According to Wikipedia,
Worcester State University is a public university in Worcester, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1874 and enrolls nearly 5,500 undergraduates and over 900 graduate students. History Founded in 1874 as the Massachusetts State Normal School at Worcester, WSU was the fifth of nine teacher training colleges in the state. Spurred by the success of a city-run normal school founded two years earlier, its school committee successfully petitioned the Massachusetts General Court for a state-sponsored institution in Worcester. The original campus was located in a Second Empire-style stone building on St. Ann's Hill, near the city's downtown. By 1900, the campus included a president's house, the "Stoddard Terrace" residence hall, and a turreted gymnasium annex. This site would serve WSU for nearly sixty years until the current Chandler Street campus opened in 1932.
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If you graduate from Worcester State University, then you can expect to earn an average of $52,400 per year. You also have a 90% chance of being employed after 10 years.
Demographic data is for full-time, on-campus students.
Worcester State University is located at 486 Chandler St, Worcester MA 01602-2597
Worcester has a violent crime rate of less than .01% and a property crime rate of less than .01%.
Worcester State University is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:
Worcester State University's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Nursing. Here are some of Worcester State University's most famous alumni: