Student Life

We're Here to Help You Succeed

As a Franklin University student, you will be exposed to opportunities to learn both inside and outside your classes. To assist with this educational process, Franklin offers a specific functional area to both support and challenge you along this developmental journey through advocacy, resource attainment and engagement. 

The Office of Student Life seeks to impact the co-curricular learning experience through purposeful interaction and intentional opportunities for growth and learning.

About Student Life

Student Ombuds:

Serves the purpose of assisting students in overcoming obstacles and challenges in pursuit of their education. Offers opportunities to facilitate informal resolution options toward a variety of student issues.

Financial Wellness:

Serves the purpose of assisting students in achieving increased knowledge and awareness surrounding the impact of financial competency both inside and outside of their formal education.

Student Organizations:

Provide opportunities for involvement, learning and networking through both academic and co-curricular student collaboration.  Please see below for a listing of student organizations.

Experiencing an obstacle or challenge to your education at Franklin? Please take a moment to fill out the Student Ombuds Referral Form, which can be downloaded here. You will need to completely fill it out, save it and send as an e-mail attachment to A Franklin staff member will be in contact with you within 2-3 business days.

Student Organizations

As a Franklin University student, you have access to a wealth of opportunities for personal and professional growth. Get involved as a student officer to serve your University community by joining one of Franklin's student organizations.

Our professional organizations will help you increase your social network by working with Franklin faculty and staff members, experienced business professionals, and peers. Choose a student organization that interests you and connects you with other Franklin students with common interests, beliefs, or cultures.