Flu & COVID Vaccine Clinic!

Flu and COVID vaccine clinics are now open throughout campus!  

Thursdays throughout the semester starting on September 28th, the PHPC will be traveling around campus, look for the Wellness on Wheels van.

  • 9/28 Worcester Dining Commons – 2pm-6pm
  • 10/5 Commonwealth Honors College Events Hall –  12pm-4pm
  • 10/12 Berkshire Dining Commons – 11am-3pm
  • 10/19 Recreation Center – 2pm-6pm
  • 10/26 Hampshire Dining Commons – 2pm-6pm
  • 11/2 North D Lobby – 2pm-6pm
  • 11/9 Webster Hall Lobby – 2pm-6pm
  • 11/16 Recreation Center – 2-6pm
  • 11/30 Commonwealth Honors College Events Hall – 11am-3pm

Fridays throughout the semester starting on September 29th, clinics will be held at PHPC in the lower level of the Campus Center from 10am-2pm.

HR’s Website Updates

April 2023 _ HR website redesign and new links:

Our employee benefit program provides significant services and support to you and your family. These benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance; life and long-term disability insurance; generous paid time off; tuition remission; and robust retirement options. Please use the links in the right-hand column to access information about the many benefits that apply to your position at the University.

NOTE: University benefits may differ based on collective bargaining agreements (union). This webpage can help you determine your bargaining unit.


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VICTORY on Question 1: Fair Share Amendment Passes!

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Sign the Petition to Demand Better Wage Parameters Today!

MTA welcomes passage of Question 1

and Governor-elect Maura Healey

The MTA congratulates Attorney General Maura Healey on her overwhelming victory to become the next governor of Massachusetts and Kim Driscoll on becoming the state’s new lieutenant governor. Throughout the campaign, the Healey-Driscoll team listened to educators and echoed our concerns about the effects that inadequate funding, punitive standardized testing and structural racism are having on public education, from prekindergarten through college.

Governor Healey shares our vision that the public good should be strengthened — and has committed her administration to ensuring that the money raised through the Fair Share Amendment truly will be used for improving the lives of students and working families.

Following years of austerity budgeting for education and a gubernatorial administration with a diminished vision for what our public schools and colleges can be, the passage of Question 1 provides us with reason for profound hope.

Voters embraced Question 1 for what it was: an important step toward creating tax fairness in our state. The resulting investments to be made in public education and transportation will benefit all of us.

Indeed, today is a big victory for our state, for our students, and for our communities. We join everyone who worked so hard in celebrating the outcome and the generational change it will bring in the years ahead.