FMU President Dr. Fred Carter and members of the university’s administration briefed the academic deans and department chairs on Friday, May 22 on the progress of FMU’s planning for the return to in-person instruction on campus in the fall.
Like a lot of events this spring, the Francis Marion University Jazz Ensemble’s spring concert was cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak. And then it re-emerged last week in a different form.
Francis Marion University is putting together a comprehensive plan to keep students, faculty, and staff safe when fall 2020 classes begin in late August.
Latest letter from dr. Fred Carter, Francis Marion University president, to faculty and staff. We have one more week behind us this semester, and I hope that everyone is doing well. Let me take a few minutes and update you on a few events of the past week. The General Assembly convened on […]
Francis Marion University has moved to online instruction for the Spring 2020 semester and has closed most of the campus due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Francis Marion School of Education students and faculty may be outside of their normal classroom environments, but their eagerness to teach persists.
Francis Marion’s final Open House of the spring semester wasn’t held in person, but potential Patriots were given a unique opportunity to learn more about the University