About Worcester State University
From its founding in 1874, Worcester State University has been dedicated to educational programs that lead to self-enrichment and to careers in the professions, government, business and industry. The University has earned a reputation for quality teaching by its dedicated faculty in classes of moderate size, and for programs responsive to its student's and society's changing needs.
At the cornerstone of the mission of the University is public service. The University actively seeks shared experiences with local schools, businesses, cultural and social organizations, and other colleges and universities of Worcester, not only for the fullest personal and intellectual development of its students, faculty, and staff, but also for the future economic and human development of the region and the state.
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Worcester State University
Graduate and Continuing Education
486 Chandler Street
Worcester, MA 01602
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