Student Services

  • Student Affairs

    In the Student Affairs Division at Worcester State University, we promote and enrich your education through a seamless learning environment that enhances your classroom experiences. We interact with you in your everyday life through teaching, mentoring, advising, and counseling. We encourage you to come to us for help with any situation or challenge. Whatever the crisis—financial, medical, or personal—we can advise and refer you to the appropriate support services.

    We believe that your success at WSU comes from rewarding experiences both in and out of the classroom. That’s why we offer a broad spectrum of learning and personal growth topics:

    • Adaptation skills
    • Appreciation for the arts
    • Character development
    • Civility
    • Coping with adversity
    • Ethical behavior
    • Health and wellness
    • Leadership skills
    • Problem-solving
    • Responsible choices
    • Responsible community living
    • Social intelligence
    • Spiritual growth
    • Valuing diversity
  • Student Emergency Fund
    If you find yourself facing a sudden, unexpected financial crisis that puts your schooling at risk, we encourage you to contact us about our Student Emergency Fund. The fund exists to quickly return you to financial stability so you can complete your degree. The Student Emergency Fund is sustained by the continual contributions of WSU students, parents, alumni, faculty, staff, community members, and friends of the university. Distributions from the fund are subject to availability. Applications are available in the Dean of Student’s Office, Room 325 in the Student Center.
    Family Council
    The family council encourages parents of our students to have an engaged interest in the activities and programs of Worcester State to remain involved in the development of their children. If you would like to information about joining, please contact Assistant Director of Alumni Nicole Losavio at 508-929-8279 or Eileen Durell in the Student Involvement and Leadership Development Office at 508-929-8073.
    Our Offices

    The Student Affairs Division comprises the following offices: