Worcester is a superb learning environment from which to launch your healthcare career. Our campus features the best of everything:
- Modern, fully equipped classrooms
- New patient assessment, clinical simulation, and pharmacy practice laboratories
- Auditoriums with sophisticated two-way videoconferencing
- A modern library with electronic access to all of MCPHS University's health sciences resources
Henrietta DeBenedictis Building
The Worcester campus opened in 2000 in a state-of-the-art facility located at 19 Foster Street, named after alumna and benefactor Henrietta DeBenedictis, that includes two auditoria equipped for two-way videoconferencing, classrooms, laboratories, library, computer lab, student lounge, and study space, the Brant Student Services area, and faculty and staff offices.
Thomas Henry Borysek Living and Learning Center
The Thomas Henry Borysek Living and Learning Center, located at 25 Foster Street, contains administrative and faculty offices, conference room, classrooms, technology center, patient assessment and clinical simulation laboratories and six floors of suite-style student housing (all with private bedrooms). The basement provides comfortable group study/social (lounge) space for students. A portion of the ninth floor also houses a spacious room, the Fuller Conference Room, designed for conferences, board meetings, receptions and other University gatherings.
Lincoln Square Academic and Student Center
In mid-June 2010, MCPHS University acquired the property at 10 Lincoln Square (formerly the Crowne Plaza Hotel). This newly rennovated 250,000-square-foot building offers fantastic amenities and an independent style of city living. Lincoln Square has furnished rooms with private baths, parking, a fitness center, dining hall, outdoor patio, and green space. It is also home to two state-of-the-art clinics open to the public: the Eye and Vision Center
and the Forsyth Dental Hygiene Clinic
Maher Academic Building
Opened in 2009, the Maher Academic Center Building at 40 Foster Street houses 30,000 square feet of academic and student space. Two 250-seat auditoria and three "smart" classrooms feature the latest instructional technology and interactive video-conference capability. The street-level multipurpose laboratory includes a model pharmacy that simulates community and institutional practice environments. A student lounge, student meeting rooms, quiet study areas, and faculty offices complete the fully renovated facility.
MCPHS Online, 28 Mechanic Street
MCPHS Online, formed in January, 2011, provides a formal structure for online programs offered at MCPHS University. physical facility houses the MCPHS Online staff members charged with the development and oversight of MCPHS Online programs.