Undergraduate Admissions

  • Worcester State University has partnered with multiple Massachusetts community colleges to bring confidence, ease, and financial assurance to the completion of an associate's degree and bachelor's degree.
     The Benefits

    The versatility of Massachusetts’ public higher education institutions gives students a range of affordable options. Earn 2 degrees in 4 years in your chosen field for $30,000, making it one of the most affordable options in the entire Northeast.

    In order to qualify you must be:

    • full-time
    • non-residential
    • in-state
    • college ready

    Your cost may be further reduced if you are eligible for financial aid.

    The Workforce

    These institutions aim to develop students’ career potential while meeting the workforce needs of Massachusetts. The programs offered support economic growth and vitality throughout our region.

    The Program

    You can now lock in the cost of your associate's and bachelor’s degrees at $30,000—and get the education and training you need for a high-demand career.  Start your educational path at Mount Wachusett Community College, Quinsigamond Community College, Springfield Technical Community College, or Greenfield Community College, earn an associate's degree, and transfer to Worcester State University.

  • Programs offered as a combined Associate/Bachelor's Degree:

    Quinsigamond Community College
    Business Administration, Computer Science, Early Childhood Education, and Elementary Education

    Mount Wachusett Community College
    Biotechnology, Business Administration, and Early Childhood Education 

    Springfield Technical Community College
    Business Administration and Visual and Performing Arts 

    Greenfield Community College
    Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry,  Economics, English, Health Science, Math, Public Health, Sociology, and Visual and Performing Arts

  •   Students commit to:

    30 credits per year Graduating in 4 years
    30 credits
    per year
    graduating in
    4 years

    Schools commit to:

    Locking in at a low rate of $30,000 2 degrees in 4 years
    locking in at

    a low rate of

    2 degrees in
    4 years
    Offering high interest programs that are high demand in the workforce Aligning educational options with regional needs
    offering high
    interest programs
    that are high
    demand in the
    options with
    regional needs 


    Admissions Transfer Center
    Shaughnessy Administration Building
    Suite 101-E