Framingham State University has a vibrant and active residential student population. Involvement in the university and residence hall community can greatly enhance the student's college experience and we provide many opportunities for students to become engaged in their community.
Our staff also strives to facilitate a community environment which values diversity and fosters student learning and personal development. We ask that our students share the responsibility for creating positive living and learning environments and, therefore, be open to living cooperatively and working actively to cultivate a climate conducive to academic pursuit and respect for all.
The Office of Residence Life has overall responsibility for most facets of residence hall and housing programs and services. The office maintains all housing records including room assignments and "Residence Hall License Agreements" as well as manages the room selection and resident assistant staff selection processes.
Each residence hall is staffed by well-trained professionals and paraprofessionals who are available to help you make the most of your on-campus living experience.
Residence Life is located on the lower level of Corinne Hall Towers. The office may by accessed through the lower level entry adjacent to State Street. Residence life is open from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and is closed on weekends and holidays.
The mission of the Office of Residence Life is to create and maintain a caring and disciplined residence hall community that supports learning and student success. Accordingly, the office values and promotes safety, diversity, responsible citizenship, intellectual inquiry, and academic pursuit. The office is also committed to fostering a climate that is responsive to the developmental needs of resident students and where the traditions and heritage of Framingham State University are recognized and honored.