When you visit Furman, you’ll see why we’re nationally recognized as one of the most impressive campuses in the United States. And the best way to learn about Furman is to meet the people who know the university best – students, faculty and staff. You’ll begin to better understand some of the opportunities available to you here.
A weekday campus visit will provide you and your family with a student-led tour of Furman, and an opportunity to speak with a member of the admissions staff during an information session. During the summer months, we offer guided tours at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. daily.
When Furman is in session, we offer guided tours at 9:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. daily. During this time, you can customize your visit by adding lunch with a student, a class visit (juniors, seniors and transfers only), a faculty appointment or an overnight stay (seniors and transfers only).
We look forward to meeting you.
Schedule your visit
Join us for our fall open house to learn more about the admissions process, meet current students and faculty from all academic areas, tour campus, and experience student life with a Furman tailgate and football game!
Designed specifically for sophomores and juniors, come explore campus, meet current students, and learn about the opportunities available to you here at Furman.
On Tuesdays, you may add a tour of Furman’s fine arts facilities to your campus visit. To register, select the 9:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. campus visit, and within the form, indicate you plan to attend the fine arts tour.
Connect with Furman's multicultural community and learn about our resources.
Furman offers personalized tours to small groups. Learn more about our guidelines for group visits.
High school counselors are always invited to visit campus. Email Coady Shovlain to let him know your visit preferences. We look forward to hosting you.
Whether you’re driving in from out of town or flying into Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, we can help you plan your trip.
An award-winning city, and nationally recognized as a model for urban development, Greenville has been called “one of the 15 best cities for young adults” and “the next big food city in the South.” Spend a few days here experiencing a start-up culture with a touch of Southern hospitality, and it’s easy to see why people want to learn and live here.