The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is a division of the Department of Student
Life that educates, empowers and organizes students, campus and community partners
to create opportunities for multicultural education, self-awareness, advocacy, cultural
understanding and social justice.
Minority Research Opportunities
The Office of the Vice President for Research contributes to the diversity of the University of South Carolina's campuses by helping to recruit and support under-represented minority faculty and students.
Office of Equal Opportunity Programs
The Office of Equal Opportunity Programs was created to ensure that applicants for employment, employees, and prospective and enrolled students of the University of South Carolina are protected against discrimination.
International Students Services
International Student Services is here to help you understand and make the most of your immigration status in the United States.
LGBT Peer Advocates
LGBT Peer Advocates are a mixed group of USC undergraduate and graduate students who serve as representatives and ambassadors for the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs.
Safe Zone Program
Safe Zone is a campus-wide program designed to visibly identify students, staff and faculty who support the LGBTQ population, understand some of the issues facing LGBTQ individuals, and are aware of the various LGBTQ resources. The site includes a directory of certified Safe Zone Allies.
Student Health Services
Student Health Services provide a holistic approach to health through comprehensive primary health care, disease prevention and wellness programs, and mental health and violence prevention services.
Counseling and Psychiatry
Counseling and psychiatry services provide students a safe place to speak privately and confidentially with a trained counselor or psychiatrist about a variety of concerns.
Student Disability Services
The Office of Student Disability Services serves students and the larger university community with disabilities and temporary injuries in managing the varying demands of the university experience.
Diversity and Inclusivity in the classroom
The university’s Center for Teaching Excellence provides workshops and resources to help faculty reach all of their students — whatever their background or experiences — to create a classroom environment that is inclusive and welcoming to all.
Conducted by various offices across campus, these diversity and inclusion training opportunities are available to faculty, staff and students who wish to learn more about becoming allies for members of our diverse community.