LIFE AT WSU

  • Multicultural Affairs

    In the Multicultural Affairs Office at Worcester State University, we appreciate the challenges of adapting to college life, especially if you haven’t had much exposure to a university setting. That’s why we take a comprehensive and intensive approach to increasing the effectiveness of minority, low-income, first-generation college students—including programs for pre-college years.

    We focus on all aspects of your adjustment to college with the ultimate goals of helping you meet your academic objectives, become an accomplished Worcester State student, and fulfill your life plans. We proudly host the Alternatives for Individual Development (A.I.D.) program, the Third World Alliance student organization, and the Upward Bound pre-college pipeline program. We also host the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Youth Breakfast.