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Residence halls at Framingham State university

Interested in on-campus living? Framingham State University is offering full-time MassBay Community College students the next best thing: the unique opportunity to live on the Framingham State University campus, while attending classes at MassBay. Framingham State University is situated on a beautiful, 78-acre, traditional New England college campus located just 9 miles from our Wellesley campus, 2 miles from our Framingham Campus, and 4.5 miles from our Ashland Campus.

Advantages of On-Campus Living

Students who choose to live on a college campus tend to find it easier to engage in community activities and events, a factor that can contribute to student success.

Amenities include:
  • State-of-the-art dining facility and campus center
  • Quiet study areas
  • Lounges with picturesque views of campus
  • Recreation and Fitness Center access
  • Access to FSU Health Services
  • Library
  • Laundry facilities
  • 24/7 security desk
  • Cable TV and WIFI
2021-2022 Academic Year Room and Board Anticipated Costs


  • Standard double-occupancy room rate (excludes vacation periods): $8,640
  • Standard double-occupancy room rate (includes Thanksgiving, winter and spring break housing): $9,140

Meal Plan: All student residents on the Framingham State University campus are required to have a meal plan. There are several options that range in price. More information on current plans can be found at:

Dining Plans →

The most popular plan among students is the 19-meal plan, $4,020 for the academic year.

$85 Health Services
$267 Fitness Center
$100 Library

Parking: $500

All interested students should contact:

Office of Residence Life at Framingham State University


Click here to submit an Interest Form and to see Frequently Asked Questions.

Eligible students need to be enrolled at MassBay as a full-time student for the Fall and Spring Semesters.
The Massachusetts Student Housing Security Pilot

Eight Massachusetts community colleges, UMass and state university campuses are working with the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education and the Massachusetts Commissioner for Unaccompanied Homeless Youth to conduct a pilot program to address student housing insecurity and homelessness. 

Students must be under 25 years of age and once accepted into the program will be eligible for on-campus housing and meal plans, as well as academic and social services during the 2020/2021 academic year. 

Please submit the application and attach a copy of your Financial Aid award letter by Wednesday, August 26, 2020 if you are interested in being considered for the pilot.  

The application and eligibility requirements, please visit:

Student Housing Security Pilot Application

There are very limited number of spaces available and applicants will also be asked to take part in an interview. The content of this application is PRIVATE and will only be shared among members of the team making decisions on student admissions to the pilot.

For more information, please contact Josh Cheney or 781.239.3142