On May 14, Becker College hosted its 228th commencement ceremony and bid farewell to 547 Hawks. If you've recently joined Becker's Class of 2020, close your eyes and picture your life four years from right now. It could look something like this.
If you've been meaning to visit Becker College, now's the time. Not only is our campus beautifully colorful this time of year (it's New England foliage season!), but our upcoming Open House will tell you a lot about life as a Hawk. Even if you've taken a tour or two, there are a few reasons our Open Houses can be especially beneficial.
You already know that Becker College is the place for you, but like most incoming students, you probably have a few questions about what life will actually be like as a Hawk. Our New Student Orientation program is designed to address all of your questions—and give you a glimpse of the fun you'll be having when you arrive in August.
National Nurses Week is a big deal at Becker College. Since 1982, we've been educating countless nursing students and watching our graduates go on to deliver high quality care to those in need around the world. In honor of this week, we'd like to thank all those students, and all the nurse educators and nurses out there who make others' lives healthier and happier.
All of us at Becker College would like to say GOOD LUCK to the runners in the 119th Boston Marathon. Here are a few facts about the 26.2-mile race, as well as information about how you can get in on the action from home (or your dorm room).
Whether your heart is set on Becker or you're still on the fence about your college choice, our Accepted Students Day is designed to give our applicants one last look at what it's like to be a Hawk. Here are a few things to look forward to and tips for making the absolute most of your visit on April 24.
Through Becker College's new Presidential Speaker Series, students get to hear firsthand from thought leaders known for their expertise and insights on the world our graduates enter. Last year, Thomas L. Friedman—New York Times columnist, author of six best-selling books, and recipient of three Pulitzer prizes—kicked off the series when he spoke to more than 1,100 guests at Worcester’s Mechanics Hall.
Missed the event coverage? Here's an excerpt from Becker Bridges magazine.