If you’re looking for a place where you can easily make friends and get involved in a community, our residential campus is the ideal place to live. Our campus is home to more than 2,700 undergraduates who reside at Furman for four years.
Our residence halls range from dormitories to apartment-style living. Men and women live on different floors throughout our residence hall system. We also offer learning communities where students can explore an academic topic or area of interest with other students.
Take a look at some of the places where you might live.
Most first-year students live in a South Housing residence hall that 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 are housed in the Clark Murphy Housing Complex. The Clark Murphy Complex also has a few first-year student options.
Our learning communities provide a unique experience that allows students to live together and study a common area of interest.
North Village is a set of 11 apartment buildings that is reserved exclusively for upperclassman residents.
Furman has one of the largest Fraternity and Sorority Life communities in a liberal arts setting.
The Vinings at Duncan Chapel is an off-campus apartment complex that provides overflow housing options for Furman's rising fourth-year students.