F&M Fast Facts
Your source of all things F&M: enrollment, demographics, fields of study, our home city of Lancaster and so much more.Learn more
We are committed to making an F&M education affordable for all. In fact, 65% of our students receive need-based aid.find out more
Study What You Love
F&M offers over 60 fields of study to satisfy your curious mind and provide a solid foundation for life after college.browse majors and minors
Launchpad to Success
F&M's Office of Student and Post-Graduate development helps students excel during and after their four years on campus.how we do it
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Are you a Domestic Student?
Think of the college search and application process as an adventure. There will be amazing discoveries, a-ha moments and the occasional detour, but at the end of the journey, your perfect college fit awaits.Apply
Are You An International Student?
There is a strong global community at F&M. With nearly 20% of our students coming from countries outside of the U.S., we value the perspectives of students from different cultures.start here
Are you a Transfer Student?
F&M is a welcoming place for transfer students. We offer orientation programming for incoming transfer students to ensure a smooth transition. We hope you'll make F&M your new college home.apply here
What Do You Want to Do Next?
Schedule Your Visit
The Office of Admission offers in-person tours and information sessions.Design your itinerary
Explore Campus Virtually
We welcome you to explore our Virtual Admission Lobby to discover everything from virtual interviews to on-demand content.Explore the Virtual Lobby
Discover Life on Campus
Learn about College Houses, student clubs and organizations, and other ways to get involved.Learn more
For College Counselors
Franklin & Marshall College is committed to having an inclusive campus community where all members are treated with dignity and respect. The College does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race or ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, age , disability, family or marital status, or sexual orientation in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs, athletic and other College-administered programs.
Federal legislation requires institutions of higher education to share with all prospective members of the community a copy of their Annual Security Report (ASR), which is available through Franklin & Marshall's Department of Public Safety. The ASR contains information about the college, its facilities, crime statistics, and where to report any crimes, among other information. A hard copy of the ASR is available by emailing Chief William McHale at Franklin & Marshall's Department of Public Safety Campus Police or calling (717) 358-3870.
As required by Pennsylvania law, if there is reasonable cause to suspect that a child has been abused, F&M will report this to the appropriate state authorities.