Location: Framingham, Massachusetts (20 miles west of Boston)

Founded: 1839

Status: Public, four-year coeducational (undergraduate and graduate)

Campus: 54 acres, traditional New England campus

President: Dr. F. Javier Cevallos

Degrees: BA, BS, BSEd, MA, MS, MEd, MBA, MSN

Programs: 34 undergraduate majors; 23 graduate programs; 46 minors

Accreditation: New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc., Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, American Dietetic Association Commission on Accreditation/Approval for Dietetics Education, American Chemical Society, National Association of Schools of Art and Design.

Individuals seeking additional information on accreditation or licensing should contact the Office of Academic Affairs at 508 626-4582.

Team Name and Colors: Rams, Black and Gold

Enrollment (Fall 2014):
Undergraduate: 4,609
Graduate: 1,890
Total: 6,499

Entering Student Profile (Undergraduate 2014)
Enrolling: 1,222 (808 freshmen, 414 transfers)
Students of Color: 24%
Massachusetts Residents: 96%

Degrees Awarded, AY2015
Bachelor's: 908
Master's: 414

Student to Faculty Ratio, Fall 2014

Day Division Faculty, Fall 2014
Full-time faculty: 186
Part-time faculty: 173
89% of the full-time faculty hold a doctorate or terminal degree in their field

Residence Halls: Seven undergraduate residence halls housing 1,900 students

Financial Aid (2012-2013)
Grants/Scholarships: $10,315,354
Loans: $25,446,430
Work Study: $174,529
Total: $35,936,313

Off-Campus Study:
Academic Internships
NEHBE Quebec Exchange
Study Abroad Massachusetts
Bay Marine Studies Consortium

Academic Centers:
Center for Global Education
Center for Social Research
Christa McAuliffe/Challenger Learning Center
MetroWest Economic Research Center (MERC)
MetroWest STEM Education Network
John Stalker Institute for Food and Nutrition
Great Boston Readiness Center (Lead Partner)