Dining Hall safely serves students during COVID-19.

Meeting students’ needs during a pandemic isn’t easy – especially when some students went into quarantine after possible exposure. In the fall, Furman dining and residence life staff stepped up to keep these students fed and to ensure they cast their votes in the presidential election. This is what the fall 2020 semester (the in-person period ran from August to mid-November) looked like.

carry-out bags delivered to students in quarantine or isolation
stairs climbed by housing and residence life staff to deliver meals to students in quarantine
mail-in ballots delivered by staff to students in quarantine on the eve of the presidential election

servings of cereal carried out
drinks carried out
packets of condiments carried out

Long before Pearlie Harris appeared on a mural high above downtown Greenville, she was a giant in education.

Mary Seawell Metz ’58 has committed $1 million to endow the Faculty Development Center’s directorship.

Beware the green binding. And mind the skull and crossbones.