Franklin & Marshall offers a tremendous combination of the venerable and the contemporary. Our college is one of the oldest in the country, founded in 1787, in the early years of the nation. But it also has developed a wealth of programs and initiatives designed to launch our students into 21st-century lives of success and significance.
Those talented students, who come to us from across the country and around the world, work side by side with our accomplished faculty in a true liberal arts curriculum, producing research and scholarship of impact. Together, they explore the cutting edge of knowledge, setting new standards of academic excellence in an inclusive, supportive and engaged community that values each student’s individuality.
Our faculty mentors provide students with a personalized education, encouraging them to discover and expand their abilities, exceeding their own expectations. We value the common good and succeed together, working to solve intractable challenges and realize creative potential.
I am humbled and honored to be the president of Franklin & Marshall, an inspiring, nationally recognized liberal arts college that sends into the world the kind of citizens and leaders it most needs: confident, hard-working and adaptable problem solvers.
Barbara K. Altmann, Ph.D.
More than 600 eager faces, some perhaps bleary-eyed from lack of sleep, assembled Aug. 27 for Franklin & Marshall College’s annual Convocation. There, College President Barbara Altmann welcomed the...Read More
Dr. Cameron Wesson, Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Lehigh University, has been named provost and dean of the faculty at Franklin & Marshall College.Read More