Student-Focused Offices and Services

Student-Focused Offices and Services

Students at Homecoming 2023

Student Experience and Career Development provide opportunities to inspire students to contribute and participate in social, cultural and educational opportunities outside the classroom as well as a wide-range of career preparation resources and internship assistance.

In order to support an environment of inclusive excellence and care for our community at Framingham State University, the Rams Resource Center (RRC) provides non-perishable food items, toiletries, and resource referrals for FSU students, faculty, and staff. This effort will provide critical nutrition and hygiene resources to ensure that all members of our community are able to thrive by supporting our commitment to promote equity, pursue social justice, and make excellence inclusive. Donation bins are located on campus in the Dean of Students Office (McCarthy Center, 5th Floor), Office of Enrollment and Student Development (Dwight Hall, Room 306), the Game Room (McCarthy Center, 3rd Floor), the Snack Bar (McCarthy Center, 2nd Floor) and the Office of Veterans Services (Crocker hall, Annex).

Students at new student orientation

New Student and Family Programs, Community Standards, and Campus Ministries offer all students programs and settings in which to gain informative, civic and individual knowledge while studying and living on campus.

Orientation Day
Part of our New Student Programming

We are here to answer your questions about Orientation, Placement Testing, your FSU Foundations course, and so much more that relates to your first year of college.

West Hall Game Room

Residence Life and Housing, Health Services, Counseling Services, and Veterans Services are specialized on-site services that develop a student’s overall experience while on campus.

Health and Wellness Center
Foster Hall

The Health and Wellness Center provides education and resources to the FSU community about the importance of making healthy choices and encourages students to see the connection between their lifestyle choices and their successes.

Rams Resource Center

If you need help, either financially, academically, or medically. It's important for students to contact the Dean of Students Office, or a staff person, to discuss your situation so corrective action can be taken as soon as possible.  These on-campus offices are here to help:  Single Point of Contact for Food, Housing and Financial Insecurity, Commuter Student Support, Financial Literacy, Title IX, and Crisis Management.

McCarthy Center Fifth Floor, Suite 504 Hours - 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 508-626-4596-phone 508-626-4087-fax deanofstudents [at] framingham.edu (deanofstudents[at]framingham[dot]edu)

Additional student resources.

Dean Nowak at Leadership Award Ceremony

Dean of Students Office

As an office within Student Affairs at FSU, the Dean of Students strives to create an inclusive campus environment, promote student development, and create a culture of care for students, families, faculty, and staff.
 

deanofstudents [at] framingham.edu (Contact Us)

Hours & Location

McCarthy Center
Fifth Floor, Suite 504
Hours - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
phone: 508-626-4596
Fax: 508-626-4087

Photo of Meg Nowak Borrego

Meg Nowak Borrego

Vice President for Student Affairs, Dean of Students Office
Robin Kurkomelis

Robin Kurkomelis

Administrative Assistant II, Dean of Students Office