Living on a residential campus is fun and exciting. It also means you have a big support system to help you have a happy and healthy college experience. We’re here for you for every aspect of your college life.
Academics in college can be more demanding than in high school, but we don’t expect you to do it alone. Visit the Office of Academic Assistance for help with test anxiety, tutoring, and time management.
Stress can affect your physical well being. For help staying healthy visit Student Health Services.
We’re dedicated to educating our campus community about sexual harassment, sexual assault, and rape prevention and supporting survivors of sexual violence. Contact the Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Committee for more information.
Worried about yours or a friend’s alcohol or drug use? Or are you looking for prevention tips? The Office of Alcohol and Drug Education can help.
From your health to your housing to your recreation, the Division of Student life will work with you to help you have an enjoyable college experience. Learn how the Division of Student Life can help.
We have a diverse religious community at Furman and the Chaplaincy has developed resources to meet our community’s needs. Visit the Chaplaincy.
Disability Services can work with you to get the accommodations you need, including classroom accommodations. Contact Disability Services for more information.
Do you know someone who’s struggling socially or academically? Work with our Behavior Intervention Team to identify and help those students.
At Furman, our students take pride in their diversity through programs and student organizations that focus on everything from sexuality to cultural heritage. Visit the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
If you’re concerned about your safety or the safety of others contact the University Police.
College is easier when you have a plan. Visit Career Services.