Nicholas Lantych '17


Nicholas Lantych

I decided to come to Framingham State because I loved the sense of community that I felt when I visited campus. I soon learned this community existed in the classroom, where professors want their students to thrive in  academics, as well as in residence halls, offices on campus and by FSU students caring about their fellow Rams.

This fall I will be a junior psychology major. I am involved on campus by being a Black and Gold Orientation Leader, Foundations Peer Mentor and a Peer Health Educator. All of these experiences have made me connected to the campus and helped me discover new passions.

Another great aspect of Framingham State is that finding an internship is easy. Careers Services has a website that FSU students can go on to find excellent internships. From this website I have found an internship off campus at a local HIV/AIDS testing center as a Community Outreach Intern. Also, I am currently an intern on campus in the Business Office. Internships are excellent because they allow students to get practical work experience outside of the classroom and in a professional setting. My time at FSU has been outstanding and honestly I could not picture myself at any other school.