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College Houses

These are not your average dormitories. F&M鈥檚 College Houses are lively hubs of intellectual, extracurricular, and social engagement that not only give you a place to hang out, sleep, and study, but also provide you with your own special place to belong.

Your Home Away From Home

Blend the everyday joys of residential living (impromptu pizza parties, open-mic nights, pumpkin carving at Halloween) with meaningful moments of intellectual discovery (writing workshops, alumni guest lectures, all-night problem-solving sessions) and you鈥檒l get F&M鈥檚 College Houses.

In these dynamic spaces, you鈥檒l find a new way to work and play. You鈥檒l take your first-year Connections course in your College House and continue conversations begun in the classroom, lab or office throughout your College House halls. You also have the opportunity to join your College House government and chart your own course for social events. Each House receives a substantial annual budget that students may spend on social programs, academic and community activities, special projects and more. Some students have organized:

鈥淭he sense of belonging you feel being a part of your house is amazing. It's a very close-knit community and you get to know so many different people and develop lifelong friendships, while being a part of something bigger.鈥

Established in 2005, the College House system shapes the intellectual, social and physical landscape of the Franklin & Marshall campus. 鈥淭he sense of belonging you feel being a part of your house is amazing. It's a very close-knit community and you get to know so many different people and develop lifelong friendships, while being a part of something bigger," said Vyas Agarwal '23.

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The Connections Curriculum

You鈥檒l be assigned to your College House based on the interests you express for your first-year Connections course. F&M Connections courses are a true representation of the liberal arts, blending several academic disciplines to dive into a wide range of unique topics. You will take this course in your College House alongside classmates who live just down the hall.

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The Houses

There are five College Houses: Bonchek, Brooks, Roschel, Ware and Weis. Each College House is assigned an administrative facilitator (dean) and a faculty mentor (don).

College House Deans have an office in the College House and are an integral part of the professional staff team charged with advising and supporting students and enforcing College policies.

House Dons establish the academic priorities for the College House and curate activities and events for their College House. The Dons create a stimulating intellectual environment in the Houses by bringing faculty in to teach, meeting with students, offering lectures and taking part in other residentially based academic, cultural, and social activities. Dons maintain offices in the House and meet regularly with students.

Bonchek College House

Bonchek

We live together.
We learn together.
We laugh together.

Dean: Beth Proffitt
Email:
beth.proffitt@fandm.edu 

Don:
Christine Piro
Email: christine.piro@fandm.edu 

 

Brooks College House

Brooks

Primus Inter Pares ("First Among Equals")

Dean:
Email:
jaclyn.klinger@fandm.edu

Don:
 
Email: alexis.castor@fandm.edu 

 

Roschel College House

Roschel

Hic Vivimus Et Crescimus (鈥淗ere We Live and Here We Grow鈥)

Dean: Courtnee Jordan-Cox
Email: 
courtnee.jordan-cox@fandm.edu 

Don:
Jorge Mena-Ali
Email: jorge.mena-ali@fandm.edu 

Ware College House

Ware

Emitte Lucem et Veritatem (鈥淪end Forth Light and Truth鈥)

Dean: Shuai Shao
Email:
 shuai.shao@fandm.edu 

Don:
Ashley Rondini
Email: ashley.rondini@fandm.edu 

Weis College House

Weis

Socii Mundi (鈥淐ompatriots With an Interest in the World鈥)

Interim Dean: Jennifer Nell
Email: 
jennifer.nell@fandm.edu

Don:
Dorothy Merritts
Email: dorothy.merritts@fandm.edu