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Institutional development and leadership

Founded inFurman University is the oldest private university in South Carolina and among the 75 oldest institutions of higher education in operation nationally today. The university is named for Richard Furman, among the most important Baptist clergyman during the early decades of the new nation and an influential advocate of educational institutions throughout the country. Like many elite men of this era, however, Furman was also a slaveholder.

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In reaction to the foiled Denmark Vesey slave rebellionhe authored a public letter that urged the literacy and education of enslaved persons while supporting slaveholding as a Christian practice and minimizing its inhumanity. The university continues to reckon with these legacies.

In the s, James C. James C. During the war, the university closed, as most of its white male student body served on behalf of the Confederacy.

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For this, the university paid dearly and barely survived. Throughout the late s and s, James C. Furman fought passionately to save the institution in the economically devastated post-war climate. In the pre-industrialized South, saving Furman and other similar private institutions depended upon sacrificial, small gifts from churches and individuals.

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The college almost closed more than once. Over the next century, however, still guided by the vision of an educated and enlightened public and led by dedicated trustees, administrators, and faculty, the college prospered, taking the best of its founding heritage and formulating the foundation of the values it holds today.

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Inin response to the firing of a religion professor who challenged doctrinal assumptions, Furman faculty formed a chapter of the American Association for University Professors AAUP. Inmessengers to the SCBC voted to sever all legal and financial ties to the university, a move that was embraced by most of the university community. This watershed moment has allowed Furman the freedom to self-govern and independently continue along its progressive path.

AfterFurman became the beneficiary of several sizable bequests, in addition to continued support from The Duke Endowment. Notably, the Daniel Estateand the estate of John D. Hollingworthalong with grants from major foundations like Andrew W. Mellon, have allowed Furman to develop into a nationally competitive liberal arts and sciences university, with funds used to support academic programs and scholarships, the building and renovation of campus structures, and innovative campus initiatives.

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Faculty, students, graduates, and friends of the institution have identified with and supported the founding vision of a quality education for all. Under the leadership of Mary C. Furman thus became a co-educational institution operating on two campuses in downtown Greenville.

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After World War II, the largest enrollment of students on record caused overcrowding and highlighted the growing disrepair of campus buildings and infrastructure. Inthe trustees, hoping to unite the two campuses on a single site, purchased land five miles north of downtown Greenville at the base of the Blue Ridge mountains, where construction on the current campus began three years later. Noted landscape architects Innocenti and Webel of New York deed the campus grounds, and Perry, Shaw, Hepburn and Dean Architects, who had recently restored Colonial Williamsburg, deed the campus structures and layout.

Between andstudents and faculty transitioned to the new site. The relocation inspired much re-visioning and change, including a desire to unite all athletic teams under one mascot.

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At the completion of the transition, the student body voted in support of the Paladin, a medieval knight. Furman is regularly deated as one of the most beautiful college campuses in America. Furman has always nurtured the cultivation of the whole person, and at the heart of that are myriad athletic, cultural, faith-based, volunteer, and social opportunities.

Thirteen national fraternities and sororities have chapters on campus. Furman athletics, in particular, boasts a long and accomplished past. Charles H. There are many others with less specific titles: medical doctors, lawyers, teachers, diplomats, researchers, entrepreneurs, people who have given their lives in service to the poor and powerless, ministers, therapists, internationally known musicians, and ificantly more Ph.

During the Civil Rights Movement, judicial decisions and Congressional legislation prohibited educational institutions from discriminating on the basis of race.

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Inthe university first offered a course in African American history and hired its first African American faculty member for the summer session. Throughout the s, several African American adjunct faculty offered courses, and inDrs. The student body elected its first African American president inand inthe university named one of its residential complexes after Clark Murphy, a much-beloved GWC janitor, handyman, and groundskeeper.

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InFurman became the first college or university in South Carolina to offer same-sex domestic partner medical insurance and other benefits. InFurman became a regional leader in efforts among colleges and universities to research its slaveholding and racial past.

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The university formally acknowledged in that its campus sits on traditional land of the Cherokee people, and that it seeks to gain inspiration from how the Cherokees learned from and used the land. The university prioritizes the cultivation of a diverse campus community and an inclusive campus climate.

In the s, under the leadership of professors Gordon Blackwell and Laura Ebaugh and with support from the Rockefeller Foundation, Furman faculty spearheaded a t community-university experiment to analyze and develop programming aimed at education and social reform in Greenville.

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In the s, under the leadership of President David E. Today, the Shi Institute for Sustainable Communities serves as a regional hub for sustainability education, applied sustainability research, and sustainability leadership. Furman is also enhanced by The Richard W. These campus institutes utilize research and service to meaningfully improve the quality of life in South Carolina and beyond. The university has received ificant national attention for its commitment to communities beyond its campus, including being named a recipient of the Carnegie Foundation Elective Community Engagement Classification.

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As it approaches its bicentennial, The Furman Advantage promises each student a high-impact college experience focused on self-discovery emanating from mutually enhancing classroom and real-world experiences, reflection, and career exploration. Interested in who we are, where we want to go, and what defines us as a university and a community?

In This Section. About Our History.

Our History. Institutional Development and Leadership Founded inFurman University is the oldest private university in South Carolina and among the 75 oldest institutions of higher education in operation nationally today.

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. Vision, Mission and Values Statements Interested in who we are, where we want to go, and what defines us as a university and a community?