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Westfield State University

Westfield, MA
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Westfield State University

Westfield, MA 01086

United States

Phone: 413-572-5218

Fax: 413-572-0520


Student Housing

All Undergraduates Living on Campus:
Assistance Finding Off-Campus Housing:

Housing Options

Coed dorms Special housing for disabled student Apartments for single students Wellness Housing Theme Housing

Other Housing Options:

Quiet housing

Student Activities


Student Activities

Academic Groups Chamber Orchestra Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Groups International Student Groups Literary Magazine Minority Student Groups Political Discussion Groups Radio Station Religious Groups Singing Groups Social Services Group Speakers Forum Theater Program
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Athletic Division :Division III Men's Sports Team Name :Owls Women's Sports Team Name :Owls Team Mascot :Nestor the Owl
# of sports for women, varsity
# of sports for men, varsity

Women's Athletics List, Varsity

Basketball Cheerleading CrossCountry Diving FieldHockey Golf Lacrosse Soccer Softball Swimming TrackFieldOutdoor TrackFieldIndoor Volleyball

Men's Athletics list, Varsity

Baseball Basketball CrossCountry Football Golf IceHockey Soccer TrackFieldOutdoor TrackFieldIndoor

Student Services

Other Services
LGBT Support Groups
Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) The primary purpose of the Westfield State University Queer Straight Alliance is to educate the club and the campus community about gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues. The club will take an active role in providing its members and the campus with educational information and activities pertaining to sexual orientation, transgender and all gender variant identities and diversity.
Minority Support Groups
a. Asian Appreciation Club The purpose of the AAC is to enrich the diversity of the Westfield State student population with an exposure to the Asian culture through various activities such as cuisine, trips, and various projects. b. International and Intercultural Club This student club will support studetns of other nations or cultures, and students who are interested in interacting with students of other nations or cultures. The club will provide these students with an opportunity to meet, to share experiences, to act as peer mentors, and to develop and facilitate programming. c. Latino Association (LAFE) LAFE is an educational, political and social organization of students at Westfield State that supports awareness of multicultural issues on campus. d. Multicultural Student Association The Multicultural Student Association exists to provide the community with opportunities to learn about and appreciate Third World cultures and issues. e. Students Advocating for Gender Equality The purpose of SAGE is to promote the discussion and support of student opportunities to encourage change for more equitable society. SAGE is committed to raising awareness about gender through activism to achieve equality. f. Hip Hop Congress The Hip Hop Congress provides the Hip Hop Generation and the Post Hip Hop Generation with the tools, resources and opportunities to make social, economic and political change on a local, regional and national level. Hip Hop Congress is the product of a merger of artists, activists and students, music and community. It is significant because it provides one of few paths for highly creative and often disenfranchised people where they can channel their energy into a strong and organized force aimed at improving their community. g. Jewish Student Organization The purpose of this organization is to experience the Jewish culture as a group and to spread awareness of important Jewish issues and traditions to the Westfield State University community. h. Muslim Student Organization Fulfillment of religious needs of Westfield State University Muslim students, faculty and staff is the primary mission of MSO. Its mission also includes presenting Islam and representing local Muslims in the society at large. It strives to build constructive relationships with both Muslims and non-Muslims in general, and with other faith communities in particular. i. Wounded Warriors This club was created to help honor veterans who have served the United States of America. This club will help honor veterans by raising money through physical competitions and community service. This club will work to help educate students about what they can do to help veterans and as well as those veterans in the community itself.

Technology On Campus / Facilities

Campus-wide Internet Network: Yes Email and Web Access Available: Yes % of Classrooms with Wireless Internet: 100% Number of Computer Labs / Classrooms: 13 Network Access in Dorm Rooms: Yes Network Access in Dorm Lounges: Yes Fee for Network Use: No Online Class Registration Available: Yes Personal computer included in tuition for each student: No Require Undergraduates to Own Computers: No Discounts Available with Hardware Vendors: Yes Description: 1. Apple 2. Dell Special Facilities: Art gallery, language lab, electron microscope, television studio, GIS laboratory
Army ROTC Offered:At Cooperating Institutions: Western New England University
Air Force ROTC Offered:On-Campus
At Cooperating Institutions: University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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