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Deepening the Furman Experience

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Furman University President Elizabeth Davis

“The Furman Advantage has been embraced on campus ‘because it is authentic to what Furman has always been,'” President Elizabeth Davis said in this June 12 Greenville News profile.

Although the pandemic is challenging, Davis said the Furman Advantage has been a been a guiding force for the university.

“We’re committed to not weakening and, in fact, deepening the student experience,” she said. “We know that coming out of recessions and economic troubles, and now a pandemic, students will look not for lazy rivers, but for the kinds of services and the kinds of connections that can help launch them into life. And that’s The Furman Advantage.”

 

 

 

 

 

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