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Running Windows Update

If you have a computer running Microsoft Windows, it is recommended that you turn on the option to automatically check for updates. You can also manually run this process to check…

Oriflamme 2014 Yearbook Now Available

Want to purchase the 2014 Yearbook for your office, department or home? Oriflamme offers two ways for you to pay.

Dreaming of Retirement?

Do you have sweet dreams of retirement or are you staying awake worrying? 

Leave Balances for Professional Staff Employees

It's important for all Professional Staff to have all paid time off from this year accurately recorded on timesheets.

Summer Research Assistants

The time to hire your Research Assistants for summer is now!   Please complete a "Request to Hire Form" found in Inside F&M > Campus Services  > Employment Links >"Request to…

Welcome Our Newest Colleagues!

Welcome to our newest colleagues!

DIPNIC 2014: Annual Picnic for All Employees

Dipnic 2014, the annual post-commencement day picnic for Franklin & Marshall College faculty and staff, is noon Tuesday, May 13 on Hartman Green or, if it rains, the Alumni Sports & Fitness Center.  


ITS's Silansky Promoted to Instructional Technologist

Carrie Rampp, associate vice president and CIO of Franklin & Marshall College's Information Technology Services, announces the promotion of Chris Silansky '05 as an instructional technologist in Information Technology Services.

Welcome to the 2014-2015 Writing Center Staff

For the 2014-15 academic year, the Writing Center will have the largest student staff in the Center's history and also one of the most well-balanced in terms of majors, minors, and intended areas of study.  

AMS Study Break With Author Doretta Lau

Author Doretta Lau will read from her debut short story collection, "How Does a Single Blade of Grass Thanks the Sun?," at noon Monday, April 28, in Franklin & Marshall College's Philadelphia Alumni Writers House.