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Framingham State University (FSU)

United States
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About Framingham State University (FSU)

As a public university, Framingham State prides itself on its quality academic programs, affordability, and commitment to access for all qualified students.

Student success is central to the mission of the University. Many options are available for student support, including programs to help freshmen transition to the University. The University also has a well-developed honors program for exceptional students.

When students are asked why they chose to attend Framingham State University, they mention its outstanding academic reputation, interesting course offerings, exciting location, sense of community spirit, and, of course, its affordable cost.

The breadth of programs offered by Framingham State University reflects diverse faculty expertise. Its many undergraduate programs range from Art to Biology to Communication Arts, while graduate offerings include the MBA, MEd, and MS. The University also has undergraduate degree evening programs along with online courses.

Campus information

The University is situated on a beautiful, 50 acre, traditional New England campus in Framingham, the largest town in Massachusetts. Whether students choose to participate in an internship, take a part-time job, or attend a concert or visit a museum, our location provides an exciting environment with countless opportunities.

Framingham State University is located just 20 miles west of Boston, offering students all the cultural and career benefits of a world class city.

Accommodation

Admissions informs first-year and transfer students if a student is accepted as a resident or commuter student. If accepted as a resident student information on how to access the online housing application is provided by Admissions. New resident students should monitor their FSU student email for information related to housing assignments. 

FSU primarily assigns new students to housing using an Academic Affinity Strategy. First-year students may request preferences for the Freshman Honors Floor (Corinne Hall Towers and only Honors students are eligible), Quiet Floor (Larned Hall), Gender-Inclusive Housing (most halls), full academic year vacation housing (Linsley Hall) or West Hall (with private bathrooms). It is important to note that these floors/areas have limited space and requests for preferences are not guaranteed. First-year students are not able to request specific halls or roommates.

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Accounting and Finance 3 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 2 Computer Science and IT 1 Health and Medicine 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Mass Communication & Media 1 MBA 2

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