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Christian college students interact in Blue Hill Coffee, a student-run enterprise at SWU.

The faith-filled community at SWU is comprised of students, faculty and staff who are passionate about learning and growing, both inside and outside of the classroom.

Warriors at heart. Your campus experience may only last a few years, but your connection to Southern Wesleyan can last a lifetime. Stay connected to SWU through events, publications, and social media.

SWU provides a Christian college environment for fine arts engagement opportunities.

Whether you come for a campus visit, fine arts program, or athletic event, SWU seeks to provide educational and cultural opportunities not just to our campus community but to the greater community around us.

Board of Visitors

The Board of Visitors is a group of successful men and women, including university alumni and friends, who are committed to the growth and development of Southern Wesleyan and its mission.

By becoming a member of the Southern Wesleyan University Board of Visitors, individuals have the opportunity to shape the lives of students in each and every area of study. Members of the Board of Visitors are respected in the areas where they live and have influenced their communities through various means of support. Southern Wesleyan University will also benefit from members’ experience by their committing to do the following:

The Board of Visitors serves as the catalyst for the support of Southern Wesleyan University and its student-centered mission. We would be honored if you would consider becoming a member of this distinguished group.

For more information, contact the SWU Office of Advancement at (855) 644-5008 or .

Board of Visitors Members

Fletcher Anderson Central, S.C.
Yvonne Arrowood Greenville, S.C.
John Atcheson Six Mile, S.C.
Joe Atcheson Central, S.C.
Bobby Ballentine Clemson, S.C.
Ken Bauer Madison, Ala.
Michael J. Bonham Seneca, S.C.
Ronald L. Brank Franklin, Tenn.
Ed T. Bryant Atlanta, Ga.
Steve Campbell Seneca, S.C.
Lawrence Clayton Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Larry D. Coggins Greenville, S.C.
Patricia Collins Central, S.C.
Al B Cumbie III Honea Path, S.C.
Billy T.  Davis Greenville, S.C.
Rusty Davis Anderson, S.C.
Joseph C. Ellers Clemson, S.C.
Lelleree Greene Chesnee, S.C.
Larry C. Hendrix Walhalla, S.C.
J. Paul Hilson Fayetteville, N.C.
Faith Hobson Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Carroll P. Hutcheson Duncan, S.C.
Tom Hyll Greer, S.C.
Billy R. Jones McDonough, Ga.
Don Karns Piedmont, S.C.
Wilbur Key Easley, S.C.
Ray G. Klumb Bahama, N.C.
Curt Lee Columbia, Ky.
Derrick Lemons Bogart, Ga.
Charles Lusk Kennesawy, Ga.
Ed Martin Central, S.C.
Emily DeRoberts McCoy Easley, S.C.
James Medders Simpsonville, S.C.
Gordon E. Miller Kernersville, N.C.
Paul Mullinax Piedmont, S.C.
Randall M. Newton Clemson, S.C.
Tim Newton Fayetteville, N.C.
John Michael Powell West Union, S.C.
Keith Powell Easley, S.C.
Stan Rampey Seneca, S.C.
Andre' B. Richburg Greenville, S.C.
Levon Stack Columbia,S.C.
Brian Swords Liberty, S.C.
Stan H. Thompson   Central, S.C.
W. Herbert Thompson Jr. Central, S.C.
Jerry Vickery Easley, S.C.
H. Dean Watson Easley, S.C.
John Williams, Jr. Greenville, S.C.
D. Clifton Wood Charlotte, N.C.
Julian H. Yelton Walhalla, S.C.