Take a detailed tour and see what our campus has to offer at one of our fall open house sessions.
Our dedicated faculty supports and encourages, and you'll discover endless opportunities in and outside of the classroom.
International Education provides an opportunity to step outside the classroom to continue your learning.
President Richard S. Lapidus vowed to maintain a focus on student success, foster diversity and inclusiveness and continue to embrace the institution’s host city in his inaugural address as the 11th president of Fitchburg State University.
“A History of Digital History” aims to contextualize the present moment in the discipline of history while while exploring the larger transition from a print culture to a digital culture.
Rosner's work, featuring evocative female figures created from materials she collects and transforms in her global travels, will be discussed at a gallery talk with the artist at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30.
RAD is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques, comprehensive in its approach and beginning with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance and progressing to the basics of hands-on defensive training.
FAFSA Day is staffed by volunteer financial aid and higher education experts available to provide families one-on-one assistance. Over 14,000 students have been served during FAFSA Day events.
Our Kids is a New York Times bestseller and a passionate, urgent examination of the growing inequality gap. Robert Putnam’s volume offers a personal and authoritative look at a new American crisis where a growing “opportunity gap” has emerged over the past 25 years.