Because your mental health affects all aspects of college life, the Counseling Center works closely with other campus resources.
Academics in college can be more demanding than in high school, but we don’t expect you to do it alone. The Office for Academic Success offers tutoring, and help with time management and writing.
Stress can affect your physical well being.
Do you experience impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities? The Student Office for Accessibility Resources can help you obtain accommodations for equal access to academics, housing, and other aspects of life at Furman.
If you’re concerned about your safety or the safety of others, contact University Police.
Worried about your or a friend’s alcohol or drug use? Looking for prevention tips?
We’re dedicated to educating our campus community about sexual harassment, sexual assault, and rape prevention and supporting survivors of sexual violence.
From your health to your housing to your recreation, the Division of Student life will work with you to help you have an enjoyable college experience.
We have a diverse religious community at Furman, and the Office of Spiritual Life has developed resources to meet our community’s needs.
Do you know someone who’s struggling socially or academically? Work with our Student Intervention Team to identify and help those students.
At Furman, our students take pride in their diversity through programs and student organizations that focus on everything from sexuality to cultural heritage.
College is easier when you have a plan.