Audience: Franklin University undergraduate applicants that are finishing pre-enrollment processes.
Disclaimer: The results and functionality of the following article only apply to audience listed above.
Recent undergraduate applicants of Franklin University should monitor the pre-enrollment processes using the myTools website. The myTools website is a Franklin University system that can be used to monitor processes as required by the Admission's Department, such as monitoring if needed documents have been received and processed.
- If you have not yet applied: apply.franklin.edu
For a quick overview of our password setup process, please view the video below.
myTools Site: mytools.franklin.edu
To log in, you will need your username and password. You should have been sent your username by email after your application was submitted. However, if you are unable to locate that email, your username can be recovered.
To recover your username and/or to reset your password: Click Here
You will not be able to access BlueQuill (system for taking courses) or your student email until after scheduling your first courses. Your first courses will need to be scheduled with your advisor.
How to use myTools
The myTools website can be used to track the following information:
1. What transcripts have been submitted and processed
To maximize your potential for transfer credit, be sure to send us the official, sealed transcripts from all of the colleges or universities where you have registered for courses. Most colleges and universities have an Office of the Registrar or Office of Records, which is the department responsible for maintaining student transcripts, record, and enrollment status. Contact your previous school's registrar's office to request that your official transcript be sent directly to us at the address listed here.
If you have some college experience, but will not be transferring at least 24 credits from an accredited college or university to Franklin, please provide us with both your high school and college transcripts.
High School Transcripts
When acquiring your high school transcript, please note that many high schools are closed or short-staffed over the summer, so it may be more difficult to get your transcripts during that time period. For that reason, we recommend that you set aside additional time to obtain your transcripts. Please be aware that some high schools may not be able to process transcript requests in June or July.
You can expect to spend $3 to $10 for your high school transcript. Please allow 7-10 days for your transcript to arrive at Franklin. There is no cost for us to receive and evaluate your transcript.
Please have your transcript mailed in a sealed envelope, sent from the school, to the following address:
ATTN: Office of Transfer and Articulation
201 S. Grant Ave.
Columbus, OH 43215-5339
2. Whether or not you will need placement tests
If your application status indicates that you need to take placement tests, please Click Here (https://www.franklin.edu/current-students/learning-support/testing/class-placement-testing) for more information.
3. If you have scheduled and appointment with your advisor, which is required.
If your application status says “Appointment Ready”, you are ready for a new student registration appointment with your Admissions Advisor. This is a requirement for new student registration. Please send an email to email@example.com.
4. If you have submitted your FAFSA
If you have not submitted your FAFSA, please see the following information: Click Here
5. If you have been selected for Financial Aid verification
Sometimes during the FAFSA process, the IRS will select you for verification. If selected, you will receive an email from Franklin's Financial Aid Office along with information regarding the forms you will need to submit.
Please Click Here for more information regarding the verification process. (https://www.franklin.edu/current-students/financial-services/financial-aid/verification-process)
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