The Massachusetts Student Housing Security Pilot

 

Pilot Description:

Framingham State University is one of Eight Massachusetts public colleges and universities 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.

Student Benefits:

Students accepted into the program will be eligible for on-campus housing and meals, as well as academic and social services during the spring 2019 semester and summer session.

Eligibility & Requirements:

Students must be:
  • Enrolled full-time in a public college or university participating in the pilot.
  • Degree-seeking and in good academic standing as defined by home institution.
  • Age 26 or younger.
  • Referred by campus staff or community service provider, or self-applied.
  • See application for additional information on eligibility and requirements.

Contact:

Framingham State University Students interested in applying should contact Michelle Yestrepsky, Coordinator of Student Support Initiatives in the Dean of Students Office (5th Floor McCarthy Center).