A new system for course registration at Franklin & Marshall College will soon ease the process for F&M students -- and make long lines outside the registrar's office a thing of the past.
As you prepare for the spring semester, please consider our beautiful Millport Conservancy near Lititz for your curricula.
A comprehensive project to streamline Franklin & Marshall's internal computing resources and information management will soon reach another milestone -- just in time to make the housing selection process easier for F&M students.
Franklin & Marshall College students danced, sang and wowed the crowd with their many talents Nov. 27 in the Alumni Sports & Fitness Center in an effort to prevent abuse and neglect of children across the country.
Franklin & Marshall College's New College House has received one of the highest designations for sustainable building under the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
Continuing a longstanding tradition, members of the Franklin & Marshall College community are helping to brighten the holiday season for hundreds of Lancaster residents in need.
Franklin & Marshall President Daniel R. Porterfield, Trustee Ray Sanseverino, Esq. '68, and Chair of the Board of Trustees Dr. Lawrence Bonchek P'91 offer remarks during the College's 225th Anniversary Gala in New York Nov. 29.
View a list of recent publications by Franklin & Marshall College faculty members, professional staff and students.
Franklin & Marshall College's Sponaugle-Williamson Field will be rocking Saturday when the F&M football team (7-3) hosts the Albright College Lions (7-3) in the Eastern College Athletic Conference's (ECAC) Southeast Bowl.
David Schuyler, the Arthur and Katherine Shadek Professor of Humanities and American Studies, and fellow historian David Stameshkin, retired F&M associate dean and prefect emeritus of Bonchek College House, recounted highlights of the College's 225-year history during a talk titled "Picture This: Images and Stories of F&M's History," during a Nov. 8 Common Hour.