Some students go right from high school, to college and onto an advanced degrees. Others spend years in the workforce before heading back to school. FMU’s Fall FNP class had some of all that.
Luke Fennell knew what he wanted from his college experience: a degree that would put him on the path to becoming a doctor. The biology major from the small town of Olanta, S.C., found that at FMU — and so much more.
FMU’s School of Business is providing career-minded individuals with an opportunity to take an extra step up the corporate ladder.
What does “FMU + the Pee Dee’s top mathematics students” equal? The answer to that long-pondered equation is the Pee Dee Regional High School Math Tournament.
FMU will award honorary degrees to civil rights activist, a lifelong educator, and a long-time supporter of FMU athletics during its fall commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 14 in the Smith University Center gymnasium on the FMU campus.
Francis Marion University’s First Generation Fund is the focus of the University’s participation in the nationwide “Day of Giving” event on Tuesday Dec. 3.
Francis Marion University’s chemistry department has once again been certified by the American Chemical Society’s Committee on Professional Training.
Doug’s Day, a founders’ day event celebrating the FMU’s 50th anniversary, brought thousands of people to campus Thursday night.
Francis Marion University’s Board of Trustees voted to extend President Dr. Fred Carter’s contract through the 2025-26 academic year and named him the University’s first president emeritus.
Francis Marion University’s Doug’s Day festival, a founders’ day event celebrating the University’s 50th anniversary, is moving to the Smith University Center on the FMU campus due to the threat of inclement weather.