Majors & Minors: Choose Your Field of Study

Students who learn to confront the complex issues of today's world become the leaders who solve everyday problems in whatever path they choose in life.

Student-Faculty Collaboration at F&M

The Franklin & Marshall curriculum provides a framework for our students’ intellectual development over their four years at F&M, and helps them become the creative, responsible and ambitious participants in learning who will be exceptionally prepared to live and work beyond their years in college. 

Fields of Study offered at Franklin & Marshall College:

 

Academic Distinctiveness

Exceptional Faculty-Student Collaboration

At Franklin & Marshall College, we believe that undergraduate research, with careful mentoring of a faculty supervisor, can be one of a student's most meaningful and significant experiences at F&M, and it shouldn't be a "rare" experience for just a few hand-picked students.

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Academic Resources

The Pulse of  Academics at F&M

Story 10/20/2017

Autumn Research Fair: Learning Why Writers Write What They...

Time-honored advice for would-be authors is “write what you know.” Franklin & Marshall College senior Joseph Yamulla kept that in mind as he researched how location and place influenced the writings...

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Story 10/20/2017

Speaker Gives the Skinny on Being Fat

Audiences unfamiliar with author Kimberly Dark and her performance, “Things I Learned from Fat People on a Plane,” might think by the title she is anything but voluptuous. 

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Story 10/19/2017

Autumn Research Fair: How 19th Century White Performers...

Digging deep into library archives and university collections, Franklin & Marshall College junior Jael Lewis spent part of her summer immersed in the world of entertainment in antebellum Philadelphia 

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October 24
event 10/24/2017

2017-2018 Hausman Lecture

Barshinger Concert Hall

2017-2018 Hausman Lecture Nick Flynn Barshinger Center for the Musical Arts 8:00 pm Reading...

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October 25
event 10/25/2017

Work/Life Balance Wednesday - Planning for Eldercare

Faculty Center

Faculty are invited to join us for this lunchtime discussion on issues surrounding eldercare with...

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October 26
event 10/26/2017

Prior to Equal and Unequal: What Phenomenology Can Tell Us...

Barshinger Concert Hall

Stephan Käufer John Williamson Nevin Memorial Professor of Philosophy We often don’t see what we...

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