While Francis Marion University remains closed through this month per Gov. Henry McMaster's executive order, campus dining services will operate under limited hours of operation after spring break for students remaining on campus. Ervin Dining Hall will be open on Sunday (3/22/2020) from 5pm to 7pm. Starting Monday (3/23/2020), Ervin will be open for brunch [...]
Message from Dr. Fred Carter, president Francis Marion University, to FMU faculty and staff. As you recall, the governor’s executive order yesterday closed the university, while giving us the latitude to transition to online instruction. Today we met with our COVID-19 working group, the vice presidents and department directors, and the deans and chairs. We [...]
FLORENCE — Francis Marion University is officially closing through March 31, per South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster’s March 15 Executive Order related to the continuing spread of the coronavirus in the state. The governor’s executive order closed all public schools in South Carolina. But it does provide individual universities with the authority “to deliver virtual [...]
Francis Marion is officially closing through March 31, per South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster’s March 15 Executive Order related to the continuing spread of the coronavirus in the state.
University Place Gallery, Francis Marion University’s newest art gallery in downtown Florence, will host its first Gallery Talk on Saturday.
Francis Marion University’s business and administrative offices have resumed normal hours of operation; Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Due to extensive flooding and widespread power outages throughout the Pee Dee River Basin, Francis Marion University will remain closed Monday and Tuesday.
Maintenance crews will be on campus Monday and Tuesday dealing with minor damage that occurred as a result of the storm, but essential systems on campus survived the storm in good shape.
Assuming major roadways are passable by mid-week, FMU will re-open on a normal schedule Wednesday.
Continue to monitor FMU’s website and social media channel for updates.
FMU President Dr. Fred Carter highlighted the dramatic growth of University’s academic programs, and its increasing impact on the region, at the FMU’s faculty breakfast Monday.