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2014 Quick Stats
201 S. Grant Avenue

Columbus, OH 43215

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Phone: (888) 341-6237
2012-2013 Tuition
$9,985
tuition and fees
Admissions
rolling admission

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Summary

Franklin University is a private institution that was founded in 1902. It has an urban setting. It utilizes a trimester-based academic calendar. Its tuition and fees are $9,985 (2012-13).

Franklin University is a private school designed for adult learners. The main campus of Franklin University is located in the Ohio state capital of Columbus, and there are three regional campuses in other central Ohio cities, as well as another in Indianapolis. Many students attend Franklin University from home because all of their courses are available online. Franklin students can pursue approximately 30 bachelor’s degree programs and about five master’s degree programs, which all fall into the Colleges of Business; Health and Public Administration; and Arts, Sciences and Technology.

Besides the wide array of online classes, Franklin makes earning a degree easier for busy adult learners by offering many evening classes. There are also different types of accelerated course options, through which Franklin students can complete a class in as few as three weeks or up to 15, depending on what’s most convenient. The average Franklin student’s age is in the mid-30s, and more than 90 percent of students have transferred credits from other schools.

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School type private
Year founded 1902
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Academic calendar trimester
Setting urban
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Tuition and fees $9,985 (2012-13)
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