Framingham State University students are constantly "on the go." With over 50 clubs and organizations, there are all kinds of ways to get involved in FSU’s very active campus life. Involvement in clubs and organizations will provide you with opportunities for demonstrating your leadership abilities and for developing friendships. Whether you are interested in drama, music, or student government, you will find other students who share your interests for an exciting and active life outside of the classroom. In addition to the many sport and club activities which take place on campus, the university hosts a variety of special events throughout the year. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the many films, coffeehouses, seminars, concerts, exhibits and other activities offered throughout the year. Most student clubs and organizations are housed in the D. Justin McCarthy Center. The University Center is the hub for campus activities and houses offices for Student Services, the Mazmanian Art Gallery, student organizations, dining facilities, a snack bar, a game room, outdoor recreation equipment, computer lab and printing services for students, study areas, radio station WDJM FM 91.3 and the student newspaper, The Gatepost.
Living on Campus
Framingham State University is a residential campus. Within our six residence halls are study rooms, computer labs, lounges, kitchen facilities, laundry facilities, TVs and VCRs. Each residence hall room is linked to the main computer network, providing access to the Internet, including the World Wide Web. All residence hall rooms have access to cable TV as well as to off-air and local origination programming. The system includes a video bulletin board carrying campus-wide announcements and messages.
Framingham State University Dining Services, operated by Sodexo, offers a wide variety of dining locations, flexible meal plans options and enticing menu choices. To find out more about FSU Dining Services, please visit their Web site at http://www.framingham.edu/dining/.