Living at Furman May Experience Furman

Furman provides the same housing accommodations, dining and student services during May Experience that are available during the academic year. Though the cost of the three-week term is included with tuition, you will be responsible for housing and dining costs.

Housing and Dining

Housing and meal plans are available during your May Experience course. If you are planning to live on campus, you are required to purchase a meal plan. However, if you are not living on campus, you have the option to pay for a meal plan. Visit the Housing and Residence Life site for the housing application, costs and more information.

Health Services

Our health services program is available during May Experience. If our qualified staff can't provide the care you need, they can refer you to a medical facility in Greenville. Get treatment.

Campus Events

Our campus hosts a variety of events during May Experience. Join us for an event.

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