Furman students headed into the community to volunteer during the MLK Day of Service on Jan. 16.Read more
They represent 41 states and 20 foreign countries. They come from Vietnam, Zimbabwe, California and Alabama. Here are the Dean’s List students for the 2016 fall semester.
More than 300 students worked in the community Monday as part of the university's MLK Day of Service.
Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education ranks Furman No. 45 among the nation's best liberal arts colleges.
Beginning in January, seniors will be offered a free, six-part “Personal Financial Literacy” workshop that will give them the tools to navigate the financial landscape they’ll encounter after graduation.
The grant from the Vermont-based foundation directly impacts 16 Furman students who qualify for internships in East and Southeast Asia.
In an unconventional classroom, Joy Owens ’14, director of the Historic Johnson Farm, teaches children about history and agriculture.
Local magazine is chock full of Furman mentions, most notably, Dr. Elizabeth Davis, who is named among the Upstate's 50 Most Influential.
Greenville Health System president Spence Taylor writes about the organization’s efforts to create healthier communities and serve as an academic health center for the region.
This family of Furman alumni has established a tradition of teaching excellence.