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Tuition & Aid

What’s the value of a Furman education? How do you put a price on a sure thing? 97% of Furman students are employed or in grad school within six months of graduation. Our alumni lead fulfilling lives and find satisfaction in high-powered careers at all levels. Sure, it’s a substantial investment, but it’s one of the smartest you’ll ever make.

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of students receive institution aid

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2017-2018 Annual Cost of attendance

Tuition $47,968
Fees $380
Room (weighted average) $7,132
Board (unlimited meal plan) $5,618
Total Direct Costs $61,098
Books (estimated) $1,230
Transportation (estimated) $1,070
Personal/living (estimated) $900
Total Indirect Costs $3,200
Total Cost of Attendance $64,298

Types of Aid

There are a number of ways that you can fund your education. From scholarships and grants to student and parent loans and part-time work, financial help is available to many of our students.

Types of Aid

Apply For Aid

We’ve simplified the application process for financial aid as much as possible and are here to help you navigate it. See our step-by-step process for applying for financial aid.

Apply for Aid

Tuition Payment Plan

At Furman, you and your family have the option to spread your payments throughout the semester with our tuition payment plan.

Tuition Payment Plan

Net Price Calculator

Use our online net price calculator to help you estimate the amount of your financial aid award and the amount you may expect to pay.

Net Price Calculator

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