Founded in 1839, Framingham State University is situated on 77 acres in Framingham, Massachusetts, about 20 miles west of Boston.  Originally intended to train teachers, FSU has expanded quite a lot over the years.  Today, it is a public university offering undergraduate programs in a range of subjects, including art, biology, and communication arts, as well as graduate programs in business, education, and more. 


Framingham State has been named #31 among Top Public Schools and #104 among Regional Universities North according to US News and World Report.


FSU Links:

Undergraduate Admissions for International Students 

Graduate Admissions for International Students 

Undergraduate Program List 

Graduate Program List 

Quick Facts about FSU 

Residence Life

Resources for International Students