Franklin Pierce University's guidelines, expectations, and processes were developed
with guidance from, and in some part are governed by, the Centers for Disease Control
(CDC), the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services NHDHHS), and the
New Hampshire Governor’s Office. We use their guidance in creating decisions concerning
testing, quarantine and isolation, and reserve the right to decide on protocol and
procedures that best fit the safety of the Franklin Pierce community needs.
In the interest of maintaining the health and safety of our community, students and parents were notified via email of changes to our current Student Code of Conduct process as it will relate, going forward, to egregious acts that constitute a violation of our COVID-19 rules and precautions and pose an increased threat to our safety. Please view the updates here.
“The health and safety of Raven Nation will depend on your commitment to follow the guidelines we have put in place to safeguard the health and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and surrounding communities. These guidelines are not requests, they are crucial requirements we must all live by on campus. I ask that you make a personal commitment to know them, abide by them and demand that others do the same. This will be our collective responsibility all day and every day. Be vigilant, be considerate, be flexible, and be ready for these necessary changes. Together we can ensure that everyone stays safe and well as we reengage with living and learning at Franklin Pierce University.”
‒ President Kim Mooney
What You Need To Know