The mission of the Franklin Pierce Alumni Association is to engage and foster strong lifelong bonds between the University and its alumni body. The Alumni Association works to promote, maintain and establish networking and social events & programs that will represent the interests of all alumni.
Each graduate is part of a diverse, ever growing, worldwide community of nearly 18,000 alumnus. The Alumni Association understands the importance that tradition plays on and off the variety of campuses and values the past and those who have come before us while building for the Pierce's future.Why do we Award Scholarships?
We believe that it is necessary, as alumni devoted to the efforts of the University,
to be supportive of the students who contribute to the Franklin Pierce community.
Thus, we award scholarships in an effort to:
1) Recognize students who are leaders.
2) Recognize students who demonstrate a commitment to their community.
3) Commend students who have demonstrated academic excellence.
4) Help in lessening the financial burden for students who demonstrate need.
The Alumni Association receives royalties on your purchases from our affinity partnerships, such as Liberty Mutual, that goes to help fund the alumni scholarship program, which awards over $34,000 to deserving students at the College at Rindge and the College of Graduate and Professional Studies. You get great discounts on services and products you use, and supporting these partners helps ensure the future of the Alumni Scholarship program at Franklin Pierce.
Members of the Scholarship Committee volunteer to review the scholarship applications. The committee is comprised of members and non-members of the board of directors. The Committee is chaired by the Vice President of Academics Relations. Each member of the committee reviews each of the applications on his or her own and submits his or her votes to the committee chairperson.What are we looking for?
The Scholarship Committee is looking for students who best exemplify the Franklin Pierce University vision. This includes your role as an "Individual in the Community," and your understanding of "intellect and character" and "leader of conscience" in the context of your life at Franklin Pierce.Where can I get an application for this scholarship?
Applications can be downloaded from the College at Rindge scholarship applications webpage, or contact the Student Financial Services office.
Applications can be downloaded from the College of Graduate and Professional Studies scholarship applications webpage, or contact your center director for an application.
Contact Alumni Relations: or call 877-372-2586 (toll free U.S. only) or 603- 899-4030 (Country Code 011 for International Calls).
Julie Zahn, Assistant Vice President
Mon - Fri:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.