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  • Consortium Concert

    Consortium Concert

  • Princeton Review Best Value

    Princeton Review Best Value

    Worcester State University was recently named one of the 75 “Best Value” public universities in the nation by The Princeton Review. The University of Massachusetts Amherst is the only other Massachusetts public higher education institution […]

  • Best in the Northeast

    Best in the Northeast

    Only Massachusetts State University named “Best in the Northeast” by the Princeton Review for ten years in a row.

 
 

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  • Meet the Challenge – Participate in Giving April 9

    Meet the Challenge – Participate in Giving April 9

    The Division of University Advancement at Worcester State University will host its first Day of Giving Challenge on Wednesday, April 9, 2014.  Over a 24-hour period the Advancement staff aims to boost annual giving and […]

     
  • Shakespeare Comedy Opens April 24

    Shakespeare Comedy Opens April 24

    With the cross-dressing and hasty marriages in Twelfth Night, you could call Shakespeare’s island of Illyria, where it all takes place, a 19th century Las Vegas. But that wouldn’t be fair to Illyria. Through convoluted […]

     
 

Featured: Noteworthy

  • United States Air Force Captain Keith Foster

    United States Air Force Captain Keith Foster

    United States Air Force Captain Keith Foster, 104th Medical Group, Westfield AFB, and a WSU MS in Nursing student (Community/Public Health Nursing) was honored recently at Wesfield AFB as Company Grade Officer of the Year! The […]

     
  • Linda Crocker

    Linda Crocker, grant coordinator in the Administration and Finance Office, was invited by the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) Region I to be the track leader in coordinating the Grant Pre-Award sessions for […]

     
 

Featured: Announcements

  • Children’s Day

    Children’s Day is annual event open to all WSU faculty, staff and students. This year’s event will take place on Wednesday, April 23 from 11am-2pm in the Foster/Fallon Rooms in the Student Center. This year […]

     
  • SGA Auction to Raise Funds for Local Organizations

    SGA Auction to Raise Funds for Local Organizations

    The Worcester State University Student Government Association (SGA) will host the 23rd Annual Have a Heart Auction to Benefit the Homeless and Children in Need, Friday, April 11, at 6:00 p.m. (preview begins at 5:00 […]

     
 

Featured: Beyond the Traditional Classroom

  • Students Rally at the State House for Climate Issues

    Students Rally at the State House for Climate Issues

    On Monday, March 31st, eight Worcester State students joined some 200 other Massachusetts college and high school students in the Youth Walkout for Climate Justice at the State House in Boston. The purpose of the […]

     
  • A New Season at the WSU Garden for All Ages

    A New Season at the WSU Garden for All Ages

    Even though it’s still cold out there, the days are getting longer and they’re slowly warming up.  At least, we hope they are. But in the Department of Urban Studies, we’re also making preparations for […]

     
 

Featured: In the News

  • Marathon volunteers return with memories of a tragedy

    Marathon volunteers return with memories of a tragedy

    Seven students from Worcester State University will be volunteering this year. Six of them and their two leaders were part of a group from the school who participated last year, serving as guides for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute runners and raising money for the Jimmy Fund.

     
  • Worcester State tabs Michael Mudd as new AD

    Worcester State tabs Michael Mudd as new AD

    Worcester State has named Mudd its new athletic director. He begins his position June 9, but he plans to be on campus this week to catch some Lancer baseball, softball and lacrosse games.