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Frampus ID Tag

Connect your online Frampus identity to your real-life identity by using your Frampus ID Tag to communicate with other students around you. If someone spots you on campus or in the city and finds you interesting, they can search for you via your Frampus Tag ID number and get in touch with you on!

It's a way of bringing your online identity to real life and enables you to meet new and interesting people that you may have never met otherwise! Each tag has a unique ID to distinguish you from everyone else.  =) 

We'll pay for shipping! All you have to do is sign up, build a profile, add this item to your cart and checkout using a valid mailing address. Once you receive it, affix it to your bookbag, backpack, purse or even yourself and people who spot you can search for you on instantly by using your Frampus ID. 

Our Launch is May 11 & 12, 2018!

Welcome, Everyone, to the 2018 Dad Vail Regatta! We're happy to meet you all and give you some free Frampus gear... if you make your way by the Flyrt tent make sure you stop in for something fun! 

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50 Ways to Make Friends in College
Whether you're shy or outgoing, there are endless ways to connect

Making friends in college can sometimes feel overwhelming, whether you're getting ready to start classes for the first time or whether you're enrolled in a new semester of classes and don't know any of your new classmates.

Fortunately, since college communities are constantly changing—new students are coming in, students are coming back from being abroad, new classes are starting, new clubs are forming—meeting people and making friends is simply part of the normal routine. If you're not sure where exactly to start, however, try any (or all!) of these ideas.

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How To Make Friends In College (Besides

The college environment really is one of the easiest places to make friends. You're surrounded by thousands peers, most of whom are open to meeting people. Of course, that statement can seem like a slap in the face if you're at college and struggling with your social life. It can make you feel like there's something extra wrong with you for having trouble in such a supposedly easy situation.

  1. Put yourself in places where potential friends are, and then meet and talk to them
  2. Take the initiative to hang out with the people you seem to click with
  3. Keep making plans and hanging out with these people you get along with and see where the budding friendship goes. Things can't work out with everyone, but some will become your friends.

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7 Easiest Ways to Make Friends on Campus

Graduating from high school and moving away to college means you’re leaving home, but your childhood bedroom isn’t the only thing you’re leaving behind. In many cases, it also means that you’re saying goodbye to your friends and the high school you.

College is a fresh start. Perhaps you’ve been waiting for this for a while–you’re ready to meet new people and redefine yourself. You’re ready to not be a “mean girl” anymore and excited to let your inner nerd shine bright. Or maybe you’re counting down the days to being on campus where you can come out and be accepted for who you are. Either way, you can choose your own identity–change if you’d like, or stay the same, it’s completely up to you.

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8 Unconventional Ways To Make New Friends On Campus At College

If you had a solid friend group in high school, college might be a tough adjustment — with everyone choosing to go different places, you really need to find a way to make some new friends that'll help you ease into the brand new college lifestyle. For some, this might be kind of difficult — after all, it's been a while since you had to branch out and find people who have similar interests — but luckily, there are plenty of unconventional ways to make new friends on campus.

For the record, yes — you really should go out there and try to meet new people. While your high school friends shouldn't immediately vanish, this is an opportunity to do your own thing, figure out who you really are, and meet people that might just morph into lifelong friends. The four (or more) years you spend at college will be years that you'll look back on forever.

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7 Unexpected Places to Meet Your College Friends

College is a time to meet new people and try new things. From endless dining hall lines to club events to random orientation meetings, college was designed to help you bond with those around you. You never know when you’re going to make new friends, and it usually happens when you least expect it! Here are seven unexpected places where you could find your new college friends.

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Here's One Way to Make Friends on Campus

And for everyone else, there's Frampus, FRiends on cAMPUS! =) 


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Some Campus Amusement

Redneck Picking up Girls on Campus Using a Puppy

Looks like age doesn't matter as long as a puppy is involved...


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What is Frampus? 

In a nutshell, Frampus is a place to make new friends on campus and meet up with old friends from campus.

The fact of the matter is that Frampus is still a little too complex to explain properly and there is way more to it than what's on the surface. But for now you can learn more about it from the Frampus press release on the link below...


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Welcome to Frampus!

You've reached Frampus, FRiends on cAMPUS! 

We're obviously brand new but we're going live this weekend May 11 & 12 but you can join us now, it's free! :)

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Quote of the Day

"Friends are the siblings God never gave us."