Other Campus Services
Husson University Dining Services welcomes you to the Dickerman Dining Center where you will find culinary professionals committed to providing you with a quality dining experience. We serve a wide variety of foods designed to meet the needs of a diverse university community. In addition to meal plans for resident students, dining dollars and commuter meal plans are available and may be purchased in the Dining Services office located in the Dickerman Dining Center.
Cressy Marketplace located next to the Campus Center on the lower level of Peabody Hall provides deli style sandwiches, fresh beef burgers, and daily specials that are popular with our students. Excellent coffee, an assortment of cold beverages, packaged snacks, as well as, fresh fruit and other healthy food and snack options are always available.
Willey’s Café located next to the Furman Student Center specializes in Gevalia coffee and espresso drinks and our very popular, house-made Panini sandwiches. Check out our selection of pastries for that perfect sweet treat.
The Athletic and Recreation facilities include the Newman Athletic Complex that has basketball and volleyball courts, a 25-yard, 6-lane competitive swimming pool, a strength-training room, and a dance studio. The Swan Fitness Center has cardiovascular machines, weight machines, free weights, televisions and a sound system, and also houses the Kenduskeag Institute Research Laboratory and athletic trainer facilities. The Husson outdoor athletic and recreation facilities include the Winkin Sports Complex with the Harold Alfond Diamond, the Boucher Soccer Pitch, the O’Keefe Softball Field, tennis courts and practice fields.
The University offers an extensive intramural, recreational and intercollegiate sports program for both men and women. The men’s and women’s intercollegiate programs conform to and hold memberships in the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division III (NCAA) and the North Atlantic Conference (NAC). Men’s intercollegiate competition includes soccer, football, basketball, baseball, lacrosse, cross country and golf, indoor and outdoor track. Women’s competition includes volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, swimming, lacrosse, field hockey, cross country, indoor track and outdoor track, and tennis.
Intramural sports play a large part in satisfying the recreational needs of the University community. Many students compete in basketball, swimming, volleyball, tennis, softball, soccer, floor hockey and flag football, just to name a few. Husson campus facilities also provide many opportunities for informal recreation like the new W.T. Gardner & Sons Recreation area.
Contact: Janet Francoeur, Manager
Location: 107 Peabody Hall Phone: 207.947.2270 or 207.941.7114
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Husson University’s Mary McDonald Bookstore is open Monday through Friday and stocks required course materials for all programs of study at the University. Many textbooks are available for semester rental or in eBook format. The bookstore also offers a wide variety of school supplies, computer and technology products as well as an exclusive line of Husson University apparel and gifts. Visit the bookstore’s website for more information on policies, promotions and merchandise
Contact: Liana Fellis, Student Employment Manager
Location: 105 Peabody Hall Phone: 207.941.7083
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
The Student Employment office serves as a bridge between students and the campus community by assisting students obtain part-time jobs in various departments on campus. Not only can an on campus position provide some extra income and structure to your academic career, but it can also build a resume and enhance professional job skills and competencies. An on-campus employment position is often a great way to become more connected to the University community.
Husson’s uniformed security officers provide 24/7 campus coverage. Our staff consists of 12 full time and 6 part time Security Officers, as well as one full time officer from the Bangor Police Department. We are committed to providing our faculty, staff, students, and guests with a safe and friendly environment both on and around our campus. Statistically, Maine is one of the safest states in our nation. However, that’s not to say that crime never occurs here at Husson University. Husson, along with many other institutions of higher education is required to publish an Annual Security Report, which illustrates certain classes of crimes and fire safety statistics for our campus. We are confident that after reviewing our Annual Security Report, you will see that Husson is indeed a safe place to be. Husson University is fortunate to have experienced so few crimes, but because crimes can and do occasionally occur on our campus, we strongly encourage a collaborative approach towards safety. We truly believe that we all share a responsibility in keeping our community a safe and enjoyable place to live and visit. Husson University is committed to achieving campus safety and security for all members and visitors of our community.
Our Safety & Security department offers POMCO (Piece of Mind Company) safety button devices that can connect a student directly to our services with a push of a button. Campus Safety & Security at Husson offers a “safe walk” escort service on campus for all members of the Husson community. The security department collaborates with Student Life to offer classes such as CPR, self-defense and other safety programs. For additional information please use the information on our website and learn how to report criminal actions, prevent crimes, and practice responsible behavior. Husson University Safety & Security is located in 106 Peabody Hall and by phone at 207.941.7911.