For students who choose to remain in Columbia through the weekend, UofSC will offer essential services, academic support and a number of events, activities and volunteer opportunities.
The Carolina Clemson Blood Battle, the largest collegiate blood drive in the nation, invites UofSC undergraduate students to apply to serve as committee members for the 2015 Blood Battle.
Student Health Services is offering information to help students, faculty and staff understand health literacy during Health Literacy Month.
Journalist and author Cokie Roberts will be the guest speaker Wednesday (Oct. 6) to open the 175th anniversary celebration for the South Caroliniana Library at the University of South Carolina.
The University of South Carolina has been recognized by INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine as one of the nation's top universities for diversity and inclusivity.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. All month long, Student Health Services will host events to educate students, faculty and staff on how to stay safe.
Students at the University of South Carolina have the opportunity to see country music star Brad Paisley perform Friday, Oct. 16 as part of My Carolina Alumni Association's homecoming activities and grand opening for the university's new Alumni Center.
UofSC's Carolina Dining was ranked number 23 out of 75 "Best Colleges for Food in America" by the Daily Meal.
Parents Weekend 2015 is here, and UofSC has more than enough events to keep you and your parents busy the entire weekend.
Students and student organizations from across campus have come together to celebrate the National Day of Voter Registration by registering students to vote.
President Harris Pastides will join the Southeastern Conference commissioner and two former commissioners participating in the Thomas H. Regan Executive Lecture Series at the University of South Carolina on Sept. 25, marking Carolina's 25 years in the conference.
The Career Fest and S.E.T. Job Fair are right around the corner, so make sure you are prepared to make a great impression on the employers.
Enter in the Creed and Diversity Week Multimedia Contest for a chance to win scholarship money.
Human Resources is hosting a benefits fair on Monday, September 21 in the Russell House. Learn about the many benefits programs that are available to you, meet with benefit providers and take advantage of many free or low-cost health screenings and flu shots.
Wellness week kicks off on Sept. 13 and lasts until Sept. 18.
The Career Fest & S.E.T. (Science, Engineering and Technology) job fairs are quickly approaching. What are you doing to prepare?
Students, faculty and staff staff are encouraged to apply for funding to complete faith-based community service in communities in the U.S. and around the world
UofSC has a new mobile app in its future plans.
President Harris Pastides’ annual State of The University address is on Sept. 10 at 10 a.m. on the Horseshoe. We have six (of the many) reasons you should check it out.
LGBT students are invited to share their experiences in study of campus climate.
Springs Brook Plaza at Williams-Brice Stadium is complete for the fall football season, and here's what students should know before attending the game.
The Magellan Scholar research grant will begin to accept applications on Sept. 10. Magellan Scholars receive up to $3,000, competing for this award with the submission of a proposal developed in collaboration with a faculty mentor.
The student mail room in Russell House will be open additional hours to accommodate high volume at the beginning of the semester.
All students are encouraged to apply to serve on the Congressional Advisory Board. The Congressional Advisory Board serves primarily as the voice of the students to the federal government. Applications are due by Sept. 11.
The Social Justice Activist Program is a program designed for undergraduate, graduate and professional students interested in enhancing their skills in diversity, social justice and leadership. Applications for the first level are open.