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A Franklin Pierce University education is more affordable than you think. Our Office of Student Financial Services works with students and families to help them locate the resources they need to fund their education. Whether you are seeking admission as an undergraduate or are considering enrollment in our College of Graduate and Professional Studies, you will receive personal attention and professional advice to guide you through your application. Use the links below to learn more.
Looking for a university-style education with the personal attention of a small college? Come to Rindge. The College at Rindge is home to our four-year residential undergraduate program. We offer bachelor’s degrees in 24 major courses of study, along with 29 minors, two certificate programs, and four pre-professional tracks.
Returning to school to get your degree? Choose from eight associate’s degrees, 10 bachelor’s degrees and eight certificate programs. All are specifically designed to enhance your career and give you the skills you need to succeed in today’s economy.
From business to information technology, and from education to health care, Franklin Pierce offers nationally-recognized graduate programs that combine relevant coursework with hands-on experience—with schedules and options that fit your busy life.
Here’s distance learning that will bring you closer to your goals! Choose from fully-accredited online or hybrid formats, available for both our adult undergraduate and graduate degree programs.