Check Your Credentials
After you submit your application, you are responsible for having additional documents, which we call "credentials," sent directly to the admissions office. Credentials include items such as high-school transcripts, college transcripts, and SAT, ACT, or TOEFL scores. Your application instructions tell you what credentials are needed to complete your application. The admissions office needs all your required credentials before it can start processing your application.
How do you know if the admissions office has received all your credentials? It's easy. All you need to do is check the web.
If you applied for Spring 2013, Summer I or Summer II 2013, then you need to use this website to check for credentials: https://admissionsonline.sc.edu. You will need to login with your legal first name, legal last name, birth date, and e-mail address as listed on your admissions application. Please be aware that during peak processing periods, it can take up to six weeks for a document to appear in our system.
If you applied for Fall 2013, you'll need to check for credentials at https://ssb.onecarolina.sc.edu/BANP/bwskalog.P_DispLoginNon using the login ID/Web ID you received via email after you applied. Usually the web ID begins with a "ZA". The email you received after you applied has instructions on how to set up your PIN. Click here for detailed instructions on setting your PIN and checking your credentials!
If you have any questions after checking your credentials, use email@example.com to communicate with us. In any e-mails you send us, include your full, formal name and your application ID number. DO NOT include your Social Security Number.
If you need to contact the admissions office with other questions regarding your online application, again, tell us your full, formal name and application ID number. Be advised that admissions decisions cannot be released over the phone. You will receive your admission decision through the US postal service
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