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Local Organizations


This is a directory of Upstate area clubs and organizations compiled by library staff based on information provided to us by the organizations themselves. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information. Please send any corrections or additions via email to bmclean@greenvillelibrary.org or by calling (864) 527-9241.


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Bob Jones University Alumni Association

www.bju.edu/communities/alumni/

A dues paying association of graduates and former students of Bob Jones University and Bob Jones Academy dedicated to the support of the school and to the service of the alumni.

Clemson University
Alumni Association

alumni.clemson.edu

The Alumni Association seeks to enhance the lifelong Clemson experience by serving, involving and informing alumni, current and future students, and friends of Clemson University.

Furman Alumni Association

alumni.furman.edu

The Alumni Association serves the university by guarding Furman's heritage, serving as ambassadors to the university, and actively participating in the life of the university through alumni events.

Greenville Literacy Association

www.greenvilleliteracy.org

The Greenville Literacy Association, a community-based adult literacy program, recruits and trains community volunteers to provide instruction for adults in Adult Basic Education (ABE), Pre-GED, and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. Greenville Literacy has five fully equipped and staffed learning centers across Greenville County and assists church and neighborhood literacy programs near these centers

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Furman

www.furman.edu/olli

Furman Learning in Retirement Program (FULIR) has been renamed the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Furman (OLLI @ Furman) in response to a grant from the Bernard Osher Foundation, a San Francisco based philanthropic organization. OLLI at Furman continues to serve senior adult learners with classes and activities that stimulate the successful aging process by inspiring students to stay intellectually and physically active. Each term, over 600 people in the Greenville community enjoy the opportunity to make new friends and pursue educational interests on the Furman campus.

Sterling High School Alumni Association

The Alumni Association membership is for any former student, faculty or staff member of Sterling High School. The purpose of the association is to maintain and preserve the history of Sterling High School and to encourage and promote communication among alumni of Sterling High School. The association also plans, organizes, and conducts programs and events that commemorate the legacy of Sterling High School