Attend an Info Session

Whether you're looking for graduate school or undergraduate evening programs, an information session can help get you to where you need to be.

If you're on the fence about a particular area of study, or just not sure where to begin, this is a great place to start.  

Date: January 10, 2018
Where: Hammond Hall, Fitchburg State University
Time: 5 - 6:30 p.m.

Drop in anytime between 5 and 6:30 pm to speak with program advisors for graduate and undergraduate evening programs not included in the listed breakout sessions.

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Break-out sessions facilitated by the program chairs will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. for the following programs:

  • LPN to BS in Nursing Bridge program
  • Online RN to BS in Nursing
  • Master of Science in Nursing (Forensic)
  • Master of Education in Special Education (Dyslexia Specialist, Moderate Severe, Guided Studies, Reading Specialist and BCBA graduate certificate) – online/hybrid delivery 
  • Master of Education in Education (Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle School) 
  • Master of Science in Counseling (School Counseling PreK-8 or 5-12, Clinical Mental Health Counseling)
  • Master of Business Administration (Accounting, Human Resources Management and Management concentrations) (online) 

In person or over the phone, let us help you find the best way to move forward.

Get the answers
you need

Learn from experts in their field with our program specific breakout sessions facilitated by graduate program chairs or connect with an advisor for 1-on-1 counseling in our other available programs.

We make our advisors available to prospective students as another means of getting them the information they need. If you can’t make any of our information sessions, but would still like to speak with someone about graduate school, our counselors can provide information.

Speak to an advisor today

 

Getting Here

We’re located in a residential section of Fitchburg, the urban center of North Worcester County. It’s approximately 25 miles north of Worcester, 50 miles west of Boston and 15 miles south of New Hampshire. The compact campus of 32 buildings on 48 acres is easily accessible by car, bus or train from all areas of New England. 

The Admissions Office is located at 280 Highland Avenue in the Anthony Building.