Corinne Hall Towers

The largest of residence halls, Corinne Hall Towers is a 10 story, co-ed residence complex that accommodates 500 students, primarily in double occupancy rooms.

The Corinne Hall Towers also houses the MetroWest Economic Research Center, Office of Residence Life, and the Stalker Institute.

It is named in honor of Corinne Hall, a former home economics teacher at Framingham State University. The residence opened in September 1973.

Towers is also home to the Freshman Honors Floor and the Arts and Entertainment Floor.