Franklin students travel great distances, and often those experiences of being in the world and studying across borders help them build and strengthen relationships. Our alumni and their families often refer to this phenomenon as becoming part of the Franklin Family, and it is the ties built from overcoming distances and providing mutual support that make the “family” a reality.
This section is dedicated to those who support their students while they have the educational experience of their lives. Franklin staff and faculty are dedicated to helping bridge the gap between students and their families at home, creating resources and opportunities for parents and families to provide that support even at great distances. The information in this section and linked below is intended to function as a reference for families, identifying ways to be present and help students succeed in their courageous ventures of obtaining an international education and living a cross-cultural experience.
Useful Pages for Families
The following pages on our website are helpful references for parents and family members needing contacts or policy information.
- Resources for Parents and Families
- Useful Phone Numbers
- Parent Handbook
- The Residences
- Important Dates
- Shared Access for Parents
- FERPA Policy
Keeping in Touch
Knowing what is happening on campus can help families to keep in touch and be present for their students at Franklin. The resources below can keep families up to date on what is happening on campus, as well as provide opportunities for direct involvement with the University and other family members of current students.