Residence hall living can be one of the most meaningful experiences in your time at Franklin Pierce University. The time you spend in your living community with other students will provide you with many lasting memories and friendships. The Residential Life staff is here to assist you in making the transition from your home to your residence hall and then, once you have "settled in," to continue to be of assistance to you throughout your residential experience.
To better enhance each student's residential experience, all class levels are housed separately. This delineation is meant to promote community development within the same class standing to better meet the academic and social needs of each group. Besides living amongst peers, Residential Life and Student Activities provide community events to bridge classroom learning to residential living. This enables students to establish meaningful relationships with their peers while engaging in large or small group activities. Learn more about each area: First Year, Sophomores, Juniors, Senior
Franklin Pierce University, College at Rindge, is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and productive learning environment within our community. The FPU Student Conduct process exists to promote justice and fairness, by providing students who are accused of violating the Student Code of Conduct, and may face judicial sanctions, with an opportunity to be heard. It is expected that each person will grow to have a greater respect for self, others, and property. Learn more about Franklin Pierce student conduct and community standards.
Here you'll find easy access to all the forms you need regarding your housing at Franklin Pierce University. This includes a questionnaire for your housing preference and your housing contract. The Residential Life Forms Page also contains links to important information that will ensure a safe and enjoyable living experience at Franklin Pierce.
We're here to make sure your residential life experience at Franklin Pierce is rewarding,
safe and fully-integrated
with all aspects of living and learning in a liberal arts community. You will meet three types of staff in your residence hall. Each has a role in helping students adjust to college life and make the most of residential, social and academic life at Franklin Pierce. Meet the staff.
Life at Franklin Pierce University is as busy as you want it to be. Join a club. Make the team. Take a trip into Boston. Head to the mountains. Help rebuild homes in New Orleans for Alternative Spring Break. Sign out a kayak and paddle around Pearly Pond. Take in a comedy show or musical performance in Pierce Hall. Or just meet with friends over pizza in the Raven's Nest, in your room or around campus. The opportunities are limitless and the choice is yours.