Video of the Month
Aaron Bass '01 founded KIPP DuBois Collegiate Academy in 2010 using a fellowship with the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP), a nonprofit network of college-preparatory, public charter schools educating early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school students.
The pandemic is still impacting our lives! Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, which is home to F&M, moved to the "yellow" phase of recovery Friday, June 5. (Here is the explanation of red-yellow-green phases in Pennsylvania.)
Check here for the latest updates from Franklin & Marshall about all things related to COVID-19 and your student.
What's the ROI on a Liberal Arts Education?
A college education is an investment of time and money, for both parents and students. Recognizing that many are asking whether a liberal arts education really does "pay off," Franklin & Marshall's Vice President for Strategic Initiatives & Acting Vice President for Finance and Administration Alan Caniglia discovered that "… an education at a small private liberal arts college can and commonly does have an attractive financial rate of return on investment." Read the white paper here.
Fulbright Awards for F&M
Six new Franklin & Marshall graduates and two 2019 alumni of the College have been selected for this year’s Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships, the second highest total since 2017 when nine F&...Read More
OSPGD Goes Virtual
The Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development quickly shifted to online operations as the pandemic shut down in-person classes and operations across the country, helping students find internships and responding quickly to the needs of alumni. OSPGD is a vital resource for all students, now and after graduation, and all the way through their professional life. If your student hasn't yet connected with the helpful people there, he or she should do so soon!
Reminder: Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2020
As of May 16, our seniors were graduates of Franklin & Marshall College! The actual Commencement ceremony for the Class of 2020 was rescheduled for Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020. For any questions or more information, check the Commencement website here.
The Franklin & Marshall Fund Needs Your Help
As the academic year has come to a close, the need to support the Franklin & Marshall Fund still exists. During these extraordinary times, our commitment is to ensure that Franklin & Marshall will continue to prepare students for life’s biggest challenges. We greatly appreciate, as you are able, any support you can provide to students at this time through a gift to the Franklin & Marshall Fund. To those who have already supported F&M this academic year, thank you.