An NSF S-STEM grant funds a Furman program that smooths the transition from high school to college.
Furman is included in the 209 "Best Value" schools, earning a spot among the approximately 650 schools surveyed.
The two-year course, which has been in a pilot phase, will be required for all first- and second-year students starting in Fall 2022.
Whittemore, Bready make news as Furman's fifth and sixth Goldwater Scholars since 2019.
From the center of land-use decisions to graduate school, Furman Engaged presenters from past years are on the path to purpose.
Academic Affairs announces the list of students making a GPA of 3.4 or higher during fall semester.
Furman celebrates the third annual Joseph Vaughn Day. Vaughn broke the color barrier at Furman in 1965.
Jake Gerardi '22 soars to new heights to help the environment, assist thinning bird populations. (And his favorite bird might be the waxwing.)
Geoffrey Habron says the grant opens up five years of research opportunities for students and forges partnerships across communities and institutions.
Four students develop app to keep students, faculty, staff and guests in the know about campus happenings.