We are excited that you have decided to attend Furman! To confirm your spot at our university, please complete the following steps by the appropriate deadline. As a reminder, you will need your Furman network credentials to complete a number of these tasks, which you will receive in May.
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Take the first step to enrolling at Furman. Submit our Statement of Intent form along with a $500 deposit. By signing this statement and paying the deposit, you are making a commitment to enroll at Furman. The deposit will be refunded, less any fees owed to the university, once you have graduated. Sign the form and pay the deposit electronically, or you may send a check and printed form to:
Office of Admission
3300 Poinsett Highway
Greenville, SC 29613
Instructions to come! You will receive your ID during summer orientation or via mail over over the summer.
The information you provide in the New Student Survey will help Furman assign you an initial academic advisor who will work with you as a new student. In order to access the survey, you will need to use your Furman ID number and network credentials, which you will receive in mid-May.
Learn about the technology resources available at Furman and get your computer ready to access the campus network by reviewing our technology orientation. You will receive your network credentials in mid-May.
Furman is a residential campus. If you are not married or planning to live at home with your parents or guardians, you are required to live on campus in university housing. Be sure to review Furman’s housing options before applying.
You will receive additional information about this task in May.
Ease the transition into your first year by participating in our living and learning community. Engaged Living is one of the best ways to enhance your educational experience at Furman and become a thriving and involved student on campus. Learn more about the Engaged Living program.
The Earle Student Health Center requires several tasks be completed in order remain compliant while a student at Furman. Additional information about these tasks will be available later in the spring semester.
Furman offers a hybrid approach to acclimating students to academics and college life—Summer Orientation and Fall Orientation. Information about Summer Orientation for 2021, including how to register, will be available in March.
At Furman, you’re required to complete a foreign language sequence. If you have studied French, German, Spanish, Latin, or Chinese you will be asked to complete an online placement test prior to attending Summer Orientation. Information about how to access these tests will be available in May.
Placement exams for Japanese may be completed during Fall Orientation.
All new students are required to complete a First Year Writing Seminar (FYW) in their first year at Furman. First year writing seminars expose you to the expectations of college-level writing, but they also pose challenging intellectual issues and engage you in thoughtful discussions with your classmates. Each seminar is attached to one or more interdisciplinary categories and is limited to no more than 12 students to personalize your learning experience.
Before your summer academic advising appointment: Familiarize yourself with the interdisciplinary categories in which the first year writing seminars are grouped.
During your advising appointment: When you meet with your summer advisor, you will discuss your academic interests and rank in order three of these interdisciplinary categories that most interest you. These rankings will be used to assign you to an individual seminar that will fit into your initial course schedule.
Enrollment Services is designed as a campus hub where students and families can conduct enrollment transactions and get answers to questions of all types. Familiarize yourself with Enrollment Services by reviewing their website.
To manage your tuition bill, view fee and payment schedule, and enroll in paperless billing, please visit the Student Accounts section of the website.
The Furman University Police Department oversees the vehicle registration process. Please visit the Parking Information website to register your car, request a parking pass, and familiarize yourself with Furman’s parking policies. Vehicle registration for the 2021-2022 academic year will open in August.
We have joined a number of the nation’s top schools in offering AlcoholEdu for College and Haven as a component of our alcohol and sexual assault prevention initiative. Whether you abstain from alcohol or not, this program will help you make well-informed decisions about alcohol. You will receive an email in August with further instructions on how to complete this step.
Learn about Furman’s code of conduct, procedures and policies by reviewing the student handbook.
Furman offers a hybrid approach to acclimating students to academics and college life—Summer Orientation and Fall Orientation. All students are required to attend Fall Orientation. Learn more about Fall Orientation.
If you have a disability or medical condition that requires some type of accommodation, submit your disability documentation to us. See the guidelines for documenting disabilities. Documentation may be mailed, faxed or emailed to:
Student Office for Accessibility Resources
3300 Poinsett Highway
Greenville, SC 29613
Along with that documentation, be sure to complete our Initial Contact Form. Review of these documents may take three to four weeks. Once your information (both documentation and the Initial Contact Form) has been received, you will be contacted to arrange a telephone intake interview to discuss accommodations. Information may be sent at any time, but needs to be received by June 30 to ensure accommodations are in place by the start of the fall semester.
Like to blog? Are you an Instagram or Twitter junkie? Apply now to be a Social Media Intern for the Office of Admission. Social Media Interns will blog, tweet, and Instagram their day to day experiences at Furman throughout the academic year.
Learn more about our multifaith groups and connect with a religious organization on campus. Our religious organizations offer opportunities for friendship, dialogue, worship, and spiritual guidance. Complete our Multifaith Interest Form to connect with one or more organizations that interest you. Feel free to contact the Office of Spiritual Life with any questions.