Student Support

Real Student Support for Real Life

Having someone in your corner is always a good thing. At Franklin, you’ll have lots of “someones” in your corner – and then some – including a variety of services and resources all designed to help you cross the finish line.

Free Resources

Get tutoring or writing and research help at no cost.

Personal Advisor

Enjoy one-on-one academic advice from start to finish.

Online Resources

Take advantage of 24/7 library databases and catalogs.

Your Own Academic Advisor

From your first class through graduation, you’re never alone at Franklin. Your own personal academic advisor is committed to your success, and always willing to help. 

Your advisor will: 

  •  Work with you to explore college major and career options
  •  Help you schedule your classes
  •  Review your course selections, academic progress and graduation requirements
  •  Go over your academic evaluation with you so you understand it
  •  Assist in developing goals and overcoming obstacles

Free Learning Tools

Become more successful with help from our Learning Commons, a portfolio of library, tutoring and testing resources that includes free learning tools, such as writing workshops, as well as course resources like e-textbooks and research assistance.

Coaching & Support

Enjoy access to complimentary coaching, tutoring and mentoring services, including online writing reviews, concept reinforcement, foundational level support, encouragement and more.

Testing Help & Services

Get access to Franklin’s wide-variety of high-integrity testing services, including placement and proficiency testing, proctoring services, and out-of-class and make-up testing.

Library & Resources

Find help when, where and how you need it. Get research assistance, borrow materials, attend a workshop, reserve a group study room, find events and resources through our social media pages, and much more.

Growth & Learning

Enhance your student experience in all the best ways with help from Franklin’s Office of Student Life, which offers a variety of opportunities for growth and learning.

Student Advocate

Get access to Franklin’s free ombuds service for help in overcoming obstacles and challenges while pursuing your degree.

Financial Wellness

Find information and assistance about the impact of financial competency inside and outside your education.

Student Organizations

Find opportunities for involvement, learning and networking through academic and co-curricular student collaboration.

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