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The Student Diversity Council (SDC), is the umbrella organization for identity-based organizations on Furman’s campus.

SDC strives to affirm the diversity of the campus community by embracing a broad definition of culture that includes, but is not limited to, world views formed by race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, abilities, sexual orientation and religion.


  • Association of Students Interested in Asia (ASIA)
  • Chinese Student Association (CSA)
  • Furman Pride Alliance (FPA)
  • Furman University International Student Association (FUISA)
  • Furman University Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
  • Hispanic Organization for Latinx Awareness (HOLA)
  • Student League for Black Culture (SLBC)
  • Native American and Indigenous Peoples Student Association (NAIA)
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"That concept of taking a second and realizing that your perspective is not the only perspective that matters is what Furman really taught me in the long run."
Sulaiman Ahmad, '2018

Chief Diversity Officer

The Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) at Furman University works collaboratively with units and individuals across campus to grow and sustain Furman’s commitment to encouraging the pursuit of diversity, inclusion and equity as essential components of creating education that transforms, connections that endure and communities that flourish.


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