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Furman University Furman Scholars Program

The Furman Scholars program is for high school juniors who exhibit strong academic potential for a liberal arts college. Guidance counselors nominate students during January and February of their junior year to participate in the program. Those students selected who enroll in Furman are guaranteed a $3,500 renewable scholarship. In their senior year, Furman Scholars may also be competitive for the Herman W. Lay (full tuition, room, board), Duke (full tuition), Founders (half-tuition), and Bell Tower (quarter-tuition) scholarships. A separate application for scholarship is required at the time you are applying to Furman, and can be downloaded from the website.


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