Clubs & Organizations
- Admission ambassadors
- Student Government Association
- Chi Omega
When you're a student at Furman, you're not just a social security number. You're an individual. You get to know your professors and classmates because there aren't hundreds of students in every class. You can even set aside time to just visit and have a conversation with your professors. At Furman, the faculty want you to excel.
Best of list
I love the library's education center. The room has big, comfy chairs with small tables for your notes and books. It's a quiet place to study.
Going into downtown Greenville and hanging out with friends. It's very safe to walk around, and it can be a great stress reliever when you want to get away from campus.
Leaving my twin sister because we had never been apart for more than than a week. But I quickly found great friends and a second family here at Furman.
Students with Exceptionalities: I loved this course because it allowed me to do field research at the Meyer Center, which provides early childhood education and therapy to children with mixed disabilities. I was able to get a hands-on experience and I fell in love with the special needs children.
Last day of class. The student activities board puts on a big celebration outside the library. They have giveaways, face painting, balloon animals, and raffles for items like iPads and Kindles. The seniors get to swim in the main fountain in front of the library. I can't wait to be a senior!
I love Furman's "DH." We have a great staff who listen to what the students want. They come to student government meetings once a month and we take what we've heard from the student body and share it with them. There are also comment cards that students can fill out. The dining hall's staff really take those comments into consideration.