Established in 1994, the Dietz Center is the home of Career Services/Professional Development. The vision of the building was fathered by Dr. Clifford H. Dietz, an associate alumnus and trustee of the College. His vision was that one day Franklin College would have a program to help professionally "polish" its students by better preparing them for life after graduation. Dr. Dietz and his wife Paula backed up this idea with a $3.4 million donation to build this living and learning center to be known as the Dietz Center for Professional Development. Dietz Center provides housing for upperclass men and women and also has areas designated for substance - free living.
|Capacity:||108 (Women = 68, Men = 38)|
|Design:||60 singles & 12 suites (2 bedrooms sharing a bathroom)|
|Dimensions:||Single - 9’ x 15’ Double -12’ x 18’|
|Telephone (free usage of campus voicemail)|
|Fitness center for residents|