Greenville is home to more than 2,600 students who attend Furman, and an ever-increasing number of citizens 65 and older.
In the wake of the Jan. 6 mob violence in Washington, D.C., President Davis wrote, "We must hold sacred and protect our democratic institutions and the sanctity of our vote and the electoral process."
It's never too late to pick up a new skill, learn a language or brush up on a period of history. OLLI classes begin Jan. 11.
Join us revisiting 2020 through some of the year’s best images.
Niece's brain cancer battle inspires Furman professor Meghan Slining to enlist current and former students as well as researchers nationwide to help with "CoHeals."
Scholarship Cup Awards winners announced along with Bradshaw-Feaster Medal and Donaldson-Watkins Medal recipients.
Creative people find an outlet for good ideas through Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and Furman Creative Collaborative.
The Rollin' Dins Parade down the Furman Mall and a football scrimmage at Paladin Stadium celebrating the launch of a new season were a part of Homecoming 2020
Joseph Vaughn Plaza will incorporate the front steps leading up to the James B. Duke Library and be home to a statue honoring Furman's first Black undergraduate student.
Furman climbs 13 spots on Best Colleges list and is the top university in South Carolina.