Committed to maintaining a diverse community in an atmosphere of mutual respect, Franklin College provides an opportunity for students to live and study among other races, cultures, sexual orientations, economic backgrounds, and more.
To be successful in a diverse environment, students can expect support from several administrative and academic departments, including the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, which strives to promote a campus community that fosters the holistic development of underrepresented students by providing relevant services to support their academic pursuit, expressing genuine care for their personal development and well-being, advocating on their behalf and encouraging the full use of all college resources.
Through the Office of Admission, students can learn how they can contribute to our diverse campus and even earn financial assistance along the way. Learn more about our scholarship opportunities below.
The Aspire Scholarship promotes diversity and inclusion for incoming freshmen and is intended for students of underrepresented populations who are admitted to the college. Awards range from $1,000 – $10,000. This program is invitation-only. To be considered, students must apply for admission by Dec. 1 and participate in a scholarship interview during the February or March Admitted Student Overnight Program.
Register for the Admitted Student Overnight Program
Note: You must be admitted before you are eligible to register for ASOP.
All questions should be directed to Jasmine Rodriguez, Associate Director of Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of the Center for Leadership Development (CLD) is to foster the advancement of minority youth in Central Indiana as future professional, business and community leaders by providing experiences that encourage personal development and educational attainment.
As a partnering institution, Franklin College is thrilled to honor this award. To be eligible, students must fulfill the following:
- Be on track to complete the CLD Program.
- Earn a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and a minimum score of 1110 on the SAT and/or 22 on the ACT.
- File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application by April 15.
The IPS AP Achievement Award provides financial assistance for two students who graduate from an IPS high school. To be eligible, students must:
- Graduate from an Indianapolis Public Schools High School.
- Complete at least two AP, International Baccalaureate or Dual Enrollment courses by the end of their senior year.
- Receive a minimum of a B- or higher in their AP, International Baccalaureate or Dual Enrollment courses. Final grades will be requested at the end of the school year to confirm eligibility.
- Earn a weighted cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher.
- File the FAFSA application by April 15.
Franklin College will guarantee full tuition for up to five Starfish Scholars with a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale through a combination of state, federal and FC grants/scholarships. To apply, Starfish Scholars must submit a 1-2 page essay by March 1 detailing what they will contribute from their experience as a Starfish Scholar at Franklin College.
This essay, as well as questions, should be directed to Jasmine Rodriguez, Associate Director of Admissions at email@example.com.
For more information, visit www.StarfishInitiative.org.
At Franklin, we will challenge you to stretch beyond your present capacities and become an active partner in your education. You will also be given opportunities to develop your leadership potential and to explore the world beyond the classroom and the campus through various opportunities. Your personal and academic growth are at the center of this institution. To learn more about opportunities and resources on campus, visit our Office of Diversity and Inclusion:
For more information
Associate Director of Admisions: Multicultural Recruitment