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F&M Regional Chapters: Reflecting our Heritage and our Ever-Expanding Horizon
Franklin & Marshall boasts 25 regional alumni chapters across the country and around the world. Regional chapters form the backbone of our vibrant alumni association. Each chapter hosts gatherings throughout the year featuring faculty speakers, cultural experiences, professional networking, social activities and athletic events. These events are an ongoing source of enrichment, and a great way to sustain lifelong relationships with fellow alumni and with the College.
Heritage and Horizon Regional Chapters
"Heritage Chapters" are located in metropolitan areas and other heavily populated regions where thousands of F&M alumni live. Heritage regions are areas where historically many of our alumni have lived and where F&M has traditionally recruited many of our students. Our alumni communities in the Heritage Chapters are large, strong and have many decades of local activity -- a history of gathering together.
"Horizon Chapters" are more intimately scaled. They are located in communities where less than 1,000 F&M alumni make their homes, and are areas of current and future growth for our F&Mily. More and more of our alumni are finding jobs and building lives in Horizon Chapter areas, and F&M is increasingly drawing new students from regions all across the country and around the world. We celebrate the broadening of our horizons!
The Pulse at F&M
Franklin & Marshall alumnae Erin Caplan ’16 was among two dozen students recently named by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation to the inaugural class of Pennsylvania Teaching Fellows.Read More
When Salina Almanzar ’13, photography technician at her alma mater, was hired to paint a mural in a Lancaster neighborhood, she first considered the people who lived there.Read More
African masks, a French Art Nouveau glass vase and paintings by an African-American artist are among the gifts two alumni recently donated to the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College.Read More