Franklin & Marshall College is a private, liberal arts college located in the city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. As the 17th oldest college in the nation, we have a long history of academic excellence through a combination of liberal arts exploration and practical application. With an enrollment of about 2400 students, Franklin & Marshall College provides a learning experience that cultivates critical thought, collaborative action and encourages students to take an active role in our community. These ideals are central to an understanding of diversity within our community, and we believe they must become an expectation of all students on a liberal arts campus.
Franklin & Marshall College invites high school students from diverse backgrounds with a strong history of leadership to campus to explore their leadership abilities as they transition to a college environment. The Collegiate Leadership Summit is a two day program that provides selected delegates an opportunity to develop their leadership skills. Delegates interact with members of the F&M community and experience life in a selective liberal arts environment as they participate in leadership oriented workshops, seminars, and group activities. Delegates will also demonstrate their leadership skills through an admission interview and group activities. The cost of travel and attendance is covered by the College.
The Collegiate Leadership Summit will occur twice in the fall semester for high school seniors. The 2014 Summit dates are:
* Fall Session 1: Sunday, September 28th to Tuesday, September 30th
* Fall Session 2: Sunday, November 2nd to Tuesday, November 4th
- Nominations are now live for both sessions.
The nomination deadline for the Fall Session 1 program is Friday, September 5th, 2014.
The nomination deadline for the Fall Session 2 program is Friday, October 3rd, 2014.
All candidates must be currently enrolled in high school, completing their senior year.
The nominees should meet the following requirements:
* A minimum GPA of 3.3 in rigorous classes
* Must be of a background underrepresented in higher education
* Must have demonstrated leadership in his or her school or community
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Collegiate Leadership Summit, please contact Assistant Dean of Admission and Coordinator of Multicultural Recruitment, Matt Latessa.