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Seeking a challenge at one of the United States’ highest ranked universities? Consider Furman.

At Furman, you'll graduate broadly-educated, prepared for leadership, and eager to take on the challenges of a complex world. About 40 percent of our students find success in admission to some of the best graduate schools around the world including Harvard, Stanford, University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins, Tsinghua University, and London School of Economics—and nearly 60 percent embark upon career paths in the job market. 

Life at Furman

Our students all live together on our residential campus. We have 12 residence halls, ranging from four-person suites to traditional dormitories. Learn about campus life.

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A vibrant downtown. Great outdoor activities. Southern hospitality. Greenville really is the perfect college town. Explore Greenville.

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For a detailed step-by-step approach to the application process, visit our admission website. Apply now.

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Furman University is one of the nation's premier undergraduate liberal arts colleges. We offer outstanding academics, opportunities for a broad range of talented students with a passion for learning, a robust arts program, and NCAA Division I athletics.

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Once you see our campus, making the right college decision will be so much easier.

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Undergraduate Evening Studies provides adults the opportunity to receive an education from one of the premier liberal arts universities in the nation.

Whether you are starting or continuing your education, or have been away from the classroom for a few months or several years, our program provides many services to assist you with accomplishing your educational and professional goals.

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Our graduate studies program is designed for the professional educator.

We know the challenges teachers and administrators face every day, and we are committed to helping you become a leader within your school system or district.

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