The Engaged Living First-Year Experience application will available in May. You will be able to complete the application once you receive your network credentials.
Deadline to apply: June 1 at 5:00pm
Every year, the Engaged Living First-Year Experience invites interested students from Furman’s incoming first-year class to join our community. Our community’s residents are campus ambassadors, student research fellows, and leaders in student government, fraternity and sorority life, and other organizations.
Some are student-athletes while others perform in campus productions. No matter how you choose to be involved at Furman, the Engaged Living First-Year Experience program ensures that your first-year experience will be rewarding and fun.
You can complete your Engaged Living application online. You will need your Furman username and password, which will be mailed to you in May. To submit your application login to your Housing Self-Service Portal using your Furman username and password.
Once you are logged in:
- In the navigation on the left select the “Application” drop-down menu
- Click on “Freshmen Engaged Living Application”
- Read the disclaimer statement and electronically acknowledge at the bottom
- Click “Continue”
- Answer the application questions
- Attach the answers to the essay questions for each community you are interested in.
- Click “Continue”
- You will receive a confirmation message to your Furman email account
Prepare Your Application
Waiting on your Furman network credentials, but you want to get a head start on your application? Here are the essay questions you will need to answer! You will submit separate answers for each community you are applying to.
Environmental Community of Students (ECOS)
- What interested you in ECOS and what do you hope to gain from your participation in the community?
- What sparked your interest in environmental science and/or sustainability science?
- Why are you interested in Healthcare Today and what do you hope to gain from your participation?
- Describe experiences/opportunities (if any) you have had to observe areas of healthcare (ex shadowing, volunteer work).
Politics and the Human Soul
- What interested you in the Politics community and what do you hope to gain from your participation?
- What book has changed or deepened your perspective, and how?