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About Massachusetts State College Building Authority

The Massachusetts State College Building Authority (Authority) was established in 1963 and serves the 41,000 students of the nine state universities by providing housing, dining, athletic, parking, and other student activity facilities.  Of these students, approximately 40% live in campus housing developed by the Authority.  In 2012, the Legislature expanded the mission of the Authority to include the 15 community colleges.   

The Authority receives no appropriation from the Commonwealth; all revenues to support facility design, construction, and operation are derived from the rents and fees paid by students for the use of these facilities and services.

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Jennifer Gonzalez

Deputy Director, Administration and Finance

(617) 933-8343


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