Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Programs at Furman
We embrace meaningful diversity and equality as embodied by both implicit values and explicit practices in all of our endeavors. As a university community, we are committed to supporting students, faculty and staff from every walk of life.SEE ALL RESOURCES & PROGRAMS
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)
“ "Coming to Furman to play soccer and to study has been one of the best decisions of my life. Traveling all the way from Iceland, I wasn’t sure how I would adapt, but the Furman community made sure I felt at home."
“ "Overall, Furman is home away from home. "
“ "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."
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