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Getting Involved

Whether you’re shaping Furman’s student government, putting your ideals to work in the community or just launching Zelda out of the map, it’s easy to find classmates who share your interests and passions.

150
+

student organizations

13
Sororities and Fraternities
1800
Students involved with Heller Service Corps
25
Freshmen chosen each year as Shucker Fellows

Furman University FUISA Fashion Show

Student Organizations

Furman has more than 150 student organizations-and counting. Join a rock band. Report, write and communicate through one of our student media organizations. Debate your peers in mock trials. Whatever draws your interest, you’ll find a group of students you can connect with. If not, find a few students who share your interest and start your own club, like our Super Smash Bros. video game club, which gained more than 50 members in its first year.

Learn about our conduct procedures and view recent conduct histories for organizations. Read the student organization conduct report.

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See our Student Organizations

Heller Service Corps

Essential to the Furman experience—both in and out of the classroom—is preparation for a life of consequence and meaning. Heller Service Corps, our largest student organization, encourages an in-depth commitment to the community.

Volunteer with us

Fraternity & Sorority Life

We practice a deferred recruitment, which takes place in January, to give you a chance to get settled, make new friends and adjust academically before making a lifelong commitment to an organization.

Join our community

Leadership Development

The Shucker Center for Leadership Development is a two-year program that guides emerging leaders through self-exploration, initiative, commitment, collaboration and experiential learning. It inspires students to explore their passions and become catalysts for change.

Become a leader

Female and male student in Communication studies tv station

Student Media Outlets

Want to feel the excitement of pursuing history? Learn how to report, write and communicate through one of our student media organizations. No matter what you’re pursuing, you’ll develop communication skills that will benefit you in any career.

  • Literary magazine: The Echo
  • Newspaper: The Paladin
  • TV: FU2
  • Yearbook: Bonhomie