Location:101 Branigin Blvd.
Franklin, IN 46131
1st Floor of Old Main
Office Hours:8:00a – 5:00p Monday – Thursday
8:00a – 4:00p Friday
Phone:317.738.8026
Fax:317.738.8738
Email:humanresources@FranklinCollege.edu

 

Medicalwww.myuhc.com
Logo - UnitedHealthcare866.414.1959
Dentalwww.deltadental.com
Logo-Delta Dental800.524.0149
Visionwww.vsp.com
Logo-Lincoln Financial Group800.877.7195
Life Insurance/Long-term Disabilitywww.lfg.com
Logo-Lincoln Financial Group800.423.2765
Health Savings Account (HSA)www.optumbank.com
Logo-OptumBank800.243.5543
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)www.myuhc.com
Logo - UnitedHealthcare800.331.0480
Retirementwww.tiaa.org
Logo-TIAA800.842.2252
Travel Accident Insurancewww.thehartford.com
Logo - The Hartford800.678.6702

 

Tuition for full-time students$31,810
Room (residence halls)$5,682
Full Board Plans$3,837
Board: 10 Meal only$3,495
Board: Immersive Term$427
Tuition Per Credit – Master of Science in Athletic Training$735
Activity Fee$200

 

Office of Admissions:
Email: admissions@FranklinCollege.edu
Office Phone: 317.738.8075
Financial Aid Office:
Email: finaid@FranklinCollege.edu
Office Phone: 317.738.8075
VA Certifying Official:
Jarrod Brett, Coordinator of Student Achievement
Email: jbrett@FranklinCollege.edu
Office Phone: 317.738.8132

 

2015-2016*2016-2017*2017-2018^3 year aggregate
Number of students graduating from program who took examination5121027
Number of students who passed the examination on the first attempt4117**22
Percentage of students who passed the examination on the first attempt 80%92%70%**81%
Number of students who passed the examination regardless of the number of attempts512926
Percentage of students who passed the examination regardless of the number of attempts100%100%90%96%

 

2015-2016*2016-2017*2017-2018^3 year aggregate
Number of students graduating from program 51210**27
Student Graduation Rate (%)83%92%77%**84%

 

2015-2016*2016-2017*2017-2018^3 year aggregate
Number of students employed as AT4108**22
Student Employment Rate as AT (%)80%77%80%**79%
Number of students employed as other0202
Student Employment Rate as other (%)0%15%0%7%
Number of students not employed1+02+3
Student Not Employment Rate (%)20%0%20%11%

 

TermCredit HoursTuition for TermBill DateDue Date
Deposit$250Upon acceptanceMarch 15
Summer7 $5,145*May 15June 15
Fall12$8,820July 15August 15
Winter3$2,205December 15January 15
Spring12$8,820December 15January 15

 

TermCredit HoursTuition for TermBill DateDue Date
Fall12$8,820July 15August 15
Winter4$2,940December 15January 15
Spring10$7,350December 15January 15

 

TermCredit HoursTuition for TermBill DateDue Date
Deposit $1,000Upon acceptance
Intensive (January)8$6,126*January 5thJanuary 15th
Spring18$13,784January 5thJanuary 15th
Summer17$13,018May 15thJune 15th
Fall23$17,613July 15thAugust 15th

 

Spring17$13,018January 5thJanuary 15th
Summer 9$6,892 May 15thJune 15th
Fall13$9,955July 15thAugust 15th
Capstone (January)6$4,594 January 5th January 15th

 

RequiredHighly Recommended
MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) SeriesHepatitis A Series
Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis – Primary Series, Booster as Indicated and TdapMeningococcal Serogroup B Series
Polio Series
Human Papillomaviris Series
Varicella Series or history of diseaseInfluenza Vaccination
Hepatitis B Series
Meningococcal Quadrivalent (A, C, Y, W-135)

 

Prior to the first day of class 100%
During the first week of class 90%
During the second week of class70%
During the third week of class 50%
After the third week of class 0%

 

Prior to the first day of class 100%
During the first week of class 75%
During the second week of class50%
During the third week of class 0%

 

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OpportunityAdvantage
Annual GivingOutright gifts made annually provide current support to Franklin College.
Gifts can be made with cash, securities, tangible personal property or real estate.
They can be designated to help a program or project of special interest.
Outright gifts entitle you to a charitable tax deduction in the year the gift is made.
You receive the satisfaction of knowing your gift is put to use right away.
Planned GivingPlanned gifts are gifts that provide future support to Franklin College.
Planned gifts are donations made through provisions in your will, revocable living trust, life insurance, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts or other similar arrangements.
Many gift plans offer immediate benefits such as specific tax advantages for you and your heirs or a lifetime stream of income.
You receive the satisfaction of helping future generations of Franklin College students.
Capital & Endowment GiftsCapital gifts are gifts that provide for renovating and maintaining existing buildings and campus grounds, major equipment purchases or constructing new spaces on campus.
Capital gifts are typically given for a specific purpose or project need.
Gifts to the endowment provide ongoing and continuous support to Franklin College.
Endowment gifts are invested in perpetuity to produce income and distributed according to the endowment distribution policy.
Distribution of endowment income provides support for a college program, student scholarship or faculty position that you have chosen.
Outright capital or endowment gifts entitle you to a charitable tax deduction in the year the gift is made.
You receive the satisfaction of providing a strong and stable future for Franklin College.

 

Gold Key Circle $10,000 and above
1834 Circle $5,000 to $9,999
Ben Franklin Circle$2,500 to $4,999
President’s Circle$1,000 to $2,499

 

Level of GivingCumulative GiftsDeferred Gifts
Leaders for Life$1,000,000 or more$1,000,000 or more
Chairman’s Circle$500,000 to $999,999$750,000
Ambassador’s Circle$250,000 to $499,999$500,000
Founder’s Circle$100,000 to $249,999$250,000
Scholar’s Circle$50,000 to $99,999$100,000
Old Main Society$25,000 to $49,999$50,000
President’s Club$10,000 to $24,999$25,000

 

AP TestPassing ScoreCredit HoursCourse Equivalence
Art History44ART 116
Biology44BIO 114
Chemistry410CHE 121, 122
Comp. Government & Politics44POL 332
Computer Science
– Computer Science A43CMP 141
– Computer Science AB46CMP 141, 142
English Lang/Comp44LA 101
English Literature44LA 101
English Literature58LA 101 and LA 201
European History43HIS XXX
(will satisfy one course in category C of the history curriculum – see History curriculum)
Economics44ECO 115
French (language & literature)*48FRE 110, 111
Mathematics
– Calculus AB44MAT 135
(or Calculus BC with AB subscore of 3 or higher)
– Calculus BC49MAT 135, 140, 142
(and AB subscore of 3 or higher)
Statistics43MAT 224
Physics
– Physics C – Mechanics45PHY 201
– Physics C – Elect. & Magnetism45PHY 202
Spanish* 48SPA 110, 111
Studio Art43ART 160
Psychology44PSY 117
U.S. Government & Politics44POL 221
U.S. History46HIS 120, 121
World History 44HIS 205

 

IB SubjectScoreCourse(s)Credit Hours
Biology (HL)5, 6, or 7BIO 134/BIO 1404/4 (total of 8 hours)
Chemistry (HL)5, 6, or 7CHE 1124
Computer Science (HL)5, 6, or 7CMP 1303
Economics (HL)5, 6, or 7ECO 1154
English A1 (HL)5, 6, or 7ENG XXX 3 undistributed credits
English A2 (HL)5, 6, or 7ENG XXX3 undistributed credits
French (HL)5FRE 2104
-In order to earn credit for FRE 110 and 111, student must take FRE 211 at FC and earn a C- or better.
French (HL)6FRE 2114
-In order to earn credit for FRE 110, 111, and 210, student must take FRE 300-level at FC and earn a C- or better.
French (HL)7FRE XXX (300-level)4
-In order to earn credit for FRE 111, 210, and 211, student must take a FRE 300-level course at FC earning a C- or better.
Mathematics (HL)5, 6, or 7MAT 135 4
Philosophy5, 6, or 7PHL 1164
Psychology5, 6, or 7PSY 1174
Social Anthropology 5, 6, or 7SOX 1233
Spanish (HL)5SPA 2104
-In order to earn credit for SPA 110 and 111, student must take SPA 211 at FC and earn a C- or better.
Spanish (HL)6SPA 2114
-In order to earn credit for SPA 110, 111, and 210, student must take SPA300-level at FC and earn a C- or better.
Spanish (HL)7SPA XXX (300-level)4
-In order to earn credit for SPA 111, 210, and 211, student must take a SPA 300-level course at FC earning a C- or better.
Theatre Arts (HL)5, 6, or 7THE 110/THE 1253/3 (total of 6 hours)

 

Atterbury National Guard Base
Edinburgh, IN
(Danielle Hopkins, ’15)
Indiana Plant Atlas – Butler University Herbarium
Indianapolis, IN
(Megan Smith, ’14)
Hamilton County Soil & Water Conservation District
Noblesville, IN
(Megan Smith, '14)
Central Indiana Land Trust
Indianapolis, IN
(Alysa Hopkins, ’13)
Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge
Seymour, IN
(Dustin Land, ’12; Sam Smith, ‘14)
Third Rock Consultants
Louisville, KY
(Taylor Paden, ’12)
The Nature Conservancy
Hammond, IN
(Jake Hojnacki, ’12)
Johnson County GIS Lab
Franklin, IN
(Sarah Sweeney, ’14)
Raptor Rehabilitation Center
Hardy Lake State Reservoir, IN
(Megan Smith, ’14)
Ocean Mammal Institute
Maui, Hawaii
(Tara Tiller-Todd, ’12)
Bellrose Waterfowl Research
Center Havana, IL
(Mike Wood, ’14 and Max Laurreur ’15)
Missouri Department of Conservation
Columbia, Missouri
(Sarah Sweeney, ’14)
Audubon Center of the North Woods
Sandstone, Minnesota
(Carman Wessel, ’13)
University of California Irvine REU
Irvine, California
(Stephanie Beasley, ’13)
Bimini Shark Research Station
Bahamas
(Danny (Trey) Thurston, ’14)
Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge
USFWS, Maryland
(Jessica Helmbold, ’07)

 

Franklin College ScholarshipsApplication DeadlineApplication Form(s)
Belisle Award for Field Biology Researchrollingapplication
The Belisle Award was established by Ms. Amy Belisle ’98 to encourage and assist promising Franklin College biology students to pursue field biology projects under the direction and supervision of their faculty members.
Betty Freeborn Award for Undergrad Science Researchapplication
In 2009 the Betty Freeborn Award for Undergraduate Science Research was established. It is the first of its kind at Franklin College, and was set up to help science students with funding for undergraduate research projects. The endowment comes from alumna Betty Freeborn, class of 1963. Freeborn graduated with a degree in biology. She was a member of Alpha Honorary Society and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Freeborn has worked in various lab positions at Yale University throughout her career. She has prepared ribosome samples for Dr. Peter Moore and Dr. Thomas Steitz (a 2009 Noble Prize recipient) on a project to determine the structure of Haloarcula 50S ribosome by X-ray diffraction. Freeborn was awarded the Franklin College Alumni Citation in 2006 for her distinguished career and her loyalty to her alma mater.
Doreen W. St. Clair Endowed Scholarshipapplication
This scholarship was established in honor of Doreen St. Clair’s incredible commitment and contribution to the FranklinCollege community as a professor and friend. Her commitment to student education and development began the day she arrived on campus and continues into retirement. While Doreen has been a leader and experienced achievements in a wide variety of professional organizations, this scholarship is in recognition of the significant positive impact and influence she has made on Franklin College students’ lives. That impact not only touched the student but also their families and friends and continues well beyond the Franklin College academic years. She continues to be sought out by those students for her professional expertise, her wise and ethical counsel and her friendship. She has led, by example, both professionally and personally. Her teaching always extended well beyond the classroom and her department.
Pre-Med Scholarshipsapplication
The Natural Science Division has a number of small pre-medical scholarships that it awards to returning students. These scholarships include the Deppe, Ritteman, Hibbs, and Province scholarships.
Professor Charles A. Deppe Pre-Medical Endowed Scholarship
SCHOLARSHIP BACKGROUND
This award was established by the family of Professor Charles A. Deppe, a long-time professor of biology at Franklin College. Professor Deppe also served from 1911-1949 as pre-medical adviser.
SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS
The Charles A. Deppe Pre-Medical Scholarship is to be awarded to a pre-medical student in at least his or her sophomore year. This student must have already earned a scholastic “3” average or better and must maintain the same scholastic standing in order to retain the award.
Dr. George W. Ritteman Endowed Scholarship
SCHOLARSHIP BACKGROUND
Dr. George W. Ritteman was a radiologist at Johnson County Hospital (now Johnson Memorial Hospital) from 1957 until his retirement. Dr. Ritteman is credited with having planned the first X-ray department at the hospital in Franklin. Previously he had been chief radiologist at Bartholomew County Hospital. A World War II veteran, Dr. Ritteman served over five years in the U.S. Army, retiring with the rank of Colonel. Following his death, his widow, Anne Ritteman, established this scholarship at Franklin College in his memory.
SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS
The Dr. George W. Ritteman Endowed Scholarship is awarded to students pursing a pre-medical course of study at Franklin College. The pre-med adviser works with the financial aid office to select recipients.
William & Ruth Kerlin Hibbs Pre-Medical Scholarship
SCHOLARSHIP BACKGROUND
In 1915, William Hibbs became Franklin College’s first pre-medical graduate. Four years later, he graduated from Rush Medical College in Chicago. Dr. Hibbs served as medical director of the Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke Medical Center in Chicago for 45 years. After his retirement, he returned to Franklin where he served as medical director for the Indiana Masonic Home. He and his wife, Ruth Kerlin Hibbs, were loyal supporters of Franklin College. Dr. Hibbs was a member of the board of trustees from 1952-1979. The William and Ruth Kerlin Hibbs Pre-Medical Scholarship honors his long and distinguished career.
SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS
The William and Ruth Kerlin Hibbs Pre-Medical Scholarship is presented to students following a pre-med course of study. The pre-med adviser selects recipients.
William D. Province Endowed Scholarship
SCHOLARSHIP BACKGROUND
A 1932 graduate of Franklin College, Dr. William D. Province was not only loved and respected by his alma mater, but by the city of Franklin and the medical community as well. His family’s medical practice, established in 1906 and still operating today, is the oldest in the state of Indiana. Dr. Province specialized in the treatment of tuberculosis and was president of the Johnson County Tuberculosis Association for 16 years. He was a member of the National Tuberculosis Board for 22 years. In Franklin, Dr. Province was city health officer and organized and served as chair of the Johnson County Board of Health. He was also a member of the Indiana State Board of Health. While a student at Franklin College, Dr. Province was president of Phi Delta Theta fraternity and of his senior class. He served the college as president of the alumni association from 1946 to 1948 and was a member of the college’s board of trustees for 11 years. He was awarded an Alumni Citation in 1970.
SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS
The William D. Province Endowed Scholarship is awarded annually to a pre-med or pre-professional student in the healthcare field. Recipients are selected by the financial aid office.

 

CourseSI SessionsBldg. & Room
ACC 221Mondays and Thursdays 8:00-9:00 p.m.HAM 104
BIO 114Mondays 4:30-5:30 p.m. and Wednesdays 6:00-7:00 p.m.HAM 311
BIO 134 A & BMondays 6:00-7:00 p.m. and Thursdays 8:00-9:00 p.m.BAR 224
BIO 134 C & DSundays and Wednesdays 8:00-9:00 p.m.BAR 224
BIO 230Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30-8:30 p.m.study area outside BAR 124
BIO 335Mondays 8:00-9:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 9:00-10:00 p.m.BAR 127
BUS 351Mondays 8:00-9:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 p.m.HAM 310
CHE 121 AMondays and Thursdays 9:00-10:00 p.m.HAM 311
CHE 121 BTuesdays and Thursdays at 8:00-9:00 p.m.HAM 310
CHE 221Sundays 7:00-8:00 p.m. Wednesdays 8:00-9:00 p.m.HAM 310
ENG 117Sundays 7:00-8:00 p.m. and Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 p.m.HAM 104
ENG 200Mondays 8:00-9:00 p.m. and Tuesdays 4:30-5:30 p.m.HAM 311
ENG 227Tuesdays 7:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 8:00-9:00 p.m.HAM 108
EXE 372 X/BIO 372 XMondays and Wednesdays 9:00-10:00 p.m. HAM 104
FRE 110Sundays 8:00-9:30 and Tuesdays 9:00-10:30 p.m.HAM 310
FRE 210Sundays 8:00-9:30 and Tuesdays 9:00-10:30 p.m.HAM 310
LA 102 AMondays and Tuesdays 8:00-9:00 p.m.HAM 108
MAT 135Sundays 8:00-9:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 8:00-9:00 p.m.HAM 104
MAT 181Sundays and Wednesdays 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.HAM 106
PHY 201Thursdays 7:00-8:00 p.m. and Sundays 6:00-7:00 p.m.HAM 310
POL 120Sundays 6:00-7:00 p.m. and Thursdays 7:00-8:00 p.m.HAM 104
SPA 110 A-GSundays 9:00-10:00 p.m., Wednesdays 8:00-9:00 p.m.HAM 311
SPA 111Mondays 7:00-8:00 p.m. and Tuesdays 7:30-8:30 p.m.HAM 104
SPA 210 A-CTuesdays 8:00-9:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 7:00-8:00 p.m. HAM 311

 

SessionTimeEarly Bird Cost (register by 5/4)Cost after 5/4
Half-day, a.m.8:30 – 11:50 a.m.
(three sessions)
$149$159
Half day, p.m.12:30 – 3:50 p.m.
(three sessions)
$149$159
Full-day8:30 – 3:50 p.m.
(six sessions)
$219$229
After-camp care3:50 – 5:00 p.m.$40$50

 

Living On Campus$44,350
Living with Parent$38,620
Living Off Campus$43,420

 

Capacity:260 (Women = 130, Men = 130)
Design:Double occupancy rooms
Dimensions: 11.8’ x 11.8’
Amenities:Air conditioning
Laundry room
Wi-Fi Internet
Cable access
Loftable furniture
Pool table
Computer lab
Kitchen area

 

Hoover HallCline Hall
Capacity:105 (Women = 44, Men = 61)Capacity:58 (Women = 29, Men = 29)
Design:Double occupancy rooms, 6 singles, 4 quads (basement)Design:Double occupancy rooms, 4 singles
Dimensions:Double -12’ x 13′ Single – 9’ x 13’ Quad – 24’ x 15’Dimensions:Double – 9’ x 15’ Single – 8’ x 15’
Amenities:Air conditioningAmenities:Classrooms on the ground floor
Kitchen areaAir conditioning
Computer portsKitchen area
Cable accessComputer ports
Bunkable beds Cable access
Laundry room Bunkable beds
Laundry room

 

Capacity:141 (Women = 76, Men = 65)
Design:37 suites (2 bedrooms, common room & bathroom)
Dimensions:Bedroom area – 9’7” x 16’
Amenities:Air conditioning
Cable access
Computer ports
Loftable furniture
Kitchen area
Laundry room

 

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’
Amenities:Air conditioning
In-room sinks
Computer ports
Cable access
Loftable furniture
Carpeted floors
Laundry room
Kitchen area

 

Day/TimeMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
6:00 a.m.> 11586-9056-6026-30Room Selection Ends at 4:00 pm
9:00 a.m.111-11581-8551-5521-25
12:00 p.m.106-11076-8046-5016-20
3:00 p.m.101-10571-7541-4511-15
6:00 p.m.96-10066-7036-406-10
9:00 p.m.91-9561-6531-35< 6

 

Regular Occupancy $5,682
Double as a Single ($1000 extra/semester)$7,682
Board Rates (for the year)
Comprehensive 19 meals/week + $30 Dining Dollars $3,837
Semester 150 150 meals/semester + $100 Dining Dollars $3,837
Limited 10 meals/week $3,495
Immersive Term Board$427

 

SemesterClass #Class NameCr Hours
IntensiveMSPA 500Principles of PA Practice I1
4 wkMSPA 505Foundations of Clinical Anatomy2
MSPA 510Intro to Pathophysiology2
MSPA 515Intro to Clinical Pharmacology1
MSPA 520Applied Patient Care I2
Total Credit Hours (8)8
SpringMSPA 501Principles of PA Practice II1
14 wkMSPA 521Applied Patient Care II2
MSPA 530Intro to Evidence-Based Practice1
MSPA 550Systems Pharmacology I2
MSPA 560Clinical Hematology and infectious disease4
MSPA 561Clinical HEENT2.5
MSPA 562Clinical Dermatology1.5
MSPA 563Clinical Pulmonology4
Total Credit Hours (18)18
SummerMSPA 502Principles of PA Practice III1
12 wk
MSPA 522Applied Patient Care III2
MSPA 551Systems Pharmacology II2
MSPA 570Clinical Cardiology5
MSPA 571Clinical Nephrology and Urology3
MSPA 572Clinical Orthopedics and Rheumatology4
Total Credit Hours (17)17
FallMSPA 503Principles of PA Practice IV1
16 wkMSPA 523Applied Patient Care IV3
MSPA 552Systems Pharmacology III2
MSPA 580Clinical Gastroenterology3
MSPA 581Clinical Endocrinology2
MSPA 582Clinical Behavioral Medicine and Neurology4
MSPA 583Clinical Gynecology and Obstetrics3
MSPA 584Clinical Pediatrics3
MSPA 590Research Methods2
Total Credit Hours (23)23
Total Didactic Year (66)

 

SemesterClass #Class NameCr Hours
Spring 2MSPA 650Surgery4
MSPA 651Internal medicine4
MSPA 652Emergency medicine4
MSPA 653Family medicine4
MSPA 630Bridge to Clinical Practice I1
Total semester17
Summer 2MSPA 654Women’s Health4
MSPA 655Pediatrics4
MSPA 631Bridge to Clinical Practice II1
MSPA 665Community EngagementNC
Total semester9
Fall 2MSPA 656Behavioral Medicine4
MSPA 657Elective I4
MSPA 658Elective II4
MSPA 632Bridge to Clinical Practice III1
Total semester13

 

CapstoneMSPA 633Bridge to Clinical Practice IV4
MSPA 665Community Engagement2
Total semester6

 

Type of ExpenseExpected Time of ExpenseApproximate Fee
TB test and flu shot*If required by specific engaged learning sites, typically hospital settings$5 – $70
Professional attire specifically FC Exercise Science poloDuring entire programVaries
Background check*If required by specific engaged learning sites, typically school systems$7 – 25
Transportation to off-campus engaged learning sitesDuring entire programVaries
First Aid and CPR recertificationBi-annually for CPR and First Aid$20 for each certification
Exercise Science basic clinical equipment: stethoscope, sphygmomanometer, pedometer, tape measure, heart rate monitor, and skinfold caliperTransfer students who transfer in credit from another institution for EXE 234 will be expected to have the equipment used in EXE 234. Students in the Exercise Science Program are expected to keep the equipment from EXE 234 throughout the duration of the program in functioning condition.$110-175
NSCA CSCS or ACSM EP-C certification examination*Spring of graduation yearNSCA $260-445
ACSM $219-279

 

2004-20052005-20062006-2007
Little Shop of HorrorsMacbethPicnic
ExtremitiesHow the Other Half LovesBlue Window
The School for ScandalThe Glass MenagerieAlice in Wonderland
Blithe SpiritCinderellaChicago
Ghosts
2007-20082008-20092009-2010
Brighton Beach MemoirsA Midsummer Night’s DreamPresent Laughter
Dig (an original play)A Festival of Short PlaysThe Shape of Things
Poor AubreyPutting It TogetherThe Three Sisters
Baby: the MusicalHansel & GretelSpeaking in Tongues
Phèdre
2010-20112011-20122012-2013
Dead Man’s Cell PhoneOur TownAs You Like It
GypsyThe Little Dog LaughedA Perfect Couple
The Philadelphia StoryThe VisitAll My Sons
A Festival of Short PlaysAfter AshleyA Festival of Short Plays
2013-20142014-20152015-2016
Anon(ymous)MetamorphosesStill Life with Iris
GaslightOn the VergeUncommon Women and others
The Play’s the ThingA Festival of Short PlaysThe Hamlet Project
The InternationalistWaiting for LeftyThe Bald Soprano
2016-20172017-2018
Side by Side by SondheimThe Miser
The ExoneratedThe Grown-Up
The Clean HouseRound and Round the Garden
Anton in Show BusinessBecky Shaw

 

Criminal Background Check/drug screen$200
Text books and course resources$1500
Laptop computer$1500
Diagnostic medical equipment$1000
Memberships $100 (IAPA $20, AAPA $75)
Required certifications$500
Estimated housing and living expenses per year
Room and board (off-campus)$8500/year
Transportation$1000
Vehicle parking permit (2 years)$40