What’s the value of a Furman education? It’s an investment in your future—97 percent of Furman students are employed or in graduate school within six months of graduating. These alumni find meaning in their careers. They lead fulfilling lives, and find satisfaction in doing what they love. And they discovered that passion at Furman.
Yes, a college education is a substantial investment. But a Furman education is one of the smartest investments you’ll ever make.
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Furman is listed among the nation's top 200 schools by The Princeton Review, and ranks No. 5 for "Best Schools for Making an Impact."
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net price calculator
Furman’s online net price calculator can help you estimate the amount of your financial aid award and the amount you may expect to pay. Evaluate your costs.
Furman scholarships reward students for previous academic and co-curricular accomplishments. Our merit-based scholarships require your admission application for consideration. Explore scholarships.
need-based financial aid
There are many options to help pay for your Furman education, from loans and grants to student employment. We help students keep their college debt manageable by awarding more grants than loans. As a result, our graduates have a student loan default rate much lower than the national average.
With so many options to consider, navigating the final aid process can be a challenge. Our Office of Financial Aid makes things as transparent as possible, offering a personalized approach to guide you through your options. Go to Office of Financial Aid.
Tuition Exchange Programs
Furman participates in the Tuition Exchange and Associated Colleges of the South programs. If your parent is a faculty or staff member at an institution participating in one of these programs, we invite you to apply through your parent’s Human Resources department. Review our tuition exchange programs.