Take the First Step and Apply for Admission

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It is never too late to pursue education and advance your career to the next level. You already maintain a busy schedule and as you balance work, home, and time for yourself, you may not believe that you have time to return to school.

At Franklin Pierce, courses are offered either online, in class, or in a hybrid format. Academic terms start throughout the year that give you the flexibility to create a schedule that works for you.

Discover your potential in a program that integrates the liberal arts with professional studies. Work closely with professors who are experts in their fields and who understand the unique needs of adult students. With small classes, your professors will get to know the real you, which means they not only provide academic support, but can also serve as a professional network upon graduation.

You will graduate from Franklin Pierce as a confident leader, ready to navigate this networked 21st Century and push your future to great success.

Three Easy Steps to Apply

Step 1: Apply

Apply Online. Fill out this simple application to start the enrollment process for our online-only undergraduate programs!

  • Online Certificate
  • Online Associate degree
  • Online Bachelor degree

Step 2: Forms

Official Transcripts. Print the transcript request form and send to all previously attended institutions. If you have not attended any higher education institution, please send your high school transcripts.

Step 3: Financial Aid

Financing Your Education. All the information you need about paying for school and advanced placement opportunities are available in our Office of Student Financial Services. Whether you're interested in student loans, grants, scholarships. alternative forms of credit, or how to pay your tuition online, our Office of Student Financial Services can point you in the right direction.

Contact Undergraduate Online Admissions

(800) 325-1090
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.