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Campus Life & Activities

Part of Furman’s mission is to develop a sense of belongingness and connectedness among students and the campus community. Additionally, we want students to develop robust connections and mutually beneficial partnerships with our local community through community engaged learning, service, and other programming. Although we will continue to adapt the student experience this spring, there will be many opportunities for students to engage with each other and continue their educational pursuits.

In order to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff – and our community partners – Furman will allow limited opportunities for off-campus, in-person experiences such as credit-bearing internships, applying specific criteria and protocols.

Please be aware that Furman will continue to monitor the virus activity on campus and in the Greenville Community and may revise, suspend, or reverse its position if circumstances dictate.

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Student Organizations & Recreation

Furman fosters a vibrant social experience through reimagined programs, events and activities.

Explore the opportunities

Our Centers & Institutes Programs

Our centers and institutes continue to provide students with opportunities to make a difference.

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Self-Exploration and Growth

Volunteerism, leadership and wellness are key to the student experience.

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Career Connections

Connect with Furman faculty and staff to discover internships and explore career opportunities.

See our career connections
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Greenville Reedy River

Transportation & Logistics

Minimize risk to the Furman and Greenville communities while traveling on and off campus.

Read about how to stay safe

The university will closely monitor the evolving circumstances related to COVID-19, along with rapidly developing scientific knowledge and medical resources, to determine the appropriateness for adjustments and contingencies. For general questions about the spring semester, please email