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Franklin and Marshall College

Franklin and Marshall College was founded, with the aid of Benjamin Franklin, in 1787 in beautiful Lancaster county, Pennsylvania.

At that time (and even today) many people speak German. Franklin and Marshal (F&M) first taught classes in both German and English in an effort to assimilate the large German population into American culture. Today, F&M is one of many high quality private colleges in the US that is dedicated to excellent educational opportunity for undergraduates. A total student population of 2000 and a faculty of 180 ensures that students get plenty of personal contact with faculty. A typical class size is in upper division courses is 10. Although F&M is dedicated to undergraduate education, most undergraduates carry out research projects. However, because there is no graduate program, the number of higher level classes is limited. Additionally, Franklin and Marshall College can take students for a full year or for Fall semester only, but not for Spring semester only.

Franklin and Marshall College


People to Contact: 

Professor Richard Moog, Academic Coordinator
Department of Chemistry
Franklin and Marshall College
Lancaster, PA 17604
Tel: 1-717-291-3804
Fax: 1-717-291-4343
Email: rick.moog @ fandm.edu
Web: http://www.fandm.edu/x14014.xml

Jacqueline Haring, Administrative contact
Assistant Dean for International Programs
Office of International Programs
Franklin and Marshall College
Tel: 1-291-358-7187
Fax: 1-717-358-4557
Email: jacqueline.haring @ fandm.edu


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