Undergraduate Admissions Team

Meet the Team

We get it. Finding the right college can be overwhelming. Our team will help guide you through the process so you can make the most of your experience.

Your counselor is assigned by the geographic location of your school, and in some cases, the type of applicant you are. Some counselors share territories within a state. If a specific area is not noted, or you’re not sure who your counselor is, please contact our office.

If you have a general or immediate inquiry, email us at admissions@framingham.edu or call our main office at 508-626-4500.

Bill Abbate

Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions

BS, Boston University

Email: wabbate@framingham.edu


  • Massachusetts
    • Essex County
    • Eastern Middlesex County – including Tyngsboro, Lowell, Chelmsford, Billerica, Burlington, Malden, Medford, Somerville, Woburn and Winchester
    • Northern Suffolk County – including Revere and Winthrop
  • International Students

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Nicole Bergin

Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions

BA, Bridgewater State University; MHR, Framingham State University

Email: nbergin@framingham.edu


  • Transfer Students

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Liv Beverlie

Admissions Counselor

BA, Framingham State University

Email: obeverlie@framingham.edu


  • Massachusetts
    • Norfolk County – including Braintree, Cohasset, Holbrook, Quincy, Randolph, Weymouth, and Foxborough
    • Bristol, Plymouth, and Barnstable Counties
    • Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket

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Patricia Bianco

Admissions Clerk IV

BA, Framingham State University

Email: admissions@framingham.edu

Patricia joined our team in 2023. She manages our Admissions Welcome Center, and is the first voice you hear when you call or email our office. If you’re not sure who your counselor is, please contact Patricia for assistance.

During her time as a student, Patricia participated in FSU's Gaming Club, Anime Club and Symphonic Band. Her favorite event on campus was Sandbox - an event celebrating the last day of classes. 

Shayna Eddy

Associate Dean of Admissions, Director of Undergraduate Admissions

BA, MPA, Framingham State University

Kirsten Hoey

Assistant Director of Admissions, Campus Visit Experience Manager

BA, Framingham State University; M.Ed. Merrimack College

Email: khoey1@framingham.edu

Kirsten joined our team in 2023. She coordinates our campus visit programs for prospective students and families, and strives to make each visit a memorable experience for all visitors. 

As an FSU alum, Kirsten enjoyed participating in Student Government because it provided an opportunity to ensure students had their voice heard regarding important issues that affect them. 

Nicole Lussier

Admissions Counselor

BA, Smith College

Email: nlussier1@framingham.edu


  • Massachusetts
    • Berkshire, Hampshire, Hamden, and Franklin Counties
    • Worcester County – excluding Worcester
    • Northwestern Middlesex County – including Townsend, Groton, and Littleton

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Erica Pritchard

Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions

BA, Emmanuel College; MPA, Framingham State University

Email: epritchard@framingham.edu


  • Massachusetts
    • Southern Middlesex County – excluding Framingham
    • Norfolk County – excluding Braintree, Cohasset, Holbrook, Quincy, Randolph, Weymouth, and Foxborough
  • Home-schooled Students
  • Out-of-State Domestic Students

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Jenna Saade

Admissions Counselor

BA, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Email: jsaade1@framingham.edu



  • Boston, Cambridge, Worcester, and Framingham

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  • Contact Us

    Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    Framingham State University
    100 State Street
    PO Box 9101
    Framingham, MA 01701-9101

    Telephone: 508-626-4500
    Email: admissions@framingham.edu
    Fax: 508-626-4017

    Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST, Monday – Friday (closed on all campus holidays)

  • Sending Transcripts

    Official transcripts can be sent electronically through the vendor your school uses; or they can be mailed directly from your school to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.