During the semester we offer tours Monday-Friday at 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Register for one today!
Tour guides and Juan from Admissions in front of Weston

Undergraduate Visit

There are many ways for you to visit us throughout the year. Not sure where to start? You can always connect with Admissions and ask. 

Register for a group visit today

All Visit Options

Visiting campus lets us show you what makes us special. We even offer department tours in Biology, Comm/Media, Criminal Justice, Education, EXSS, and Nursing. Click on the calendar for specific dates.

Saturday Information Sessions

Information sessions begin with check-in at 9:30 a.m., followed by an information session presented by one of our admissions counselors and it concludes with a campus tour. 

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.

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. 


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

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

Apply to an undergraduate program using the Fitchburg State Application

Apply to an undergraduate program using the Common Application

Note: You can apply to an undergraduate program for free using the Fitchburg State Application. There will be a $35 application fee if applying with the Common Application. Transfer students may only apply using the Fitchburg State Application.

I felt like home as soon as I stepped foot on campus. If you haven’t visited campus yet, you should and feel that for yourself. Fitchburg State just spoke to my heart.

Lordorina Hercules '24
Psychological Science

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