Furman University

Furman University

Greenville, South Carolina


Earnings

The average earnings of former students working 10 years after entry at Furman University is $59,700 with 25% of former students having earnings less than $33,900 compared to 25% former students having earnings greater than $73,400.

Mean Earnings After 10 Years

$59,700

Earnings Range After 10 Years

$33,900 - $73,400

Percent Earning Over $25,000 After 10 Years

83%

The percent of former students working 10 years after entry at Furman University is 94% compared to 6% of former students 10 years after entry not working.

Working Status

94%

94% percent_working

6%

6% percent_not_working

Earnings by Gender

The average earnings of former Furman University male students 10 years after entry is $68,300 compared to $52,800 for former female students.

Earnings by Gender

GenderMean Earnings
female$52,800
male$68,300

Earnings by Year

The average earnings for former students generally increases with increase in years after entry. The average earnings 6 years after entry at Furman University is $41,400, 7 years after entry is $40,300, 8 years after entry is $50,500, 9 years after entry is $50,600, and 10 years after entry is $59,700.

Earnings by Year

YearsMean Earnings
after 6 years$41,400
after 7 years$40,300
after 8 years$50,500
after 9 years$50,600
after 10 years$59,700

Debt

The median debt (loan principal) of Furman University students is $19,500. 50% of students have debt between $9,250 and $27,000 with 25% of students with debt less than $9,250 compared to 25% students with debt greater than $27,000.

Median Debt (Loan Principal)

$19,500

Debt Range

$9,250 - $27,000

The median debt of Furman University students is $24,981 for completers and $8,666 for noncompleters.

Completion StatusMedian Debt
completers$24,981
noncompleters$8,666

Debt by Gender

The median debt at Furman University for male students is $19,500 compared to $19,500 for female students.

Debt by Gender

GenderMedian Debt
male$19,500
female$19,500

Debt by Income

Student loan debt varies by income. Former students with income between $0 to $30,000 have median debt of $24,172 compared to median debt of $21,906 for former students with income between $30,000 and $75,000 and $19,000 for former students with income greater than $75,000.

Debt by Income

Income RangeMedian Debt
$0 - $30,000$24,172
$30,000 - $75,000$21,906
> $75,000$19,000

Repayment

The seven year repayment rate of former Furman University students is 92%. The seven year repayment rate of former Furman University male students is 91% compared to 92% for former female students.

7-year Repayment Rate

92%

7-year Repayment Rate by Gender

91%

91% male

92%

92% female


The seven year repayment rate of former Furman University students is 94% for completers and 84% for noncompleters.

Completion Status7-year Repayment Rate
completers94%
noncompleters84%

Repayment by Year

The repayment rate of former students varies with year. The one-year repayment rate of former Furman University students is 77%, three-year repayment rate is 83%, five-year repayment rate is 87%, and seven-year repayment rate is 92%.

YearsRepayment Rate
one-year77%
three-year83%
five-year87%
seven-year92%

Repayment by Income

Repayment rate of former students varies by income. Former students with income between $0 and $30,000 have seven year repayment rate of - compared to seven year repayment rate of 90% for former students with income between $30,000 and $75,000 and - for former students with income greater than $75,000.

Income Range7-year Repayment Rate
$0 - $30,000-
$30,000 - $75,00090%
> $75,000-