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Support the new academic and athletic programs
Franklin Pierce University broke ground for the construction of the new Dr. Arthur and Martha Pappas Health Sciences and Athletic Training Center on the Rindge campus. Adjacent to the Field House, this new space will not only efficiently serve our athletes, it provides both the classrooms and a “living laboratory” in which students in the new Health Sciences program can observe and gain practical, hands-on experience
|The Dr. Arthur and Martha Pappas Health Sciences and Athletic Training Center provides the physical space for Franklin Pierce to expand the curriculum in response to the growing demand from our students for enhanced
preparation and guidance for entering healthcare fields after graduation.
- Kim Mooney, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
|A most generous gift has given our athletic training department the ability to provide a "state of the art" facility so that we may better serve our expanding athletic community.
- Cindy Arman, Head Athletic Trainer
|The athletic trainers do a tremendous amount of work with students and these facilities will give them more opportunities to assist athletes and get them back out on the field, court, etc. sooner. I am excited to see upcoming athletes and trainers have the opportunity to make use of this new facility.
- Michael Busto, Class of 2012
|We are both pursuing physical therapy as a career and we are also involved with athletics. There is not enough space for the athletic trainers where we work now. This new building is going to great for the athletic training and also for the Health Sciences classes we're going to be taking. Having new labs and equipment will really help in A&P!
- Dayna Mercadante and Kendra Lajoieo, Class of 2015