Students during orientation

Apply for Housing

Furman has an 800-acre campus, but when you live here, you’ll find a small, close-knit housing community where you can easily connect with your friends and classmates.

For the next four years, our residential community will be your home. You’ll never be more than a short walk from your classes, the dining hall, the Trone Student Center or the Physical Activities Center. Best of all, you’ll have more opportunities to learn and explore your ideas. Our four-year residency requirement will enhance your scholarly activity, personal growth, and leadership development.

Become a part of our community.

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Future Residents

Once you've been accepted to Furman, you can begin the housing application process. Our first-year residents live in close proximity to each other, living in our freshman residence halls as a class.

Get started on your housing application

Returning Residents

As a returning resident, you have more housing options and the opportunity to select your roommate.

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Student preparing their materials for orientation

Summer Residents

Our summer residents aren't restricted to students attending classes at Furman. If you're participating in a summer research project or an internship in the Greenville area, our housing is available to you. 

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May Experience Residents

If you're planning to remain at Furman for our three-week course after the spring semester, you may be able to remain in your current residence.

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Furman in the snow, pictured from yellowed leaves

Disability and Medical Accommodations

We're committed to providing students with disabilities an equal opportunity to access to our residential community. 

Submit a request for accommodations