What's on the menu at F&M? First-year student Yiyung Peng explores all the campus food options our students get to dig into every day.
A Franklin & Marshall College student group partnered with a Lancaster business April 23 to raise hundreds of dollars for the YWCA of Lancaster's Sexual Assault Counseling Center.Read More
Behind her desk, motivational posters cover a wall, and several capture who she is – “Sharing,” “Gratitude,” “Tenacious,” “Do or do not, there is no try,” “Never Let Inexperience Get in the Way of...Read More
Ninety-eight percent of Franklin & Marshall College's Class of 2016 secured full-time employment or were enrolled in graduate school six months after graduation, according to data provided by F&M's...Read More
Franklin & Marshall commits to lighting paths for tomorrow’s leaders -- to launching students into lives of consequence. In sustaining and enhancing a two-centuries-long legacy of excellence, our alumni, parents and friends help us Claim our Future. We invite you to read about what you make possible.
The classroom and postgraduate success of first-generation students from lower-income families demonstrates the power derived from overcoming obstacles. Now, with the generous $1 million commitment of alumnus and Trustee Ken Mehlman '88, the College is embarking on a project to deepen its understanding of students' abilities to translate...read more
Shadek Stadium, the first step in the planned development of a new athletic area of the College in North Campus, is steadily progressing. The above photo, taken April 18, is the latest phase in construction. The new facility replaces the nearly 122-year-old Sponaugle-Williamson Field, located along College Avenue.read more
For Kreisel and Faris, the opportunity to make an immediate impact on student well-being -- and to do it in an innovative way -- feels visionary and uplifting.read more