Campus in Worcester
10 Mechanic Street
Worcester, MA 01608
Computer Systems Institute’s newest campus in Worcester is conveniently located at the intersection of Main Street and Mechanic Street. The learning site is within walking distance to many attractions, including Worcester Common and Worcester Public Library.
Like all CSI campuses, the Worcester learning site offers classrooms that comfortably accommodate 20 – 30 students each and are equipped with new computers, high-speed Internet access, LCD projectors, and network printers.
Programs Offered at the Worcester Campus
A number of professional programs are offered at our Worcester campus, including:
Business Career Program
The Business Career Program introduces students to business concepts that will prepare them for a wide variety of careers. CSI’s Worcester campus is home to concentrations in Business Fundamentals and Digital Multimedia.
Skill Building Program
For students looking to improve their professional communication skills and accumulate career experiences, CSI offers the Customer Service Specialist Skill Building Program.
For more information about CSI programs at the Worcester learning site, please contact an Admissions Representative.
Sights around Worcester
Worcester, named after a city in England, has a long history and is now the second largest city in the New England region after Boston. Interesting sights in the city include Quinsigamond State Park (once a major fishing site used by Native Americans), the American Antiquarian Society (a research library containing over two-thirds of all known reading material printed before 1821), the Higgins Armory Museum (the only museum in the Western Hemisphere devoted exclusively to weapons and armor), and the Worcester Art Museum (containing paintings and sculptures from artists around the world).
Worcester is one of America’s most livable cities and has received the All-American City Award five times! The city has the resources of a metropolis, but the intimacy of a mid-sized community and has attracted many colleges and universities over the years.