Holi Color Festival students

Campus Life

It’s not just the lecture halls, laboratories and auditoriums. When you arrive, the entire campus is your classroom. Whether you’re looking for a club, career advice or volunteer opportunities, it’s easy to get involved and become a part of the Furman family.

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Falls Park Greenville

Exploring Greenville

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.

Explore Greenville

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Students studying in Trone Student Center Furman University

Housing & Dining

Your living experience is a critical part of your education. All students live on campus for four years, cultivating a strong community that encourages collaboration and self-discovery. Furman also provides an exceptional culinary experience. With three dining locations, you’ll find plenty of variety and convenience.

Housing & Dining

Trone Student Center

The Trone Student Center is a comfortable place for our students to meet, eat, chat and hang out. The center is also home to a number of important student resources, including The Malone Center for Career Engagement and the Rinker Center for Study Away and International Education. Whether you’re interested in eating, socializing or cramming for an exam, visit the Trone Student Center.

Visit the Student Center

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Get Involved

As a Furman student, your calendar will be full. Furman has around 150 clubs and organizations. Ultimate Frisbee. WPLS radio. Film clubs. Student government. Fraternities and sororities. If you can name it, there is probably a group of students who are involved in it. If not, find a few students who share your interest and start your own.

Get Involved
student organizations on campus