FMU President Dr. Fred Carter told the University’s trustees Thursday that the University has made significant achievements over the past five years, all pointing it towards a bright future.
Two venerated members of the Pee Dee region were recognized for their tireless service to the people of the area at the 2018 Marion Medallion awards ceremony on Tuesday, Feb. 27 at the FMU PAC.
There’ll be “lightning in the air” on Friday May 4 with the iconic Marshall Tucker Band brings its legendary brand of Southern rock to the Francis Marion University’s Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 4.
When FMU’s Dooley Planetarium opened 40 years ago, the Pee Dee region was presented with a distinctive new venue for education and, yes, entertainment.
The South Carolina Chamber Music Festival, produced by FMU’s Dr. Paolo Gualdi, will make its way to Florence for its sixth season on Monday, Feb. 19.
Francis Marion University’s 2018 Homecoming week will kick off on Monday, Feb. 5 with a week of activities leading up to the big Homecoming Day celebration on Saturday, Feb 10.
Ceramic sculptures by Greenville artist Elaine Quave and paintings by Myrtle Beach artist Neva Campbell will be on view in the Adele Kassab Gallery in the Hyman Fine Arts Center at FMU from Jan. 9 through Feb. 15.