FRAMINGHAM – Framingham State University President F. Javier Cevallos released a video yesterday, August 26 for prospective students.
Based on guidance from the Baker Administration and Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and in coordination with our fellow state universities, Framingham State University will start the semester on its regularly scheduled date of Wednesday, Sept. 2, in a modified in-person capacity, which will include a mix of in-person instruction – complying with social distancing and public health guidelines – and remote courses.
At Framingham State University, “you will find that the safety of our community is at the highest priority,” said the University President in the video.
“We have spent the past several months continually adjusting every aspect of our operation.to ensure that the university can function in the safest environment possible, while also maintaining our commitment to academic excellence,” said Cevallos in a video.
“You will every opportunity to thrive socially and academically, on our beautiful campus” said Cevallos.
Approximately 30% of courses will be offered fully or partially on-campus during the fall.
Academic Affairs has prioritized those courses that are better suited to an in-person experience.
For courses that will be taught remotely, extensive training is being offered to faculty throughout the summer months to ensure a high quality remote learning experience