Undergraduate studies are all about preparation for real research. But for FMU students Rachel Fleschner and Kristin Ingram, their undergraduate years included a heavy dose of higher-level research within their chosen majors.
Francis Marion University’s first class of doctoral students is nearly complete and will begin their studies in January when FMU’s spring semester begins.
Grants give students in FMU School of Business the tools needed to produce real world industry forecasts
What do the pickles in a Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwich cost and how does that affect the fast food giant’s bottom line?
FMU will award honorary degrees to an power company executive and South Carolina Family Court Bench judge during fall commencement ceremonies Saturday at 10 a.m.
CCU and FMU have entered into an agreement with the Belle W. Baruch Foundation to create the Belle W. Baruch Institute for South Carolina Studies.
For the past 38 years, the equation “Francis Marion + the Pee Dee’s top math students” has always equaled the Pee Dee Regional High School Mathematics Tournament.
One of Francis Marion University’s most decorated honor societies, the Phi Alpha Theta History honors society, has won yet another national award.
Francis Marion Leadership FMU celebrated its tenth cohort with a ceremony honoring the 19 students to participate in the course Monday night.
FMU President Dr. Fred Carter told the University’s trustees Thursday that the FMU’s fiscal health has “never been better,” and that it is well-positioned for the future.