It's that time in the semester again, finals time. Here are some places that will help you ace those exams.
The UofSC Division of Law Enforcement and Safety will host its 5th annual Stuff a Police Car event Dec. 4-5.
Did you accept an offer for a spring or summer co-op or internship? Visit JobMate to tell the Career Center about it.
At the end of each semester, University Housing collects donations from students to keep thousands of pounds of reusable items out of the landfill, give back to local charities and help you clean out your residence hall room.
The University of South has gained its eighth consecutive win over Clemson University in the 31st annual Carolina-Clemson Blood Drive.
Thanksgiving Break for UofSC means no classes from Nov. 25 - 27 and some altered hours of operation the rest of the week. Check out the schedule for dining halls, residence halls and more.
University of South Carolina College of Social Work students are looking to engage communities and organizations in flood relief assistance.
Next week is the 31st Annual Carolina-Clemson Blood Drive. Sponsored by the Greek Programming Board, the drive seeks to raise awareness about the importance of giving blood.
International Education Week is here and with it comes another year of recognizing the university's global community.
The University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health will create a new institute focusing on how to age well from cradle to grave by addressing issues faced by the most vulnerable in our population – young children and older adults – thanks to a $7 million gift from the school’s largest benefactors.
Residence halls will be closing for Thanksgiving break.
November is Native American Heritage Month. Learn about the culture and more through events hosted throughout the month.
Letting go of an unhealthy habit isn’t easy. As part of USC's Employee Assistance Program, faculty and staff are invited to participate in a free webinar on November 17 at 2 p.m. to learn how to stick with positive change, and replace unhealthful habits with healthier ones.
A distinguished engineering researcher with experience in forming industry partnerships has been hired to lead the University of South Carolina's College of Engineering and Computing. Hossein Haj-Hariri, an MIT-trained scientist who most recently served as professor and chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, was appointed dean on Tuesday. Haj-Hariri will spearhead efforts to build on the university's strength in critical research areas such as energy, cyber security, aerospace and materials.
"A Night at the Library," the official opening of the yearlong celebration of the 175th anniversary of the South Caroliniana Library on the University of South Carolina Horseshoe, will take place at 6 p.m. Nov. 10.
The designation recognizes UofSC's efforts to welcome veterans and to designate resources to their success.
The School of Visual Art and Design hosts its annual holiday sale from 9 .a.m-6 p.m., Nov. 19-20, in McMaster College.
Nominations are now being accepted for the Fall 2015 International Student Achievement Award.
Do you need a ride to the airport for Thanksgiving break and are on a budget? No worries, student government has a solution.
Carolina Can aims to raise canned goods and donations for the Harvest Hope Food Bank in the South Carolina cities of Columbia, Florence and Greenville.
The Board of Student Publications and Communication is accepting applications for student media leadership positions.
The University of South Carolina is sponsoring a bone marrow registration drive on Thursday, Nov. 12 beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The university will experiment with a new commencement calendar in 2016, moving from ceremonies held in May, August and December to dates in May and December only.
A new shuttle stop on the Blue Line is now available to students visiting the south campus.
UofSC's Healthy Carolina initiative is celebrating 10 years.