Visit

Come find your home away from home. 
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We're proud to be a welcoming community where you're free to be you and pursue your goals.

Take a Virtual Tour of Campus

There are many different ways to see our campus. Take the virtual tour or keep scrolling to view all the ways to visit us in person. 

Launch Experience

Undergraduate Visit

There are many ways for you to visit us throughout the year. Make an appointment and come out to see us. 

Fall Open Houses

Meet with faculty, staff and current students. This fall we are offering Open House dates on October 16, 30, and November 13. 

All Visit Options

Visiting campus is an important part of the admissions process and we want to show you what makes us special. We currently offer both virtual and on campus visit opportunities.

Undergraduate Evening

An information session can help you decide if evening classes are the right fit for you, whether you're on the fence about a particular evening program or if you're just not sure where to begin.

Other Ways to Visit

There are plenty of other ways for you to visit campus. Not sure where to start? You can always contact Admissions and ask.

Or register for a group visit today.

Graduate Visit

Information Sessions

We have many different online and in person information sessions and open houses so everyone has an opportunity to learn more about our programs. 

Webinars

See what we have coming up in the near future for webinars, or access our archive of past recordings. 

I came from my first open house and fell in love with it. Once we pulled into the parking lot, I was like 'Mom this is it. I love it.'

Jessica Niles '16
Human Services

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Scenes from last night's Lighting of the Campus, ringing in the holiday season with members of our campus community.
Attention students: interested in studying in Greece next summer? Our own Professor J.J. Sylvia will be teaching a course on rhetoric in ancient Greece next semester, culminating in a trip to Greece in May. Learn more here: https://www.fitchburgstate.edu/academics/undergraduate-academics/study-abroad/faculty-led-study-abroad-programs/rhetoric-greece-communications-program
We were happy to welcome State Rep. Jonathan Zlotnik to our Intro to Entrepreneurship class this morning, where he discussed the intersection of business and public policy. The representative, who started his first campaign when still a college student, took questions from our future entrepreneurs about putting their own ideas into practice, and the public and private mechanisms available to them.