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Peer Academic Coaching (PAC)
Peer Academic Coaching (PAC) is available to all students at F&M. Each PAC brings a special set of skills, including strategies for time management, stress management, studying, motivation, and so much more.Meet the team & make an appointment (F&M login required)
F&M's Learning Support Specialist
F&M's Learning Support Specialist, Amy Faust coordinates F&M's Peer Academic Coaching program. Amy works directly with students in their development of academic action plans to achieve and maintain success.Make an appointment with Amy (F&M login required)
Body Doubling Working Group
What in the world is body doubling?! In short, it means doing your work with other people- friends, classmates, or even strangers. You can set goals together, hold one another accountable, share study ideas, or just work in the presence of others. There's no leader of a body doubling working group- everyone works together to plan and...Click here for a schedule of body doubling groups
Tutoring & Academic Support
From developing your writing skills at the Writing Center, enjoying science tutoring at the Quantitative & Science Center, connecting with a Peer Health Educator to booster your overall wellness, or getting individual research advice from a librarian, there are endless opportunities for support.Explore now
The science of learning tells us that academics and wellness are not mutually exclusive, but rather integral and interrelated parts of success in college. As such, we are committed to providing students at F&M a holistic system of academic and wellness support in an effort to deconstruct educational, personal, and social challenges and co-construct positive, productive, and healthy habits.
At F&M, student wellness is a top priority. We fully recognize that learning is optimal when stress is minimal.
Learn how to prepare smart, test smart and get the grade you worked for.Learn more
The Pocket-Size Workshop Series
These workshops share brief (but powerful) tips for academic success.Discover More
An overview of a variety of useful note-taking strategies.Note-taking Techniques
Productive Reading Habits
Follow these simple steps to manage the volume and pace of your assigned readings.Read more
Learn How Your Brain Works
Executive Function (EF) (a set of mental skills that include memory, flexible thinking and self-control) is a crucial part of college success. If you know how your brain works you are empowered to make it work the best for you.Discover More
This series of videos for faculty will showcase how long- and short-term trauma impact learning, and how to take this consideration into future teaching methods.Learn more
“Adequate and equitable resources are important to the future success and development of Black students.”
Our academic resource programs are specifically intended to support every student's opportunity for access to & engagement in their academic pursuits. As such, we take seriously our responsibility to learn about a long history of systemic and institutional racism so that we can engage with our community in ways that promote educational access and equity.
We are held accountable by each of you to listen, learn, and act.
Our action steps:
- We commit to educating ourselves through collaborative training to better understand inequality, racism, and racial injustice as they relate to equitable opportunity in education.
- We commit to increased hiring of Black, Brown, Indigenous, and Students of Color as Peer Academic Coaches.
- We commit to increased outreach to Black, Brown, Indigenous, and Students of Color and to help reduce any stigma associated with academic support.
For more information about these Action Steps, please email Amy Faust.
Father-Daughter Grads Reward Faculty with Readership
The Robert Glidden ’69, P’99, Eileen Glidden P’99 and Sarah Glidden Kempson ’99 Endowed Readership will support tenured associate professors in recognition of their impressive pedagogical and...Read More
Our Most Inspiring Stories
Explore 13 stories that helped shape the past year at Franklin & Marshall.Read More
Making Connections: Talking Death, Horror and Dark Tourism...
Learn more about our Connections courses and the engaging faculty who lead them. First up in the series is Death, Horror and Humanity, taught by Professor of Marketing Jeffrey Podoshen.Read More