Worcester State University
Campus Expansion and Renewal


Worcester State University has a long history of dedication to providing an exceptional learning environment for its students. For more than two decades, WSU’s capital improvements have focused on establishing and maintaining state-of-the-art classroom and campus space to support our academic and student programs.

That tradition continues with plans for a much needed new wellness center and residence hall. “Worcester State has a wonderfully strong community of faculty and students actively engaged in research, civic engagement and campus and community life,” said President Barry Maloney. “To fully support their endeavors, the areas on campus that most need improvement presently are our health and wellness facility, our Learning Resource Center, and our residence halls, specifically their capacity. This important phase of growth at Worcester State will enable students to enjoy and take advantage of a comprehensive university environment for years to come.”

In 2000, the Ghosh Science and Technology Center was built as the first facility dedicated to the sciences. In recent years, renovations to the Sullivan Academic Center and the Shaughnessy Administration Building (LEED Gold), which houses many student service and support offices, the extension of our Dowden Hall (LEED Gold) and construction of Wasylean Hall (Honor Award for Design Excellence, AIACM) have kept pace with student needs and campus demands.



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