Tuesday, February 13A Look Ahead: Raven Athletics
A recent analysis of the 27 sports in which our 509 student-athletes compete offers a valuable assessment of how Franklin Pierce University Athletics can thrive in the 21st century. As Franklin Pierce continues to grow in reputation and impact, regionally and nationally, this thorough analysis advances a vision that supports the University’s membership in the NCAA Division II and the Northeast-10 (NE10) Conference.
Friday, February 02Sophomores Present Video: Dungeons and Distractions at International Conference
On January 4, 2018, Franklin Pierce University students, Teagen and Tyler Comeau, joined Franklin Pierce Assistant Professor, Dr. Jacqueline Kelleher, at the 16th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education.
Friday, February 02All female firefighter crew responds to Rindge accident
Five Franklin Pierce University students responded out of the on-campus fire station on Jan. 22 for a motor vehicle accident.
Monday, January 29Raven Basketball Is Saving Lives from Cancer from Beyond The Arc in the Coaches vs. Cancer 3-Point Challenge
Making 3-point shots this basketball season has taken on additional meaning for the Franklin Pierce University basketball teams. The Ravens are using their spotlight on the court to raise money for the American Cancer Society as a part of the national Coaches vs. Cancer 3-Point Challenge.
Friday, January 19Manchester Center Meet and Greet with Franklin Pierce University President Dr. Kim Mooney
Community Leaders gathered for a Meet & Greet with Franklin Pierce University President Dr. Kim Mooney at our Manchester
Friday, January 19Student Assists Professor in Timely Opioid Research
Franklin Pierce Junior Annalea (Annie) Wohlgemuth, a native of Temple, NH, is doing her part to help gain insight into this threat to public safety
Thursday, January 18Winter Fun! Tubing with the President
President Mooney and some of the faculty got in on the fun tubing down the lawn in front of Peterson Manor.
Tuesday, January 16New On-Campus Cafe
The Library Cafe project is the result of the hard work of the Business Incubator student group who suggested the idea of a cafe on campus.
Thursday, January 11North Korea nuclear program distracts us - by Assistant Professor Christina Cliff
As pressure mounts between the U.S. and North Korea, there’s good reason to worry. U.S. intelligence agencies have underestimated Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program, and President Donald Trump and North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un have relentlessly traded insults in recent months, increasing tension between the two countries.
Tuesday, January 09Bridging the gap between academia and the job market
After building the highly-regarded health sciences program in 2012, producing students in great demand, FPU has turned its sights on generating more and more graduates who can slide easily into other workforces.
Monday, January 082017 Fall Semester Recap - a photo slideshow of the Rindge campus semester
As we all look forward to the Spring semester, let's take a moment to look back at our successful Fall semester.
Monday, January 08Long Way Home - walking the thousand year-old pilgrimage route called the Camino de Santiago
This unique study abroad program is comprised of studying and then walking the thousand year-old pilgrimage route called the Camino de Santiago from France to Spain.
Mon - Fri:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.