Mr. Jonathan Phipps, FMU Alumnus and Senior Portfolio Analyst with “Caliber Home Loans” in Florence, SC, informed Career Development that his company has two (2) full-time job openings for the position described below. Position: Correspondent Specialist *BA/BS preferred Required: Minimum 1 year Correspondent Lending experience in high volume setting. Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication […]
Francis Marion University students and graduates will receive a helping hand this spring when it comes to building a meaningful, post-graduation career.
Francis Marion University’s Adele Kassab Art Gallery, located in the Hyman Fine Arts Center is hosting the its first exhibition of the new year, Dereliction: Changing Structures by Pamela Winegard.
Duke Energy has made a $50,000 donation to the Francis Marion University Educational Foundation, and funds will go towards the University’s planned freshwater ecology center.
Rhyli Burke managed quite a large workload as a double major in Psychology and Sociology. With the help of her professors, Burke was able to not only graduate, but excel in her academics.
College can be a bit overwhelming. At Francis Marion, Syquita Jones found that wasn’t the case and the small campus size made her new school feel like home.
FLORENCE — Francis Marion conferred degrees on 298 graduates at its fall commencement ceremonies Saturday on the FMU campus. The graduating class was the third-largest fall class in FMU history, buoyed by 76 graduate students who received their diplomas. FMU’s recent growth has been fueled by students flocking to new graduate programs, particularly within the School [...]
Two members of Francis Marion University Reserve Officer Training Corps program were commissioned as officers in the U.S. military Friday morning ahead of fall commencement exercises. Both new officers will enter military medical fields and plan to advance their training while serving. Second Lieutenant Nicholas Smith is entering active duty with the U.S. Army Nursing [...]
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.