Do MORE at F&M

MORE opportunities, more challenges, more ways to push beyond the expected, the obvious.

MORE ways to re-imagine what a major looks like, more people from more places, more access to forward-thinking scholars and insightful mentors.

MORE people who understand the power of collaboration, who want to build communities, who expect more from themselves, who give more than they get.

This is the start of Franklin & Marshall.

This is the start of something MORE.

We Love Visitors

Visiting Franklin & Marshall is by far the best way to  to get a feel for the College. Our Office of Admission is prepared to customize your visit to suit your needs.

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For Admitted Students

Now that you're part of the F&Mily, find out what's next. Coming up on April 17 is A Closer Look, an all-day event just for admitted students and their families. Register today!

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Explore The Beating Heart of F&M (VIDEO)

How do students learn at Franklin & Marshall? What inspires them? How do our professors bring out the best in them? Find out in this 3-minute video overview. 

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Are You An International Student?

There is a strong global presence at F&M. More than 13% of our students are international. We value the perspectives of students from different cultures. They enrich our campus community.

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Financial Aid at F&M

We are committed to making a Franklin & Marshall education affordable for all deserving students. In fact, more than half of our students receive some form of need-based aid.  

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Our Campus, Our Students

F&M Fast Facts

Your source of all things Franklin & Marshall: enrollment, demographics, fields of study and so much more.

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Meet Our Students

Who are we? What kind of student thrives here? Take a look at some of our students and what they love most about F&M.

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Latest News from F&M
Story 5/26/2015

F&M Scientist Co-Leads Group Identifying Marine Life at Risk...

A new examination of marine fossils dating back 23 million years is providing scientists with clues about which oceanic animals and ecosystems in the world's coastal regions might be at natural risk...

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Story 5/15/2015

Uncovering the Invisible Process of Creating

To many, the art of writing is a mystery, a process that is invisible to the unknowing. Recent Franklin & Marshall College graduate John Ancona '15 decided to try his hand at solving the riddle.

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Story 5/13/2015

Scouring Ancient Landscapes for Clues to Cleaner Water

Having made their mark on the natural landscape the last few hundred years, humans are now undoing some development -- notably with regard to old milldams and sediment-filled ponds that have...

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