Most college students come to campus with their heads in the clouds. Derek Neal (’21) was no different. Well, he was actually very different.
Anquan Gamble (’21) was always fascinated with computers, coding, and anything related to cyberspace, but he never thought he’d be able to make a career of it.
FMU grad James Morris (’21) has always enjoyed tinkering with mechanical objects and solving mathematical problems. He just had a knack.
Francis Marion University is saying farewell to a long-time vice president and is welcoming his replacement to the campus community. Tucker Mitchell, FMU’s Vice President for University Communications, is retiring in July and will move to his native North Carolina. He’s been at FMU since 2013. Mitchell began discussing his plans with FMU President Dr. [...]
Francis Marion University opened its doors to welcome new scholarship recipients at its annual Scholarship Awards Day on Saturday at the FMU Performing Arts Center. The event brought some of the state’s top high school students and future Patriots to FMU’s campus to meet with faculty and staff, register for Fall 2021 classes and receive […]
A unique new educational fund created by Rachel Hodges, and her husband, former South Carolina Governor James H. “Jim” Hodges.
Francis Marion University presented awards to its top students at its annual Academic Awards ceremony on April 19 in the Smith University Center Gymnasium. The best students, as selected by each academic department, were recognized during the ceremony. University-wide awards, and special awards for particular achievements within a discipline were also handed out. Many of […]
Francis Marion University’s chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, a nationwide honor society which recognizes superior academic achievement regardless of field of study, inducted 30 new members at its annual induction ceremony Thursday night in the Chapman Auditorium on the FMU campus. Phi Kappa Phi membership can be obtained through invitation only and is restricted to […]