Admissions Blog Posts

Spring Break… Best Break

It would take a lot of convincing for someone to tell me that spring break isn’t the best break of the year. It comes at the perfect time of the semester – right when you’re...

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Keeping the Faith at Furman

Hey, Furman family! Before I committed to Furman, I wanted to ensure I would be able to surround myself with communities of faith on campus. My faith is very important to me, so I did...

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Navigating your Career Path with the Malone Center

Hey Furman Family! My name is Sophia Smith and I am a sophomore Health Sciences major from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. While I serve as the Social Media and Marketing Career Ambassador at the Malone...

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Country Roads Take Me Home

Hi! My name is Avery Hunt, and I am a sophomore Health Science major on the pre-med track here at Furman. I am from Charleston, West Virginia which is about five and a half hours...

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Making major decisions!

Hey, Furman fam! It's Mia again today's article is centered around professional development. I hope you all enjoy it! Gaining new skills, education, research, discoveries, and internships are all-inclusive topics in the professional development department....

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How to Grow Through Study Abroad

One of my biggest decisions since being at Furman has been the debate over studying abroad for a semester. It is such an enriching experience, but I also didn’t want to miss out on a...

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Looking Towards My Future as a Social Media Intern

My name is Olivia Pearson, I am a freshman here at Furman University and today I am going to give you an inside look at Furman's on-campus resources for students! Here at Furman, we as...

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Finding Your Strengths at Furman

Hey, Furman family! There are many incredible ways on campus to take advantage of professional development. The Shucker Center for Leadership Development is all about helping students grow as leaders. A key aspect of the...

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Stepping away a CLP

I’m sure if you’ve toured Furman, you’ve heard about our Cultural Life Program or (CLP) requirement. These allow students to attend enriching cultural experiences throughout campus, prompting open-mindedness and cultural awareness!  This week, there was...

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FUGE: The importance of gospel music to the black community

Hey hey Furman fam!  My name is Mia Freeman and I'm a sophomore health science and sociology double major from Atlanta, GA. Outside of my social media internship here with the Admissions Office, I'm a...

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A Busy, Yet Fulfilling February

Hello, Furman Family! My name is Ashlynne Culpepper and I am a sophomore Business Administration and Communication Studies double major from Atlanta. Along with being a Social Media Intern with the Admissions Office this spring,...

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DINS to WIN this week!

Hi Friends and Future Paladins! This week, there's a lot going on at Furman--from Valentines Day, to events for Black History Month, to athletics events! Our athletics teams are giving it their all this week,...

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