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Franklin University Offers Students New Lower Tuition Rates

by Tracey A. Maine

As of Fall 2019, Franklin University reduced its undergraduate tuition rate by 24%, lowering the cost from $526 per credit hour to $398 per credit hour. 

3+1 Partnerships Agreements Equal Savings for Students

by Tracey A. Maine

Founded in 1902, Franklin University is a non-profit private school that specializes in helping non-traditional students realize their academic aspirations. Presently, this institution has partnerships with 230 other community colleges and has over 45,000 alumni scattered throughout the globe.

Hocking's Partnership with Franklin Offers Students 3 Degree Options

by Tracey A. Maine

In addition to meeting the state of Ohio’s affordable and attainable bachelor’s degree education goals, Franklin University has 230 long-standing partnerships with various community colleges – including Hocking College. 

New 3+1 Partnership Benefits Computer Science Students

by Tim Brunicardi

Students who enroll in Hocking College’s Website Application & Development program now have a more convenient route towards earning their bachelor’s degree thanks to the school’s new 3+1 partnership with Franklin University.

Franklin University Announces New Lower Tuition Rates

by Tim Brunicardi

Effective Fall 2019, Franklin University will reduce its undergraduate tuition rate by 24%, lowering the cost from $526 per credit hour to $398 per credit hour.

Franklin University Launches New RN-to-BSN Program For RN Grads

by Tim Brunicardi

Franklin University recently unveiled their new program designed to help registered nurses (RN) obtain their Bachelor of Science in Nursing at a special price this fall.

Hocking College Partners With Franklin University For "3+1" Program

by Tim Brunicardi

Are you a single parent with a hectic schedule who doesn’t have the time to pursue a bachelor’s degree? Are you in a profession that requires you to have more than an associate degree, but you can’t afford to relocate to a city with a 4-year school? Are you thinking of transferring to a 4-year school and concerned about whether or not your credits will transfer?

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