As a community, Franklin & Marshall College is addressing issues related to racism and identity.
Students and faculty have expressed their concerns and, together with the administration, are collaborating on lasting solutions to these critically important social issues. We support our students’ right to protest and firmly believe that we can launch F&M to a better place, one that will make the College a truly welcoming and inclusive campus for all.
We are proud of our students for making their voices heard, and we are proud of F&M’s tradition of nonviolent protest.
Valuing Diversity at F&M
Our commitment to valuing diversity requires that all members from the F&M community work toward inclusive excellence. This means that ALL members of the community - students, faculty, and staff - contribute to the larger goals of diversity, inclusion, and equity. By diversity, we mean the concept of representation, participation, integration, and interaction of individuals from different races, ethnicities, nations of origin, gender identities and sexual orientations, socioeconomic status, age, ability, and religion while also recognizing that all of us have multiple identities.