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Admission to Fitchburg State is just the beginning.

Experience endless opportunity in cutting-edge classrooms and facilities, diverse campus activities, practical internships and unique study abroad programs.

At Fitchburg State, accessible professors and one-on-one advising provide you with the support you need to get the most out of our career-focused programs and realize your goals for the future.

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A World of Opportunity

$40 Million

in financial aid awarded to our students every year


undergraduate programs to choose from


unique opportunities outside the classroom


guidance at every step to ensure success


student to faculty ratio average class size: 21


of students qualify for and receive financial aid


study abroad and acquire a global perspective


student-run clubs and organizations


energetic volunteer community


DIII athletic programs.
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Imagine Your Future

Join more than 43,000 successful Fitchburg State University alumni at over 6,000 companies across New England and around the world.

“I was able to get a top-notch education at Fitchburg State which helped me compete in the workforce. The professors in my major pushed me to excel in class and also inspired me with their enthusiasm in lab.”

Jade (St. Cyere) Mondesir ‘11
Research Assistant II
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
“Fitchburg State was one of the few colleges in the state that offered a construction program. The small classes and professors made it a very comfortable learning environment. The program was a great foundation for the work in the industry and developed my initial interest into a passion.”

Bryan Clark ‘10
Assistant Estimator
JM Coull, Inc.
“I started pursuing Business Administration but it wasn’t the right fit for me. The transition to a different major was easy and I discovered that it allowed me to explore my love for languages. I was even able to study abroad in Verona while still supporting my family.”

Joana Dos Santos ‘09
Executive Director
United Neighbors of Fitchburg