Monday, September 04Monadnock regions offers support to hurricane-ravaged Texas
As a result of a Category 4 Hurricane, Franklin Pierce offers those displaced a home for the semester.
Friday, September 01Franklin Pierce Offers Free Semester to Harvey Victims
The Rindge, New Hampshire, campus of Franklin Pierce University is a safe haven for students suffering after Hurricane Harvey.
Friday, September 01FPU launches scholarship to benefit hurricane victims
Franklin Pierce University has launched the Harvey Scholars Program in response to the impact Hurricane Harvey has had on certain parts of Texas.
Friday, September 01Franklin Pierce offers free semester to Harvey victims
Franklin Pierce University is offering 20 Houston-area students displaced by Hurricane Harvey an opportunity to attend classes this fall free of charge.
Thursday, August 31President Mooney Discusses Higher Education Affordability
“I welcome the opportunity to join with our counterparts at Keene State to share key insights and information with Congresswoman Kuster,” said Dr. Kim Mooney, President of Franklin Pierce University.
Thursday, August 31New Hampshire university to take in students after Harvey
A New Hampshire university is offering a free semester to college students displaced by Hurricane Harvey, 12 years after it helped a similar group after Hurricane Katrina.
Thursday, August 31Franklin Pierce University to take in students after Harvey
Franklin Pierce University is offering a free semester to college students displaced by Hurricane Harvey, 12 years after it helped a similar group after Hurricane Katrina.
Thursday, August 31N.H.'s Franklin Pierce University Offers Free Semester to Students Displaced by Harvey
Franklin Pierce University is offering free tuition, room, and board for the fall semester to up to 20 college students displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Tuesday, August 01Summer Update from the President's Office
"As summer winds down, I am excited for a new academic year to begin. While our College of Graduate and Professional Studies students have continued their studies throughout the summer, we look forward to the return of our undergraduate students to the College at Rindge campus at the end of this month, and among them, a new flock of Ravens in the Class of 2021..."
Tuesday, July 18Women Who Lead
Stories of inspirational and influential women within the region.
Friday, May 26President Mooney Featured on Breaking Barriers Panel
Franklin Pierce University President Kim Mooney was featured on a panel of prominent leaders sponsored by Bernstein Shur and the New Hampshire Women's Bar Association called, "Breaking Barriers - A Conversation with Female Trailblazers in New Hampshire's Business, Non-Profit and Legal Communities."
Friday, February 03Franklin Pierce Awarded Non-Profit of the Year
Franklin Pierce University is proud to announce that it has been chosen by the Jaffrey Chamber of Commerce as the organization's 2016 "Non-Profit of the Year."
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