The Advising Center

Welcome!

The Advising Center is closed to walk-in traffic.  Please email advising@framingham.edu or call 508-626-4541 and we will respond as quickly as possible.     

In response to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the Advising Center Office is currently closed for walk-in services. However, to provide continuity of service to our students and their families we have arranged for remote work for our staff so they may respond to email inquiries. In lieu of leaving a voice message, please email me at cgregory@framingham.edu OR advising@framingham.edu, with your name, student ID number and details of your inquiry. We are monitoring advising@framingham.edu seven days a week during the COVID-19 pandemic, and we endeavor to respond to your email as quickly as possible.

The Advising Center helps students plan their academic careers, from course selection to graduation requirements. The Center can also assist with decisions involving choosing or changing majors, and with strategies for remaining in good academic standing.

For further questions please visit The Advising Center, which is located in O'Connor Hall Room 111, or call us at (508) 626-4540.

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Advising

Advising

Advising is often equated with course registration twice a year, but there can be a lot more to this relationship than just a PIN. The advisor is one more person who can serve as a mentor and help you know your options in and out of the classroom.

The Advising Center works with faculty advisors across campus to provide support and guidance to all our students.

Advising Services & Resources
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Placement Testing

Placement Testing

FSU offers placement testing to assess a student's abilities in certain subject areas which then helps determine appropriate course levels. We offer testing in Mathematics, Writing, and in the languages of Chinese, French, and Spanish.

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Important Updates for Fall 2021

Important Updates for Fall 2021

An important change has occurred in the writing course numbers and titles, and the change is in effect right now for Fall 2021 registration. If this applies to you and you have not yet enrolled in your writing courses, please note the changes below.

  • ENWR 100 Introduction to College Writing with Writing Studio is now changed to ENWR 100 Composition I with Writing Studio
  • ENGL 100 Introduction to College Writing is now changed to ENWR 105 Composition I
  • ENGL 110 Expository Writing (Gen. Ed. Common Core) is now changed to ENWR 110 Composition II (Gen. Ed. Common Core)

Also, we are excited to announce that FSU has added 8 new minors!

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