For the past 39 years, the equation “Francis Marion + the Pee Dee’s top math students” has always equaled the Pee Dee Regional High School Mathematics Tournament.
FMU will award honorary degrees to a former Chief Justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court and a Pee Dee pediatrician and entrepreneur during fall commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 15.
Beginning in January, the two entities will launch the second cohort of the Certificate in Executive Management class.
FMU is on the way to adding a second engineering degree program to its growing repertoire, part of a dynamic expansion of the University’s academic programming.
A new database developed by The State newspaper and released this week, shows FMU has the lowest net cost of attendance of any four-year college or university in S.C. — public or private.
FMU’s Department of Psychology honored Myrtle Beach Chief of Police Amy Prock as the recipient of its 2018 Psychology Alumni of the Year Monday night.
FMU and its students are once again the beneficiary of a federal grant program designed to improve the diversity of the region’s health care workforce, and increase the supply of healthcare practitioners to medically underserved areas.
One of the first professional programs at FMU was in education. University leaders and supporters realized early on that a critical part of the university’s mission would be supporting education in the region.