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On September 15, 2011, on Becker's Worcester campus, the ribbon was cut to signify the official opening of MassDiGI, the first video games institute to be established in Massachusetts. More...
In 1880, Lee Richmond, a left-handed pitcher for the Worcester National League, pitched a perfect game at the Worcester Agricultural Fairgrounds, which is now Weller Academic Center's quad.read more
Becker College is a distinctive small college that has long been recognized for its intimate learning environment and cutting edge educational programs. The College continues to strengthen that legacy, gaining national recognition in emerging programs such as Animal Science, Video Game Design and Nursing.
John Hancock and Samuel Adams signed the College’s founding charter. Notable graduates and students include Eli Whitney (1788), William Morton (1836), and Elliott P. Joslin. In 1887, ECA Becker introduced the typewriter, which was considered an important business innovation of that time, to business education in Worcester.
Today’s leading-edge programs—game design and development, vet tech and pre-veterinary, nursing, and more—have sprung from a tradition of anticipating and responding to marketplace needs and serving a diverse community of students to better prepare them for personal and professional success and leadership in a global society.