Franklin Pierce College offers a student-centered higher educational opportunity to individuals committed to academic and personal achievements. The College’s academic program is grounded in the liberal arts and sciences - traditional, relevant disciplines vital to contemporary society. A distinctive element of the College is its core curriculum, Individual and Community, the spirit of which pervades the academic culture of the College. The hallmark goal of Franklin Pierce College is to prepare its students to function well as citizens and leaders of a democratic society. The College recognizes no limits to the potential of its students for future achievement.
Franklin Pierce College admits students with varying levels of past achievement, and, by requiring them to become actively engaged in their own learning, encourages habits of thought and conduct which promote a lifetime of intellectual and personal growth.
The main campus in Rindge serves persons who Read more… wish to pursue baccalaureate education in a full-time residential setting. In addition, the Division of Graduate and Professional Studies serves those throughout New Hampshire, who seek professional advancement and improvement in the quality of their lives through undergraduate and graduate studies. In all locations, study within one of the disciplines prepares a student for further formal education or for direct entry into a career field. Co-curricular programs, designed to respond to the social, moral, and physical dimensions of development, complement and support the academic programs.
Franklin Pierce College is committed to serving as an educational, intellectual, and cultural resource for the citizens of our region. The College affirms that learning, personal development, and service to others are lifelong commitments requiring continuous initiative. The College, therefore, strives to impress this realization on all its students.
|Institution Type:||Private not-for-profit|
|Campus Setting:||Rural area, on fringe of an urban area|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Doctor's degree - professional practice|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
|School Colors:||Crimson and grey|
The environment of the school is wonderful, its such a peaceful place and I've even visited in the winter. Sure it is freezing but the sight of the snow on the trees is beautiful. PLUS They even set up a snowboarding ramp on the front lawn, and they may open up their private ski hill again.» Read More
If I could add more thn 5 stars i would! At first i had seconds thought about goint to Franklin Pierce but after giving it a chance i fell in love all over again! What i live by here on campus is that you have to find your path, your niche and you will love being here more than anything in the world! It may be a small school but that's what makes it wonderful; you get to have close relationships with other students, faculty, staff and even local people! I love Frankie P so much!» Read More
Franklin Pierce is a GORGEOUS campus. It is very very very tiny so if you are from a big city and love that lifestyle this isn't the place for you. It is in the middle of no where and the closest big city is Keene, NH which isn't really even a city. If you are someone who really enjoys being involved in student activities, FP has a lot of those so you will be able to always stay busy and have fun that way, but if you are looking for a club scene, chances are you won't find one. On the brighter side, FP does do a lot of trips into Boston and Providence, etc. it just means a little extra money to pay since you are so far from them.» Read More