FranU Administration is monitoring the rain and flood conditions across the area. Campus operations will be conducted remotely today, Tuesday, May 18. Students should contact their program directors for more specific information.
We highly encourage all Fran to get involved and form relationships with your peers! We aim to offer many opportunities to form a strong community built upon our Franciscan Core Values and vocational discernment. We hope your time at FranU is one that you will remember for the rest of your career!
Our student organizations range from pre-professional, faith, to volunteer-based organizations. This is a great way to interact with other like-minded Frans who share the same interests and goals. You can also create your own student organization if you wish!
Contact Jamie Newman, Coordinator for Student Activities, for further inquiries at Jamie.email@example.com.
The Student Government Association at FranU serves as the governing body and the voice of the students to enhance campus life and academic experiences. All students can be involved with SGA by being elected to an office or by participating in the annual SGA meetings. You do not have hold an office in order to attend SGA meetings. Follow their Instagram @franu_sga to follow their updates and events!
Our campus ministry activities give you an opportunity to encounter, engage, and serve to grow and develop your faith life. They organize communal events, service days, retreats, and other ways of forming a community of faith on our campus. All students are able to be a part of campus ministry, no matter what faith tradition.
Let’s put your learning to action! Our nationally recognized Office of Service Learning coordinates with over 130 community partners to provide you with applicable learning experiences while simultaneously giving back to the community. All students will be required to perform service learning that is embedded into particular courses. Students will have the choice of which community partner they wish to serve in order to deepen their vocational discernment in the areas that most interest them!
The Office of Career & Vocation Services provides one-on-one guidance to sharpen your professional skills and networking with future employers. We want you to be prepared for life after graduation, whether that be a career or continuing your education. Services provided are: career counseling, resume and cover letter critiques, mock interviews, annual career events and much more! All services are free.
College Central Network is a free online job board that connects you to entry-level, part time and seasonal jobs with simple, all-device friendly tools that are both powerful and easy to use. You can also search and apply to over 500,000 national jobs and internships, build and upload your resume and career portfolio, and browse the career advice library, podcasts, and videos.