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  • Student Center

    The Student Center at Worcester State University is more than just a place where you can hang out between classes—it’s the hub of campus life. Vast amenities, extensive services, and a central location make the center an ideal place to meet up, socialize, relax, work, study, attend events, or get something to eat or drink. It’s the hearth and the living room of our university community. We look forward to seeing you there soon.

  • First Floor
    Information Desk (508-929-8731)—Info and tickets for campus events, discount movie tickets, ticket sales for trips and events, and cap and gown sales.

    Print Center (508-929-8518)—Printing of posters, flyers, banners, photocopying, transparencies, and laminating for a small fee.

    WSU Bookstore (508-929-8591)—All the books you’ll need for your classes plus WSU memorabilia.

    Food Court—Coyote Jack’s Grill, Papa Gino’s, Starbucks, and Au Bon Pain as well as salad bar, to-go items, snacks, soft drinks, and much more (open during the school year).

    Meeting and Event Space—The Blue Lounge and Lancer Landing are the main programming areas on the first floor.

    Lancer Landing (508-929-8073)—Quiet lounge with space for meetings and events (call to reserve for your club or organization).

    Second Floor
    The Living Room (Charter Business TV Lounge)—Couches, flat-screen LCD televisions, billiards and ping-pong tables, video games, refrigerator, microwave, and more—perfect for hanging out between classes.

    WSUR Radio Station

    Commuter Advisory Board Office

    Administrative Offices—Commuter Services, Conference and Event Services, Orientation, Military Affairs and Veteran Services, and Student Involvement and Leadership Development.

    Third Floor
    Administrative Offices—Chartwells Dining Service, Counseling Center, Career Services, International Programs, Judicial Affairs, Multicultural Affairs (including Upward Bound and the A.I.D. program), Student Affairs, Health and Wellness, and Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement.

    Student Organization Offices

    Meeting Space—Foster Room and Fallon Room.