Francis Marion University will offer an expanded healthcare plan to students covered by their tuition, at no additional cost, WMBF News reported.
“Students, as well as FMU faculty and staff, will be able to receive basic treatment and preventative services,” according to university officials. “HopeHealth operates a full-service clinic on the FMU campus. FMU and HopeHealth recently announced the renovation and expansion of that facility.”
The FMU Board of Trustees also approved another tuition freeze for the coming academic year and the addition of a Doctor of Occupational Therapy program.