International Student Services serves Franklin & Marshall's community of F-1 student visa holders.  Our office works with students regarding immigration processes from the time they committ to attending F&M, through their enrollment at the College, and for some, into their first few years after degree completion.   

September 04
event 9/4/2015

International Student Coffee Hour

Global Commons Living Room

Join the F&M international community for our fall  2015 semester coffee hours.  Treats, and good...

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September 11
event 9/11/2015

International Student Coffee Hour

Global Commons Living Room

Join the F&M international community for our fall  2015 semester coffee hours.  Treats, and good...

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September 18
event 9/18/2015

International Student Coffee Hour

Global Commons Living Room

Join the F&M international community for our fall  2015 semester coffee hours.  Treats, and good...

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September 25
event 9/25/2015

International Student Coffee Hour

Global Commons Living Room

Join the F&M international community for our fall  2015 semester coffee hours.  Treats, and good...

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October 02
event 10/2/2015

International Student Coffee Hour

Global Commons Living Room

Join the F&M international community for our fall  2015 semester coffee hours.  Treats, and good...

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Story 2/5/2014

Passport to the Liberal Arts

International students seek higher education in the United States as F&M expands its global reach There was a trip to Hong Kong in September. To Calcutta and other destinations in India in...

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Story 2/12/2015

Celebrate the Spring Festival: Dumpling Party with Asian...

Join the Asian Culture Society in celebrating the Spring Festival Lunar New Year on Saturday, February 21, at the Joseph International Center.

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Story 2/11/2015

Carnation Sale: FPS Special Pre-orders!

The Asian Cultural Society is giving FPS the opportunity to pre-order their carnations for Wednesday, February 11 and Thursday, February 12. 

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Story 12/9/2014

Making Connections Half a World Away

Sixteen first-year students taking an "Americans in Paris" course this semester collaborated with eight sophomore and junior classmates spending the semester in the French capital to add depth and...

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