Student Resources

Dear Students,

Below contains important information for students who need help, either financially, academically, or medically. It's important for students to contact the Dean, or a staff person, to discuss your situation so corrective action can be taken as soon as possible. Don't hesitate to stop in or call to make an appointment.

Crisis Assistance:

University students sometimes face personal crises that threaten the continuation of studies. Such emergencies can be personal, medical, or financial in nature. The student should always make contact with the appropriate support service on campus (for example, psychological counseling, health services, financial aid). However, as soon as possible students should also inform the Dean of Students of the crisis, especially if academic success is jeopardized by circumstances. This connection forms the basis for special consideration if warranted. Dean's Office personnel can also advise students in coping with a crisis and can refer them to the appropriate support services if needed. The important thing for students to remember is to come forward -- we cannot help if we do not know that you need assistance.

Important Numbers:

  • Health Services 508-626-(x4900)
  • Counseling Center 508-626-(x4640)
  • Campus Ministry 508-626-(x4609)
  • Financial Aid 508-626-(x4537)
  • Dean's Office 508-626-(x4596)

Housing and Food Assistance:

Local Housing and Food Assistance Resources

At Framingham State University, we recognize that student success and well-being are impacted by challenges and stressors that often occur outside of the classroom. To support students who are facing temporary or chronic homelessness and/or difficulty affording food, we have established a Single Point of Contact (SPOC) staff person to assist students with navigating campus and local resources. If you or someone you know needs help, please contact Michelle Yestrepsky at 508-626-4596,

myestrepsky@framingham.edu, or stop by the Dean of Students Office. The Dean of Students Office is located on the 5th floor of the McCarthy Center in suite 504.

 

Task Force for Supporting Students with Food and Housing Needs

About: The Task Force is a collaborative, cross-campus effort focused on assisting students who are facing temporary or chronic homelessness and/or difficulty affording food. We strive to better understand the housing and food needs of our students, provide students with access to resources both on and off campus, and engage the FSU community in campus-wide initiatives to support students with housing and food needs.

Email: Myestrepsky@framingham.edu

Phone: 508.626.4596

 


 

Academic Honesty

Integrity is essential to academic life.  consequently, students who enroll at Framingham State University agree to maintain high standards of academic honesty and scholarly practice.  They shall be responsible for familiarizing themselves with the published policies and procedures regarding academic honesty.  In addition to the required statement, faculty members shall at their discretion, include in the course syllabus additional statements relating the definition of academic honesty to their course.  

The Academic Honesty Policy can be found here in its entirety.

 


 

University Withdrawal Policy

 


 

Leave of Absence Policy for Undergraduate Students

 

Dean of Students Office Location and Hours
McCarthy Center
Fifth Floor, Suite 504
Hours - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
508-626-4596