Corinne Hall Towers
Corinne Hall Towers is named in honor of Corinne Hall, a former home economics teacher at Framingham State University. The residence opened in September 1973.
The largest of residence halls, Corinne Hall Towers is a 10 story, co-ed residence complex. Featuring views of Boston and Western Massachusetts from the upper floors. The Corinne Hall Towers also houses the MetroWest Economic Research Center, Office of Residence Life, and the Stalker Institute.
Towers is also home to the Theme Floor Communities; Social Justice, Health & Wellness and Academic High Achievement.
- Capacity: 504
- Room types: Standard/traditional double and single occupancy rooms
- Room rates
- Video of a standard double room
- Building location (additional images located on the left side of the map)
- Game room
- Full, newly remodeled kitchen (stove top, oven, refrigerator, microwave)
- Lounges on each floor
- Laundry facilities
- Elevator access
participating in community building activities
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.