Police program's 6th Recruit Officer Course begins
In September, those who finish the ROC will be certified as police officers ready to report to municipal police departments in Massachusetts and neighboring states.
University celebrates 127th Commencement Exercises
Fitchburg State University celebrated its 127th commencement exercises in May, awarding nearly 850 undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Theater project garners Mass Cultural Council support
The theaterLAB will establish an ADA-compliant incubator for student experiential learning and a venue for campus and community arts and humanities programs.
Business students collaborate with Chamber of Commerce
Business students at Fitchburg State University recently assisted the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce with an analysis of their annual member survey, giving the students a chance to apply their classroom experience to a “real world” data set
University announces honorees for 127th Commencement Exercises
Media and information technology pioneer John Honeycutt '91 will return to campus to deliver the undergraduate commencement address on Saturday, May 20.
Club lacrosse team wins divisional title
The men’s lacrosse club team had modest hopes for the 2023 season, which made winning the division title in their conference all the sweeter.
Mathematics contest honors local high school students
Students from Auburn, Hudson, Leominster, Monty Tech and Narragansett High participated in the competition.
High school students recognized with English Studies awards
Recognition Night pays tribute to student clubs and organizations
Students nominate their peers and clubs for recognition, with the winners selected by a committee of faculty, staff and administrators.
Secretary of Economic Development tours university theater project
Yvonne Hao and municipal officials from across Massachusetts reviewed the vision for a performing arts center in the heart of downtown.