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Providing Support for Students

Appel Health Services

Appel Health Services provides accessible, high quality medical services including ambulatory care, health education, and wellness promotion that support the academic and social well being of students.

beResponsible

beResponsible is F&M’s new initiative to encourage our student body to make smart and healthy choices, especially in relation to alcohol use.  

Counseling Services

Counseling Services provides individual and group counseling and consultation to current F&M students dealing with personal, career and educational concerns which may be barriers to their academic progress and success.

Disability Services

In accordance with equal education opportunity laws, Franklin & Marshall College arranges to provide appropriate academic accommodations for students whose disabilities limit their participation in academic programs for which they are qualified.

Office of Health Education
& Wellness

The goal of the Office of Health Education and Wellness is to provide students with the resources, educational programs, and support necessary to enable them to make decision that will affect their health and well being during their college years and throughout adulthood.

Sexual Assault Information & Resources

Franklin & Marshall College has a Sexual Assault Respone Team made up of healthcare professionals who are available 24 hours a day to assist students and other members of the Franklin & Marshall community with all issues concerning sexual assault.

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  • Emergency Medical Services Program
  • Franklin & Marshall's Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are students who have added another dimension to health care on campus by providing a medical emergency response system for students.

    The program is a quick-response, basic life support service developed with the help of Marianne Kelly, M.D., former director of student health services, who works closely with the students to provide medical oversight. Denise Freeman, director of environmental health and safety and a certified EMT, serves as the group's adviser and is one of four instructors who teach a certification course for new EMTs.