Living On-Campus

WELCOME TO #WOOLIFE

Welcome to Worcester State University!

Welcome to Worcester State University! The Admissions Office informed us that you were interested in becoming a resident student for FALL 2015! We are excited to have you join our community! This page has many great links to information that will help you make your transition to WSU successful. Please be sure to stay connected to us on social media at the bottom of the page. #woolife!

Sign Your License Agreement and Questionnaire

Please be sure to be signed in to your WSU account to complete this form.

Parent Orientation & Student Registration Day

Please select your preferred date for Parent Orientation & Student Registration Day. Parents are welcome to attend any of the listed dates, whether or not their student will be attending Student Registration Day on the same date.


If you are a student who will not be attending Student Registration Day on the date of your parent/guardian's orientation, please contact the Academic Success Center at 508-929-8139 to schedule an alternative registration date.


Click here for more information about Registration Dates

Accepted Students Checklist

Things to Do Before You Arrive

Living Learning Communities @ Worcester State

Consider applying to be a part of one of Worcester State University’s living-learning communities, which connect students with a shared interest in academics, culture, leadership, and service in organized living arrangements. Undergraduate students who live together in a living-learning community participate in academic and extracurricular programming. LLCs are supported by academic departments and offices across campus, and are housed in multiple areas of our residential community.

Beyond just living together, students enrolled in LLCs are offered co-curricular programming in the residence hall and shared common coursework or first-year seminars. The residence hall programming helps with students’ development and transition to WSU while also supporting each LLC’s mission and purpose.

2015-2016 Living Learning Communities

  • A.I.D.: A community for students who have been accepted as a member of the Alternatives for Individual Development Academy through the Multicultural Affairs Office.
  • CLEWS: A community for students who are interested in community service and leadership.
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders: A community for students who are majoring in communication sciences and disorders.
  • Eco-House: A community for students who are interested in sustainability and green living.
  • Honors: A community for students who have been accepted as a member of WSU’s Honors Program.
  • Nursing: A community for students who are majoring in nursing.
  • Occupational Therapy: A community for students who are majoring in occupational therapy.
  • Visual and Performing Arts: A community for students interested in art, music, and theater.
APPLY TODAY!

Applications for 2015-2016 living-learning community placements are available. The deadline for priority consideration is May 1, 2015. All applications must be received by June 15, 2015.

On Campus Resident Meal Plans

19-meal plan: Any 19 meals per week at the all you can eat Sheehan POD plus $50 dining dollars per semester which can be used at any dining service location. Plus 3 guest meals per semester.

Cost: $1,820/semester


14-meal plan: Any 14 meals per week at the all you can eat Sheehan POD plus $125 dining dollars per semester which can be used at any dining service location. Plus 3 guest meals per semester.

Cost: $1,820/semester


10-meal plan: Any 10 meals per week at the all you can eat Sheehan Pod plus $175 dining dollars per semester which can be used at any dining service location. Plus 3 guest meals per semester.

Cost: $1,820/semester


7-meal plan: Any 7 meals per week at the all you can eat

Sheehan POD plus $450 dining dollars per semester which can be used at any dining service location. Plus 3 guest meals per semester.

Cost: $1,820/semester

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Dowden Hall

Dowden Hall is a traditional-style residence hall housing 400 first-year students. Each wing has a corridor with bedrooms on both sides and a common single-gender bathroom for each wing. Bedrooms are co-ed by room, and residents share gender-specific bathrooms. While the majority of bedrooms are designed for two people, there also are a very limited number of single and triple occupancy bedrooms available. A laundry room is located on the 1st floor, along with 2 lounge areas. It also is home to our resident student fitness center and C-Store, where students can purchase coffee, salads, sandwiches, and snacks.
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Sheehan Hall

Sheehan Hall is our newest residence hall, opening in fall 2014. It houses 400 first-year and upper-class students, and features the main campus dining hall with 2-story windows overlooking the John F. Coughlin Field. Each suite consists of 2 double or 4 single rooms sharing a private bathroom. In addition to housing students, this residence hall features Health Services, the Office of Residence Life and Housing, a multifunctional room, a game room, student lounges, and a communal kitchen. A small fitness center, laundry room, and mailboxes for Sheehan Hall residents are located on the 2nd floor.
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Orientation Session I

Thursday, June 18th, 8am to Friday, June 19th, 5pm

486 Chandler Street

Worcester, MA

Orientation Session II

Monday, June 22nd, 8am to Tuesday, June 23rd, 5pm

486 Chandler Street

Worcester, MA

Orientation Session III

Wednesday, June 24th, 8am to Thursday, June 25th, 5pm

486 Chandler Street

Worcester, MA

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First Year Student Move-In

Monday, Aug. 31st, 10am

Worcester State University, Chandler Street, Worcester, MA, United States

More information about move-in will be made available as we get closer to opening!