“I come from a high school of four thousand people, so I didn’t really know what to expect coming to a smaller college. Coming to Franklin, I really enjoyed a more individualized environment. There’s a camaraderie between students and strong relationships with professors.” – Dittrich
The biology major found that Franklin College’s smaller population of students helps him feel like he is an important part of the campus.
Walking around Franklin College’s small campus, it is not uncommon to recognize nearly every face. There is familiarity and friendliness between everyone in the college community – including faculty, staff and students. This sense of belonging has allowed the proud Sigma Alpha Epsilon brother to thrive at FC.
Gunnar’s involvement in the Franklin College’s basketball team and Earth Club allowed him to break out of his comfort zone and try new things. Mixing academics with sports and extracurricular activities is easy at Franklin.
“College has helped me come out of my shell a little bit because I’m usually not the most outgoing person. So, I feel like Franklin has helped me get out there, talk to people, and get to know them a bit more.” – Dittrich
Instead of making its students feel like faces in a crowd, Franklin College provides a sense of community for its students. The college knows all its students want to feel accepted in their four-year home, so Franklin’s smaller size is its biggest advantage.
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