FRAMINGHAM – Framingham State University is moving entirely to remote methods of instruction starting on Monday, March 30.
This will continue through the end of finals, announced University President F. Javier Cevallos.
As part of this change, Framingham State will be closing the residence halls.
Students will begin moving out of dorms as early as this week. Expect some delays near campus.
Students in emergency circumstances, such as international students, and students with housing insecurity, should fill out this petition to request to receive University housing.
Student employees deemed essential to the operation of the University, may also petition to remain on campus.
Residence Life is currently working on a plan for students to be able to make appointments to return to the residence halls to collect their belongings. This process will be organized in a way that avoids having crowds of people back on campus at one time, said the University.