Office of International Education
COVID-19 Virtual Resources
Please reference FSU's main page here for the most current information, resources and updates regarding COVID-19.
The Office of International Education (OIE) will continue to support our students, near and far, during this unprecedented time. Please connect with us virtually via email, phone, or video conferencing.
Make an Appointment for Virtual Advising:
Instructions on making an appointment through Starfish:
- Log into Starfish
- Click on “Services” in the top left navigation bar
- Scroll down to the office of International Education, Study Abroad & International Students Services
- Click on the office title to enter the service
- Once appt. has been confirmed, the OIE will reach out with options to virtually connect via phone call or video chat.
Virtual office advising hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday.
Office Contact Information
Director: Jane Decatur
Location: Dwight Hall 302.
Assistant Director: Jennifer Hyde
Location: Dwight Hall 302.
Mailing address: Framingham State University, 100 State St., Framingham, MA 01701
This is where your international academic experience begins! No matter where you go or for how long, your abroad experience will be one to remember for a lifetime. Whether you are going abroad from FSU or an international student coming to FSU, prepare to be changed.
“Nothing, above all, is comparable to the new life that a reflective person experiences when he observes a new country. Though I am still always myself, I believe I have been changed to the very marrow of my bones.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 1786
FSU in China-Summer 2021: FSU will offer students an opportunity to earn credit while they are "home" for the summer. FSU students should check directly with the Office of International Education for restrictions.
Check out the Study Abroad Video by FSU alum Molly Buckley to see FSU around the world!
Where Will Your Education Take You?
Welcome to a world of opportunities.
Join the nearly 200 FSU students who studied abroad last year. Their programs lasted from a week to a full academic year. You’ll gain new friends, have experiences you can’t have in Framingham, and gain new perspectives on your major and your career.
Studying abroad helps you define your goals and focuses your attention. It’s also a great career boost, as employers are looking for recent grads who have leadership skills and experience working with people from other cultures.
Study With Us!
The Office of International Education seeks to enhance and support the educational, cultural, and social dimension of international education at Framingham State University. We welcome students from over 30 countries around the world!
We help promote a diverse learning environment, support essential services and programs, and assist international students in meeting their educational and career goals.
The office provides orientation, advising, and immigration regulation information to international students as support services.