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Winston-Salem State University
601 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
336-750-2000
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206 Thompson Student Services Center
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
336-750-2070
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School of Graduate Studies and Research
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Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
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Winston-Salem State University

Winston-Salem State University

Winston-Salem State University is a premier, master's level, public institution committed to developing the skills and values students need to contribute and succeed in the changing economy of the twenty-first century. Its world-class degree programs offered through its four centers of academic excellence in teaching and learning, health services, financial services, and science and technology, have the flexibility to accommodate diverse life situations of both traditional and non-traditional students ranging from recent high-school graduates to working adults.

Winston-Salem State University is a comprehensive institution offering degree programs at the baccalaureate and master's levels. Its instructional programs are in five academic college/schools and life-long learning. The university offers master's programs in physical therapy, elementary education, occupational therapy, nursing, business administration, computer science, rehabilitation counseling, teaching, and English as a Second Language and Linguistics. A graduate center provides master's level study in a cooperative interinstitutional arrangement. WSSU shows its commitment to equality of opportunity and racial integration through its active recruitment and enrollment of students from differing racial backgrounds.

WSSU's first-class academic preparation, coupled with the opportunity for practical application, character development, and community involvement make it one of the fastest growing institutions in the University of North Carolina. With access to an honors program, a study abroad program, co-op and internship opportunities, and a wide range of extra-curricular activities, students at WSSU are exposed to a world of unlimited possibilities.

WSSU's curriculum prepares all students to use the latest technologies as powerful tools for continuous learning, career advancement, and personal enrichment. Beyond technical skills, the WSSU educational experience inspires individual commitment to community service through classroom and field experiences that develop civic leadership and prepare students to make lifetime contributions to society.

WSSU is located in Winston-Salem (population: more than 215,000), a medical and financial services city, recognized nationally as a cultural center.

Whether you see yourself in the field of financial services, teaching and learning, health services, or science and technology, you'll have access to training for those careers, and much more, through WSSU's college and professional schools, and through its evening, weekend, and distance learning programs. You will gain the knowledge you need to compete, achieve, and lead. See why U.S. News & World Report rated WSSU among the Top Southern Public Comprehensive Colleges—Bachelor's category—for six consecutive years.