Monday, November 19Canceled: William Landay Event and Classes After 5 p.m. Monday
Due to inclement weather, the Wiliam Landay event, scheduled for Monday, November 19th, and classes after 5 p.m. Monday will be canceled.
Tuesday, November 13Raven Sports Network Launches NE10 NOW Live Streaming
The Northeast-10 Conference and Franklin Pierce University are excited to announce that it will partner with PrestoSports and Stretch Internet Solutions to create and launch NE10 NOW, a Conference-wide digital streaming platform, in November 2018.
Thursday, November 08Open for Business: Monadnock Hall is new home of College of Business
Business students and faculty on the Rindge campus have a new home on the first floor of Monadnock Hall. After months of renovations, the College of Business has officially moved into inviting space that has been thoughtfully designed to foster community and engagement of business students, faculty, community members, alumni and business partners.
Monday, November 05Women’s Soccer Dominant in NE10 Championship Final, Bests Assumption, 3-0
Sunday evening at Sodexo Field was a bit quieter in terms of offensive output than Friday night, but it was even louder in terms of import.
Friday, November 02Women’s Soccer Chalks Up Three Major NE10 Awards, Boasts Six All-Conference Selections
The selection of junior forward Veronica Marques (Sao Paulo, Brazil) as Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year highlighted a banner day for the Franklin Pierce University women’s soccer team, as the Ravens hauled in a bevy of awards.
Thursday, October 25Franklin Pierce University Welcomes NECHE's Accreditation Team
Please join the Franklin Pierce community in welcoming the members of the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE, formerly known as NEASC) accreditation team who will be visiting our Rindge Campus from Sunday, November 4 through Wednesday, November 7 and the Manchester Center on Monday, November 5.
Thursday, October 25Raven’s in the Community: Athletics Assists with Harvest Fair
Student-athletes from the Ravens’ men’s and women’s ice hockey teams, as well as the women’s lacrosse program helped with the setup and execution of the event, which was put on in conjunction with the Rindge Chamber of Commerce.
Wednesday, October 17Public Notice: Invitation for Public Comments
Franklin Pierce University will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit November 4-7, 2018, by a team representing the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, NEASC). The public is invited to submit comments regarding the institution.
Friday, October 12Franklin Pierce one of Top Women-Led Nonprofits in NH
Franklin Pierce University and President Kim Mooney ’83 were named to Business NH Magazine’s list of Top Women-Led Businesses and Nonprofits for 2018.
Thursday, October 11Join us for the 2018 New Hampshire Bat Festival
This one-day festival will educate attendees through short presentations on species of bats living in New Hampshire, the beneficial contributions of bats to our environment, the crisis of bat population decline, and how the public can help Granite State bat populations to recover.
Wednesday, October 10Visit us in Rindge for our next Open House on October 14
Open House - Join Us on Campus and Get to Know Raven Nation!
Thursday, October 04Ravens in the Community: Women’s Lacrosse Helps out at Wheels 4 Paws
Members of the Franklin Pierce University women’s lacrosse team donated their time to a Wheels 4 Paws fundraising event put on by the Monadnock Humane Society.
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8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.