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Note for Home Schooled Students: In addition to materials required for all incoming students, home schooled students should also submit:
- Official transcript of all course work taken (if applicable)
- Portfolios including documents such as:
- Research papers
- Art work
- Community service projects
- Educational trips or programs
- Writing samples
- Other pertinent documents
Running Start: Franklin College offers high school-aged students a unique opportunity to begin their college education on our campus. Through the "Running Start" program, qualified high school students can take freshman-level college courses in English, math, social and natural sciences and humanities. Running Start students will receive college credit for these classes, which may be applied toward a degree at Franklin or any other college or university that will accept the transfer credit. Convenient class times allow students to arrange Running Start courses around their high school schedules and activities.
For more information about our Running Start program, please click here.
Readmission to Franklin College: Print a PDF application
Former Franklin College students who have withdrawn from FC, will need to complete our Readmission application and have their transcripts forwarded to the college (if applicable).
Part Time Non-Degree Seeking Application: Print a PDF application
Employee Course Benefit: Employees of Franklin College who would like to take a course during the semester must complete an Employee Course Registration Form. Print the PDF form here.