ADMISSIONS

  • Course Registration for New Students

    As a new student, it is important to chart a clear path to academic success. It is now time to enroll in your first semester classes and begin your academic journey at Worcester State.

    First-Year Students

    The Academic Success Center will design the schedule of all First-Year students based on your academic major, potential placement test results and your academic schedule preferences.

    First-Year Students: Next Steps

    First-Year Students: Get a Head Start on Your Academic Journey!


    Academic Opportunities this Summer


    AID Summer Bridge

    Dates: June 1 to July 2, 2021
    During the 6 week summer experience, students have the opportunity to gain anywhere between 3-12 credits towards their graduation requirements. The program provides educational support to students who show motivations and the desire to succeed in higher education. Included in this category are first generation, urban, low income, and/or ALANA/BIPOC (African American, Latinx, Asian, & Native American, and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) students. There is a strong emphasis on students' transition and adjustment during the summer and first year. Wraparound services such as academic assistance, individualized or group skills development, assistance with budgeting, financial aid, academic advising, and cultural and enrichment support students during their undergraduate experience. To learn more about the program, visit the AID webpage and/or email Laxmi Bissoondial, AID Coordinator/Interim Director Multicultural Affairs at lbissoondial@worcester.edu.

    Cornerstone STEM Scholars

    Dates: June 7 to June 25, Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am-12pm and 1pm-3pm
    This three credit course, conducted via zoom, is open to incoming First-Year students majoring in STEM fields including Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Computer Science and Mathematics. A focus will be placed on the students' STEM field while also incorporating technology and Information literacy along with learns the skills of writing and presenting at the college level. For more information contact: Daron Barnard dbarnard@worcester.edu.

    ED-191: Lancer Learning

    Dates: Summer II session (July 12 to August 27)
    ED-191: Lancer Learning is a course specifically for you, as a first-year student at Worcester State University. Offered online and in a flexible format that will suit any summer plans, you will connect with faculty and also engage with current students through the coursework.

    Enroll Now: Yes, I'm Interested in ED-191

    Our faculty will work to give you a preview of college expectations in the classroom along with providing you with learning tools to assist you with any academic or personal barriers to your college success. You will have the opportunity to develop a close relationship with faculty, administrators and peer mentors.

    Transfer Students

    Incoming Transfer Students will connect directly with an Academic Advisor in the Academic Success Center to review transfer credit and degree completion plans during an individual appointment.

    Transfer Students: Next Steps