Implement academic theories studied in the classroom in one of the four Centers on campus. Explore pressing issues, make a difference, and gain valuable experience while working closely with faculty to explore topics that have real-world implications. The three academic institutes are regularly recognized for their relevant work, that is both published and broadcasted. They attract renowned speakers and gain attention from the press and surrounding community.
The Fitzwater Center is home to the Department of Communication, campus radio station, television station, Pierce Arrow newspaper, and PoliticsFitzU.
Global climate change poses an unprecedented, urgent challenge to the natural environment and to the quality, even the continuance, of human life. Franklin Pierce University’s Institute for Climate Action seeks to raise awareness of this challenge and promote efforts to meet it.
Develop a more effective public voice at this non-partisan academic center committed to strengthening communities through public deliberation and dialogue.
The Rindge campus hosts a variety of events for weddings, business retreats, personal gatherings, and more.