Franklin College

Franklin College is an accredited and respected residential liberal arts academy serving an average of 1,000 students associated with the American Baptist Churches USA organization.

The lovely campus contains some 70 acres devoted to athletic fields and 86 acres of beautiful campus area. Since it is situated in the rapidly-growing Indianapolis suburb of Franklin, in Central Indiana, the school’s alumni get the benefits of studying just a short distance from one of the great cities of the world. Franklin College is a mainstay for Franklin education, and for Indianapolis education, by extension.

Students at Franklin College can choose from 50 majors and 37 minors for their Bachelor’s degrees, and the school also offers ten vocational programs.

The school also has a full range of activities programs and services, and belongs to the NCAA Division III and the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.

A historic college in a historic Midwestern town, Franklin College was founded in 1834 and has the distinction of being the first such school in the state to admit female students. It is also one of the first such institutions to initiate a formalized program to create a climate neutral campus.

Franklin College
101 Branigin Blvd
Franklin, IN 46131

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