Think it's impossible to earn your degree or certificate at an affordable price from one of the nation's premier liberal arts universities? Think again.
Furman Undergraduate Evening Studies (UES) offers adults a high-quality education at a competitive rate, with numerous financial aid options for degree-seeking students. Earning your bachelor's degree or certification from a nationally-ranked university makes an education at Furman a high-return investment.
Tuition Rates and fees
Our students pay per credit hour. The majority of our courses are three credit hours each. Tuition can be paid by check or cash at Enrollment Services or online by logging into the MyFurman student portal. The cost to audit a class is half the tuition rate.
for new students*
|Tuition per credit hour
2017 - 2018
|Vehicle registration fee
|$10 per year
*Refunded after successful award of a degree or certificate, but is forfeited if a student is inactive for more than three semesters.
A late registration fee of $100 is applied to registrations after the posted deadline.
Apply for Financial Aid
Furman participates in all federal and state financial aid programs. If you are pursuing an undergraduate degree in UES, you may be eligible for scholarships, grants, and/or loans. Students in post-baccalaureate programs and non-degree seeking students are ineligible at Furman for federal or state financial aid. To learn more about your federal and state financial aid options, visit Financial Aid.
Osher Re-entry Scholarship
The Furman Osher Re-entry Scholarship awards up to $5,000 to students who have returned to the classroom to pursue their first bachelor's degree. Awards are based on age requirements, academic promise, financial need, and achievements made in spite of personal and professional obstacles. The deadline to apply for the Osher Re-entry Scholarship is July 1. Apply now.
Undergraduate Evening Studies Scholarships
The following scholarships are available each semester exclusively to returning UES students who demonstrate strong academic ability and financial need. Apply for a UES scholarship.
- Jack Dickey Scholarship requires the student awarded be of Junior or Senior status, have proven need, and shows successful academic progress or achievement.
- Grace L. Hill Scholarship requires a full-time student who shows financial need and requires assistance in order to attend UES.
- Hazel Long Smith ’41 Scholarship is awarded to deserving students showing need and good character.
- Sharon & Leonard Lee Scholarship is awarded to students in the UES program with demonstrated financial need. Must be a U.S. Citizen to qualify.
The UES scholarship application deadlines are:
- August 1 for the fall semester
- December 1 for the spring semester
- May 1 for the summer term
Employer Tuition Reimbursement
Students reimbursed through their employer must pay the full amount of tuition and submit for reimbursement after grades are posted. Instructions for direct billing to an employer must be submitted to the UES office upon registration. Employer checks or vouchers should be made payable to Furman University. If employers require enrollment certification, please visit Enrollment Services, and complete the Enrollment Certification form. Additional verification, such as account balance, financial aid, and final grade information is accessible through the MyFurman student portal.