Student Information

When planning for the 2024 Executive Banking School, consider the following information.

2024 Session Tuition

Member Rate: $7,990
Non-Member Rate: $8,990

Planning Considerations

Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina
Dates: July 21, 2024 – July 31, 2024

Housing

Key Dates

New Student Application Closes: May 3
New Student Tuition Due: May 17 (students with unpaid tuition disenrolled)
Full Roster Closes: May 17
New Student Waitlist Opens: May 20
New Student Waitlist Closes and Tuition Due: June 7
Last Day to Cancel with Refund: June 7
Virtual Orientation: June 13, 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET (Zoom)
SIM Prework Due (REQUIRED): July 9
Virtual Day 1 (REQUIRED): July 16, 11:00am - 6:00pm ET (Zoom)
Check-in: July 21, 10:30am - 5:00pm ET
Welcome Reception: July 21, 5:30pm ET
Classes Begin: July 22
Bank Swag Day: July 25
Bank Dinner Night: July 25 (see bank point of contact for details)
Free Day (no classes): July 27
Student Social: July 28
Check-out Windows: July 30, 5:30pm - 7:30pm ET (Students are expected to be on campus until the end of the final session)
July 31, 6:30am - 12:00pm ET (No classes)
Returning Student Tuition Due: March 29 ($200 late fee)
Last Day to Cancel with Refund: June 7
Check-in: July 20, 10:30am - 5:00pm ET
Classes Begin: July 21
Welcome Reception: July 21, 5:30pm ET
Bank Swag Day: July 25
Bank Dinner Night: July 25 (see bank point of contact for details)
Free Day (no classes): July 27
Student Social: July 28
Check-out Windows: July 30, 5:30pm - 7:30pm ET (Students are expected to be on campus until the end of the final session)
July 31, 6:30am - 12:00pm ET (No classes)
Returning Student Tuition Due: March 29 ($200 late fee)
Prework #1 Due: May 24
Virtual Orientation: June 4, 1:00pm - 2:00pm ET (Zoom)
Prework Webinar: June 6, 1:00pm - 2:00pm ET (Zoom)
Last Day to Cancel with Refund: June 7
Prework #2 Due: June 28
Basic Bonds Webinar: July 2, 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET (Zoom)
Check-in: July 20, 10:30am - 5:00pm ET
Classes Begin: July 21
Welcome Reception: July 21, 5:30pm ET
Bank Swag Day: July 25
Bank Dinner Night: July 25 (see bank point of contact for details)
Free Day (no classes): July 27
Student Social: July 28
Graduation: July 30, 9:30am - 11:00am (shareable livestream link will be provided for family and friends)
Check-out Windows: July 30, 6:30am - 9:30am and 11:00am - 1:00pm ET (students are expected to be on campus until the end of graduation)

Student Life

  • Networking

    The tight-knit campus community facilitates lifelong professional relationships. Students are required to work in study teams and will be assigned to teams each year for small group learning. In between sessions, students will be assigned home study assignments to supplement material learned in class. The total time for completing each year’s assignments varies per student, but typically ranges between 50-100 hours.

  • Location

    Our resident session is held at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. Widely known for its beautiful campus, Furman provides the perfect location to live and learn while attending CBA’s Executive Banking School. Updated, executive-quality classrooms provide state-of-the-art technology. The campus is equipped with wireless Internet capabilities allowing students to remain connected with those at home and at the office while away.

  • Accommodations

    Students are housed in air-conditioned residence halls on Furman’s campus. Each participant will have a private bedroom with shared kitchen and lounge spaces available. All linens and housekeeping service are provided. In the evenings, students can enjoy fresh air from the balcony or take advantage of the many outdoor amenities. Tennis, volleyball and basketball courts as well as walking trails are all located just outside the door. The university’s fitness center is available for participants to use as well. The university also has its own golf course located just one mile from central campus.

    Students dine in the university’s renovated facility overlooking the lake. Breakfast and lunch are provided daily. The dining hall offers a variety of options, including made-to-order stations, home-style meals, deli and grill, pizza, salad bar, and bake shop. In the evenings, dinner is on your own, and students use this opportunity to network with fellow classmates and take advantage of downtown Greenville’s many restaurants.

  • About Greenville

    Greenville is located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The city has undergone a major downtown revitalization project, and now boasts over 60 restaurants and 30 shops centered around its tree-lined Main Street. Downtown Greenville has been recognized for having one of the country’s Great American Main Streets and serves as a model for revitalization efforts across the country. Within walking distance of shops and restaurants is the stunning Falls Park on the Reedy River featuring scenic overlooks, nature trails, landscaped gardens, waterfalls, and a pedestrian suspension bridge. The area also has numerous cultural activities, historical sites, and outdoor recreation.