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School Counselors

Information for Counselors

As a school counselor, guidance counselor, independent counselor, or educator you are part of an educational leadership team and a major influencer in the lives of your students. You support and counsel your students about college options, financial aid, the application process, and the proper sequence of courses to take to prepare for post-secondary study. Through the work that you do every day, you help your students maximize their potential and prepare them to succeed in college and beyond.

We’ve gathered some information below that we hope will be helpful as you counsel your students throughout the admission process.

Visiting Becker

We offer a number of in person and virtual visit opportunities for prospective students, their families, and counselors throughout the year. For more information about visiting our Worcester and Leicester campuses, check out our planning a visit page. Your student(s) could also qualify for a $1,000.00 visit grant by attending any one of our events (in addition to other merit should your student should apply and be accepted)!

Applying to Becker

Applying to Becker is easy- and free!

We are Test Optional for all academic programs! Application materials (transcripts, etc) can be sent via Parchment, Scoir, Slate.org. We will also accept documents by mail (Office of Admissions, 61 Sever Street, Worcester, MA 01609) or by email to admissions@becker.edu.

Please note: We do not receive or accept IEP or disability documentation materials at Becker until after a student is officially accepted, per ADA guidelines. At that point our disability services office will receive and review materials, as well as set up appointments to work with incoming students and families seeking student support services through the department.

Resources for Counselors

Contact Us!

At Becker, we want to ensure that you have access to information on our college that can assist you in your work. We would love to personally meet with you, whether that be in person or virtually, and tell you more about Becker College.

Contact us at 508.373.9400 or admissions@becker.edu to schedule a visit to our campuses or to arrange for us to visit your school.


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Becker Esports Club to broadcast College League of Legends match

Published on: February 25, 2021

The Becker College Esports Club will broadcast this Saturday’s (Feb. 27) College League of Legends (CLoL) match between Becker and McMaster University. Organized by students in the Club’s Casting Coalition, fans can tune in at 3:00 pm to catch all the action on Twitch at www.twitch.tv/becker_college_esports. CLoL, the premier intercollegiate tournament for the game, is […]

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Becker College Hosts Global Game Jam Online Site

Published on: January 27, 2021

Becker College has announced that it is hosting a Global Game Jam (GGJ) Online site. As in past years, students from Becker’s International Game Developers Association (IGDA) Chapter are leading the local effort, which will run from January 27-31. The GGJ is the world’s largest game creation event;  Becker is one of hundreds of virtual […]

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Four Student-athletes Named to CCCF Academic All-Conference Team

Published on: January 25, 2021

Four student-athletes from the Becker Hawks football program have been named to the Commonwealth Coast Conference Football (CCCF) Academic All-Conference Team, as announced by the league on Jan. 25. Juniors Francisco Armenta (Walnut Creek, Calif.), Keegan Brick (Green Bay, Wis.), Kyle Reeder (Nashua, N.H.) and sophomore Justin Veith (Bronx, N.Y.) all represented the Hawks on […]