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Horace Mann Hall is a co-ed residence hall housing 120 students in single and multiple occupancy rooms. Most students in Horace Mann reside in single occupancy rooms which are typically, but not exclusively, assigned to juniors and seniors. A number of underclassmen also reside in the hall. The hall is named for the famous educator and legislator who was the founder of the Commonwealth's first teacher training institution which later became Framingham State University.
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