Since it was founded in 1834, Franklin College has been a leader in liberal arts education. In 1842, Franklin became the first college in Indiana—and only the seventh in the nation—to admit women, and that spirit of inclusiveness still characterizes the college today. Over the past 175 years, Franklin College has remained dedicated to the educational ideals of our namesake—a broad liberal arts curriculum, hands-on learning experiences, and a commitment to ethical leadership at home and abroad.
Campus Liason: Sara Kinder, MSW, LSW
Sara M. Kinder is a Counselor in the Counseling Center. Sara has been with Franklin College since March 2015. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Applied Health Science from Indiana University (Bloomington), where she studied Human Development and Family Studies, Psychology, Sociology, and Human Sexuality. Sara obtained her Masters in Social Work from Indiana University (Indianapolis). Her specialties include anxiety, friendship and relationship issues, sexual education and concerns, sexual assault, general stress and financial stress, and depression.