Meeting the College's Priorities

In line with the academic mission and strategic priorities of the College, the Office of Communications is committed to projects that strongly position Franklin & Marshall in meeting the following objectives:

  • Attracting and recruiting extraordinary student talent
  • Demonstrating to wide audiences the ways in which F&M fuels knowledge, discovery and artistic creation
  • Engaging external partners — including alumni, parents, foundations, education change-makers and education advocates — in the work of the College
  • Conveying the College's support of learning during and after college
  • Showcasing the research and scholarship of our faculty among broad audiences
  • Supporting efforts to increase F&M's resources

We work with offices across campus to plan and executes strategic marketing and public relations programming that includes reputation and brand management, external communications, social media and multimedia engagement, and media relations.

Some of Our Latest Work
Story 1/24/2020

Common Hour Speaker Shows Journey to ‘Finding Freedom’

  From the stage in Franklin & Marshall College’s Mayser Gymnasium,  artist Sonya Clark walked the audience through a history of freedom that is a theme in her work.  

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Story 1/20/2020

At F&M's Phillips Museum of Art—Sonya Clark: Finding Freedom

As a mixed-media artist who in the past used human hair and other materials to create works that explore racial, cultural and historical issues, Sonya Clark created a large-scale fabric installation...

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Story 1/17/2020

Chimpanzee Study Has Implications for Evolution of...

Chimpanzees that use a multistep process and complex tools to gather termites are more likely to share tools with novices, according to a new study led by researchers at Washington University in St....

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Story 5/14/2019

Now to Next

The most ambitious comprehensive campaign in F&M’s history will help the College advance academic excellence, strengthen an extraordinary student experience, and support every student every...

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