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Furman to end exemption for off-campus fraternity houses

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The front gates of Furman University

Since 2001, Furman has required all students to live in on-campus housing except for seniors who wish to live in off-campus fraternity houses. Furman University will eliminate off-campus fraternity houses by fall 2020. Several media outlets covered the decision, students’ reaction and a petition against the move. Read more in The Greenville News.  7News has two stories covering the decision and the petition.

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