Franklin College Indiana

Franklin College is a residential, liberal arts institution founded in 1834 in Franklin, Indiana, United States with a scenic, wooded campus, spanning 207 acres, including athletic fields and a 31-acre biology woodland.
Franklin will challenge you in rigorous academic programs taught by high caliber professors who have a passion for teaching. With 50+ majors from 25 academic disciplines to choose from, you can customize an educational plan perfect for you. Franklin’s learning environment is engaging and personalized to align with your interests and goals. There are no teaching assistants at Franklin; with our 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio, you can be certain that your professors will know more about you than just your name and will push you to reach your full potential. Franklin students consistently score in the top percentiles on national field tests in business, athletic training and psychology. Ninety-five percent of students in the class of 2015 were working full time or attending graduate school within six months of their graduation.
Phone: +1 800-852-0232
Endowment: 83 million USD
Colors: Navy Blue, Old gold