|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Franklin and Marshall College Students||8%||20%||59%||24%||2%||1%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Franklin and Marshall College in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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A school that provides you with excellent academics and has admirable reputation (especially for graduate school). A very good option for those hoping to work in the medical field. Just be aware that the school is small, which can feel limiting at times.
Just be aware that the school is small, which can feel limiting at times.
I like the small community and how engaged everybody is. The professors are also amazing and always available to help.
I have no major complaints at the moment.
I actually transferred to F&M for the spring semester of my freshman year. I wouldn't trade it for the world-- the campus is so inviting, there are plenty of things to do downtown, and the academics are like a small ivy-league school.
There was nothing that I didn't like--I grew up in this area and overlooked it, knew that it was the right place for me during my fall semester away at another college, and came back to my dream school.
Franklin & Marshall small private liberal arts that cause staff to get to know you and understand your situation. I like the close bond you get with the professor because you are able to connect. The clubs and social life in F&M can be better but coming during COVID with hybrid classes social life will look way different than before. The classes are good with specific professors but overall good. The professors are also very understanding.
One of the things F&M can get better is the pay rate for on-campus jobs. Also, sometimes the food can get repetitive so have other options for food.