If you already have a My Franklin Self-Service account for Shared Access, click the myFranklin Shared Access button below to log in:
What is Shared Access?
Shared Access is a feature of Franklin’s online student records system (known as My Franklin Self-Service) that allows students to provide parents or guardians with online access to their student account information. Via the Shared Access feature of My Franklin Self-Service, a student can choose to share one or more of the following items with a parent/guardian:
Displays student's progress toward a declared major and minor (or Core Curriculum if undeclared).
Displays student's course schedule for the current semester.
Display student’s financial charges, payments, credits and account balance.
Displays all courses taken by the student at Franklin, transfer credits awarded, final grades and the student's cumulative grade-point average.
Displays student's grades for individual semesters.
Displays the address that Franklin has on file for the student.
Displays items that may be preventing the student from completing certain processes (for example, registering for courses, viewing their grades).
How do I obtain a My Franklin Self-Service login for Shared Access?
Students must explicitly invite their parent/guardian to share their information and to create a login account to My Franklin Self-Service. Students send the invitation by logging into their My Franklin Self-Service account and navigating to:
My Profile > Shared Access > Invite a User
This results in an email invitation being sent to a parent/guardian that contains a link for creating his/her own login account in My Franklin Self-Service.
Once the parent/guardian has created an account in My Franklin Self-Service, he/she may securely log in to view the information that his/her student has chosen to share.
Parents/guardians can log in directly at http://selfservice.fus.edu/SelfService/
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