Independent Association of Framingham State Alumni 42 Adams Rd, Framingham, MA01702 The Independent Association of Framingham State Alumni, or IAFSA, is a non-profit self governed organization that has…More been in operation since 1874. IAFSA receives and distributes scholarships, awards and no-interest loans to students enrolled at Framingham State University.
Funding is the product of donations, bequests and the rental of the Alumni House, which is maintained by IAFSA and can be rented for business and family functions.
John C. Stalker Institute of Food and Nutrition 100 State St, Framingham, MA01702 John C. Stalker Institute of Food and Nutrition is an educational program at Framingham State University. The institute…More is a partnership of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and Framingham State University and offers a range of programs and opportunities, including online courses, workshops and certificate programs. It also offers undergraduate and graduate programs, including Certificate in Excellence in Child Nutrition, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, Nutrition Education Specialist and School Nutrition Specialist programs. Check its website for details on programs or for information on certificates offered.
Edward F. Loring Arena 165 Fountain St, Framingham, MA01702 Edward F. Loring Arena is a town-run ice skating rink. Framingham Youth Hockey is run out of the arena, and several…More schools and groups play hockey and figure skate there, including Framingham High School and Middle School, and Framingham State University. It is open to the public for skating year-round, with low admission and skate rental fees. Amenities include a full-service skate shop and snack bar.
Located on 73 acres off Route 9, Framingham State University changed its name from Framingham State College in…More 2010. The four-year co-educational, public university offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. Degrees offered include: BA, BS, BSEd, MA, MS, MEd, MBA and MSN. Students may major in 25 undergraduate programs and there are 24 graduate programs.
The University currently maintains 3,800 undergrad students and almost 2,150 graduate students. About 14 percent of the students are minority. More than 90 percent of the students are from Massachusetts.
Known as the Rams, the University's colors are black and gold.
Framingham State University also has a graduate and continuing education division offering certificate programs.