Student Services

Academic & Student Life Services

Whether you're looking for academic assistance, help writing your resume, referral to a health clinic or you simply need tips on how to make the most of campus technology, at Franklin Pierce you will find the support you need to succeed academically and in all facets of student life. Our comfortably-sized campus means you will always be treated as a person, not just a name on a roster. Our student services are designed to provide support, prompt answers to your questions and personal guidance in everything from admissions and enrollment to preparing for life after graduation.

Center for Academic Excellence

Receive guidance from professional and student staff that will help you reach your full academic potential through individual appointments, workshops, and more.


Peter C. Wensberg Writing Center

Get help in a variety of writing aspects with the Wensberg Writing Center.

Health Services

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Campus Safety


Residential Life


Counseling and Outreach Education


Student Financial Services

Learn more about the many financial aid opporunities available to you.


The Lloyd & Helen Ament Astmann'69 Career Center.

Student success is our priority at Franklin Pierce University and career preparation is a process that begins the moment students arrive on campus. Career Services helps our students proactively navigate an ever-evolving employment landscape with resources and support that maximize the potential of every Raven.


Information Technology

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Dining Services

On-Campus Amenities
Internet Access

Internet access is available to all computers on campus, in computer labs as well as residence halls with the option to connect wirelessly to the network. The network is connected to the Internet via a T-1 link for the highest speed available.

Cable Television System

The University Cable Television system provides service to all campus residences without charge. Students may bring a TV from home and receive all available programming, which includes a campus-wide messaging network (FPAN--Franklin Pierce Activity Network).

Campus Post Office

The Campus Post Office, located in the Campus Center, is a sub station of the U.S. Postal Service, and is governed by the U.S. Postal Service regulations applicable to such rural stations. Mail should be addressed as follows:

Student's Name
Franklin Pierce University
FP Box. [#]
Rindge, NH 03461-0060