Furman's application dates let you decide when you would like to make your college decision. If you are a transfer student from outside the United States, please refer to our international students page for application procedures.
| Admission Application Deadline
|| Nov. 1
|| January 15*
| Admission Decision Notification
|| Nov. 15
|| Mar. 1
| CSS Profile Priority Deadline
|| Nov. 15
|| Mar. 1
| FAFSA Priority Deadline
|| Mar. 1
| Financial Aid Notification
|| Mar. 15
| Admission Decision Deadline
|| Jan. 5
|| May 1
*Any applications received after March 1 will be reviewed on a space-available basis. Transfer applications will be accepted through July 1. However, students applying to transfer from non-U.S. universities must apply by the deadlines above.
- Complete the Common Application
All students may complete and submit the Common Application online. There is a $50 application fee. Transfer application deadlines depend upon the desired start semester.
- Complete the College Officials Report
Be sure to submit the College Officials Report with a copy of your transcript from your previous school(s). This form will need to be filled out by a dean or college official who has access to your academic record.
- Submit all of your official college transcript(s)
Send a copy of your final college transcript(s) to our Admission Office that reflects completed courses through the end of your current term.
- Submit your high school transcript
Send a copy of your final high school transcript to our admission office that provides insight into your course work. We will waive this submission as a requirement if a student has earned 32 hours or more transferable semester hours or has reached his or her 21st birthday.
- Apply for financial assistance
- Submit an instructor evaluation
- Submit standardized test scores
Our personal approach to the admission process allows us to gain insight about who you are, both academically and personally. Furman's Admission Committee is interested in getting to know the whole student — one who seeks academic challenge, leadership, service, commitment to the community and civic engagement. We view the admission process as an opportunity for you to showcase yourself and your abilities.
The Admission Committee believes that your potential for success cannot be determined solely by standardized test scores. Therefore, submitting your SAT or ACT scores is optional.
Our goal is to shape Furman's community with students of all different talents, backgrounds, personalities, interests, and passions. We invite you to let us get to know all about you.
If you do decide to submit your test scores and submit multiple test results, the Admission Committee will select the scores that offer you the greatest advantage in the admission review process. Furman's school code for the SAT and TOEFL is 5222, and the code for ACT is 3858. If you do not wish for us to consider your scores, please indicate so on the Supplement to the Common Application.
- Schedule a FAN interview
Furman Admission Network interviews give you the opportunity to talk about all those things that make you unique — your talents, experiences and aspirations. What better way to find out if Furman is right for you? These informal interviews with Furman alumni or parents allow you to speak with someone who knows Furman personally. Though optional, we encourage all applicants to participate in an informal interview. Be sure to sign up for an interview before the deadline.
If you have questions about applying to Furman, contact Allyson Brown,
Admission Counselor & Transfer Coordinator, at 864.294.2034 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check the status of your application.