Nondiscrimination, Title IX and Accessibility

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Non-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity

Franklin & Marshall College is committed to maintaining an inclusive campus community where all members are treated with dignity and respect. The College is committed to the equity and diversity of our students, employees and applicants for admissions and employment. This also includes those seeking access to College programs. All are evaluated on the basis of individual merit and accomplishments. Therefore, Franklin & Marshall College is committed to the principle of equal opportunity – both as an educational institution and an employer - for all qualified persons without discrimination against any person by reason of any College-recognized protected classification, including sex, race, color, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, marital status, medical condition, veteran status, or disability.

For additional information, please refer to the following College policies:



In furtherance of its goals of fostering diversity and building an equitable inclusive environment, Franklin & Marshall College is committed to ensuring people with disabilities enjoy full participation in the College’s programs, services, and benefits. 

F&M’s Director of ADA Compliance supports the College community in meeting its responsibilities with respect to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and other federal and state laws. For any concerns regarding accessibility in campus activities or facilities, please contact the Director of ADA Compliance at 

Our website has been designed with accessibility in mind and incorporates many accessible features. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing a College website, or content located on a College website (video, document, etc.), please contact us at The College does not make representations with regard to the accessibility of third-party websites and is not able to remediate accessibility barriers on such websites.