1dining hall that is "Food Recovery Verified"
5great dining options
Most first-year students live in a South Housing residence hall.
“SoHo” is centrally located on campus, making it easy to get to know the members of your class and form friendships.
Many of our upper-class students – and a few first-year students – live in the Clark Murphy Housing Complex.
This lakeside housing area is named in honor of Clark Murphy, a Black man who worked for decades as a groundskeeper at the Greenville Woman’s College, which later merged with Furman University.
These 11 apartment buildings are reserved exclusively for our upperclassmen residents.
These fully furnished two- and four-bedroom apartments include a patio or balcony, and access to a wealth of green space with picnic tables, grills and a recreation area.
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Taste your way through the DH
A hub for healthy eating, our main dining hall offers a rotating menu of made-from-scratch cuisine, including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. Taste your way through our dynamic menus featuring international cuisines to classic comfort foods all made with the freshest, seasonal ingredients. Oh, and our famous homemade chocolate chip cookies. You want to try one of those.
Always convenient and fresh
Bread & Bowl, located on the second floor of the Dining Hall (DH) serves salads, hot and cold sandwiches, and personal pizzas. All fresh and delicious.
Grab your favorites from the P-Den
Located inside Trone Student Center, the PalaDen, or “P-Den,” is home to Chick-ﬁl-A, Moe’s Southwestern Grill and Sushi with Gusto.
Meet for the view, stay for the food
A pub-style restaurant located on the ground floor of the Trone Student Center, The Paddock pairs burgers, wings and salads with gorgeous views of Furman Lake.
Grab and go, or stay and sip
The Barnes and Noble and Starbucks, located next to the Trone Student Center, are great places to satisfy your caffeine craving or grab a smoothie on your way to class. Sandwiches, baked goods and snacks allow for a quick bite.
Recharge at the Duke Library Café
The Library Café offers those needing to recharge during a study session a scrumptious menu of coffees, smoothies, bagels and baked goods.
Campus Dining Options
Work hard, eat well, move more and rest up. It’s the Furman formula for success, and we have a variety of dining options across campus to help you refuel.