Peirce Hall

Peirce Hall

Peirce Hall

Peirce Hall (pronounce pur-se) is named for Cyrus Peirce, who was the first President of the Normal School and the person who our university moto comes from “live to the truth” . Peirce Hall is an all-female residence hall. The majority of the rooms are singles which are popular with juniors and seniors. Peirce Hall is conveniently located near the athletic center, shuttle stop, and the CASA.

A private portion of Peirce houses academic administrators' offices and the Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASA).    

  • Quick Facts
    • Capacity: 104
    • Room types: Double and single occupancy rooms
    • Room rates
    • Floor plans (images located on the left side of the map)
  • Amenities
    • Large first floor lounge for socializing and studying
    • Kitchenette
    • Laundry facilities
    • Close proximity to CASA, shuttle stop and classroom buildings
  • AREA DIRECTOR

    David Case

    David Case

    508-215-5742

    dcase@framingham.edu

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What Residents are doing…

building friendships and community

Resident assistants, area directors, resident directors and hall councils host numerous activities and programs each semester. Programs allow residents to meet, socialize and build a community.

If you have ideas for hall programs, please contact your RA, AD, RD, or hall council representative. They welcome your suggestions, support, and assistance.