Per the request of many faculty members, instructors can now view photographs of their students in Blackboard.
This fall students can drop in for informal, confidential counseling at sites across the University of South Carolina campus. The Let's Talk fall series begins Tuesday, Aug. 26.
Office 365 is now available to all students, free of charge. You will now be able to work in the latest version of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and much more.
Research funding and sponsored awards at the university have increased 4.5% over the previous year.
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Some classes previously set to be held in the new Darla Moore School of Business building on Assembly Street have been moved due to construction.
Welcome to your new #HomeatCarolina, Gamecocks! As the first week of classes quickly approaches, you will inevitably have important questions. We have compiled a list of questions and resources to help navigate you through your first week and beyond.
A welcome letter from the student editors
The Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce has announced its Leadership Columbia Class of 2015. This year's group of public and business leaders features five members of the University of South Carolina community.
At the University of South Carolina, we care about the safety and well-being of all members of our community. Every student has a role to play in keeping the campus community safe and free of sexual misconduct, discrimination and harassment of any form. If you see something, say something.
Incoming first-year students are encouraged to apply for Freshman Council, an entry-level leadership and service organization within Student Government.
Many of the School of Music's ensembles are open to all UofSC students regardless of their majors.
To promote the health and well-being of all Gamecocks, the University of South Carolina Columbia campus is tobacco free.
Students who live in University Housing residence halls have a new way to request repairs. The FIXX app for iOS or Android allows residents to submit their requests immediately and track the progress on a smartphone.
The University of South Carolina Five Points shuttle and Student Government's Carolina Cab will be back on the road Thursday, Aug. 14. The free shuttles and cabs offer a responsible means of transportation for students returning to campus from Five Points.
Five of South Carolina's top political science scholars will be at UofSC Aug. 21 for a panel discussion on this year's gubernatorial election.
An abundance of children and adult music, art and dance lessons are available to the entire university community.
This fall university communications and student affairs hope to connect more Carolina students to campus. Beginning Aug. 17, all undergraduate students at the Columbia campus will receive a weekly email news digest from the university.
A 18-foot beam bearing the names of University of South Carolina alumni and donning a small cedar tree and Cocky replica, was raised into place during a topping-off event for the Alumni Center. The privately funded center is being constructed at Senate and Lincoln streets in Columbia's Vista and will be the first permanent home for the My Carolina Alumni Association. It is scheduled to open in summer 2015.
Jim Konduros, a longtime adviser to government officials and Fortune 500 businesses has made a $1.1 million gift to the University of South Carolina's School of Law to provide students with scholarships, fellowships and leadership development.
Leif Erik Maseng, a World War II paratrooper who landed behind enemy lines to clear the way for the beach landings at Normandy on D-Day in 1944, will address graduates at the University of South Carolina's summer commencement exercises Aug. 9.
Charles W. "Chuck" Garnett, president and chief executive officer of the National Bank of South Carolina, has been elected president of the University of South Carolina's University Associates for the 2014-15 term.
More than 350 scholars of children's literature from around the world will converge in Columbia June 18 - 21 to share their research and teaching on books past and present and to discuss the need for children's books to reflect a broader diversity. Hosted by the University of South Carolina, the 41st annual conference of the Children's Literature Association will feature a number of offerings for the public, all of which are free. Among them are museum and library exhibitions, talks and panel discussions.
Mark W. Tatge, a journalist who has spent more than 30 years working for the nation's leading business reporting outlets, is the first recipient of the Baldwin Business and Financial Graduate Fellowship for Business Journalists at the University of South Carolina.
A new study by a University of South Carolina anthropologist suggests that people who survived the medieval mass-killing plague known as the Black Death lived significantly longer and were healthier than people who lived before the epidemic struck in 1347.