Westfield State University

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Located 90 miles west of Boston in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains, Westeld State University is a mid-sized, public liberal arts university with 5000 undergraduate students. Founded by Horace Mann, the father of American public education, Westfield State University fosters intellectual curiosity, encourages critical thinking, inspires civic engagement, and promotes a global perspective. A public teaching institution offering quality programs in the liberal arts and sciences with complementing professional studies curricula, we are grounded in our founding principles of academic excellence and educating all in a diverse and welcoming community. Westfield State develops the knowledge, skills, and character essential for students to reach their full potential and become responsible leaders in society.

Location: Westfield, Massachusetts

Student Population: 4,900 full-time undergraduate students

Student/Staff Ratio: 17:1

Enrollment Dates: September & January

Accreditation: Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges

Most Popular Programs: Business Management, Aviation Management, Criminal Justice, Education, Movement Science, Psychology and Communications

Campus Life: Most residential state college in Massachusetts. Over 60 clubs and organizations to join.

Residential Options: On-campus residency or Commuter

Typical Annual Total Tuition & Fees: $14,866 (tuition, fees, & health insurance)
$26,079 (tuition, fees, room, board, & health insurance)

Website: http://www.westfield.ma.edu/