Horace Mann

group of students by the entrance of Horace Mann

Horace Mann Hall

The hall is named for the famous educator and legislator who was the founder of the Commonwealth's first teacher training institution which later became Framingham State University. Most students in Horace Mann reside in single occupancy rooms which are typically, but not exclusively, selected by juniors and seniors. A number of underclassmen also reside in the hall.  Horace Mann Hall is conveniently located near CASA, the campus shuttle stop, and the athletic center. There is also lounge space on the 1st floor for socializing and studying.

  • Quick Facts
  • Amenities
    • Large first floor lounge space
    • Kitchenette
    • Laundry facilities
    • Close proximity to CASA, shuttle stop and classroom buildings
  • AREA DIRECTOR

    David Case

    David Case

    508-215-5742

    dcase@framingham.edu

making pancakes
What Residents are doing…

Breakfast for dinner!

Resident assistants, area directors, resident directors and hall councils host numerous activities and programs each semester. Programs allow residents to meet, socialize and build a community.

If you have ideas for hall programs, please contact your RA, AD, RD, or hall council representative. They welcome your suggestions, support, and assistance.