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Framingham State University

  • United States of America
Address: Framingham State University 100 State Street PO Box 9101 Framingham, MA 01701-9101
Country: United States of America



Access here all catalogs with Framingham State University academic offerings.

For additional information about the catalogs, please contact:

Mark Powers

University Registrar/Executive Director of Student Records & Registration Services



Testimonials and / or Virtual Tours

To watch “Find Your Way At Framingham State University” please click here

Watch video about our new labs here

To learn about student life in Framingham State University click here

What makes this institution unique

Why choose Framingham State University?

• Founded in 1839 as the first public normal school in the United States.
• 39 bachelor’s degrees with 80 concentrations and 70 minors.
• Selected first by among 9 universities in Massachusetts State University System.
• Awarded Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from INSIGHT Diversity for 3rd year in row.
• One of 44 institutions chosen nationally to participate in “Re-Imagining the First Year (RFY)” – a project aimed at ensuring success for all students, particularly those who have been historically underserved by higher education: low income, first generation, and students of color.
• Annually listed as a“ Green College” by Princeton Review since 2010.

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Additional information, please contact:

Averil Capers

Fact sheet or brochure

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Online Orientation

To learn about online learning opportunities please click here

For more information please contact:

Robin Robinson

Director, Education Technology Office

Your Student Support on the process

To learn more about Framingham State University and the opportunities available for you, feel free to contact:
John Chenier
Assistant Dean of Admissions

Are you interested in a personal student experience?

For more information please contact:

Michael Merriam

Assistant Dean of Admissions/Director of Graduate, Continuing Education, and Transfer Recruitment


Tuition opportunities for students (to qualify for)

Financial aid information available here

Tuition and Fees available here

To learn more about opportunities for state tuition please contact:

Dr. Lorretta Holloway

Vice President, Division of Enrollment and Student Development


Request for information (RFI form)

In order to better serve you during this process, be prepared to provide the following information:
• Name, address, phone, and email
• Programs they are interested in studying
• Semester and year they would like to begin
• First-time college student or transfer student

For additional information, please contact:

John Chenier