981, the College established the Husson College/Eastern Maine Medical Center Baccalaureate School of Nursing. Today, Husson offers numerous undergraduate degrees and many innovative advanced degree programs, as well as a diverse selection of core science and humanities courses. On October 11, 2008, Husson became a University, but it still continues to maintain its small college feel.
Today, Husson graduates hold leadership positions all over the country and the world.