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Furman University’s $70 million renovation of first-year student dorms begins this spring

rendering of South Housing
A rendering of the new residence hall planned for first-year students / Mackey Mitchell

A groundbreaking for Furman University’s $70 million South Housing construction and renovation project is set to take place Feb. 12. The project, which includes a new first-year residence hall and the renovation of four legacy halls, will unfold over the course of 33 months. The new residence hall will house expanded space for the Center for Inclusive Communities. FOX Carolina, GSA Business Report, Greenville Journal, WYFF and UpstateBizSC┬ácovered the announcement. A student engagement event for funding the project was also featured in UpstateBizSC. Watch video from the event here.

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