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Classes to begin Monday morning as scheduled

Furman students returned this weekend and will begin classes Monday morning.

The university has been monitoring the weather following a week of low cold temperatures. The National Weather Service’s forecast for Monday has improved and is now calling for only a slight chance of afternoon showers and highs in the low 40s.

In the case of severe weather affecting the operation of the university, students, faculty and staff will receive text and email alerts. The university will also provide updates at news.furman.edu.

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