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The Learning Commons is Moving to Frasch Hall
May 22, 2023
Franklin University is excited to announce that its Learning Commons is moving to its new location in Frasch Hall this summer.
During this move, only remote services will be available Monday, June 12 – Friday, June 16. Any student requiring test proctoring should make appointments for all tests to be taken online via ProctorU until our new space is open later in June. Our goal is to reopen in-person testing availability as soon as possible upon ensuring technology is working properly. Please visit our website for updates regarding our move and review our Hours & Holidays page regarding the availability of all services offered by the Learning Commons.
As the University’s Learning Commons continues to provide seamless access to tutoring services, print and online scholarly information, testing services, research consultation and more, its new move will offer students access to classes and now services in one location.
- Current Students