The Franklin University provides undergraduate and graduate students, who often work full or part time, both the breadth of knowledge and the career-focused applications required of a balanced education.
The University provides students with options for meeting their educational expenses. And these options include utilizing eligible federal, state, local and institutional resources while maintaining a focus on minimizing debt.
The University is proud of its highly qualified faculty and staff who are committed to serving students, and work continually to refine the programs it offers and how they are presented to students.
Franklin offered undergraduate and graduate Programs, and has nearly 10,000 students enrolled annually, including over 600 international students from over 80 different countries. The University also offers you to complete your degree completely online.
Online learning increases in popularity and its reputation for academic quality also is increasing. Students, faculty and university administrators are learning firsthand that online learning gives students all of the advantages of a traditional brick-and-mortar college, with the added benefit of being able to complete classes when and where it's most convenient.
Every online student will have access to books, handouts, and other learning materials, faculty, other students, student services including advisors, financial aid and registrar services.
Taking online courses, students are exposed to a variety of classroom activities to ensure that the delivery of course content is communicated clearly. These activities include: chat room discussions, email, bulletin board postings and discussions, teleconference calls, and interaction with teams.
Whether on-site or online, working for students is always our first priority. The establishment works hard to ensure that all students receive a high-quality education, and the benefits of the Virtual Campus lets us remove the barriers to education for the busiest students in even the most remote location.