UofSC is preparing to team up with Habitat for Humanity for the third time and is need of volunteers.
The Physical Education program offers over 125 sections of various activities with opportunities in dance, aquatics, outdoor adventure and many more.
Columbia's Assembly Street Improvement project is one of 10 finalists competing to be called the "Best in America," and online voters have the opportunity to put the Palmetto State ahead of projects in Michigan, Florida, Texas and other states for the People's Choice Award.
University Technology Services reminds students that wireless routers and printers are not allowed in residence halls.
This summer UofSC started a new stress management program, Gamecocks Thrive: Tranquility at Work and Beyond, to help reduce stress by increasing faculty and staff members' ability to avoid, manage and cope with stressors in the workplace.
September is "Sophomore September," and the Office of Student Engagement has events for students all month.
Abiding by traffic laws and driving the speed limit are important examples of being a good neighbor inside and outside the campus community.
From finding efficient new sources of energy to uncovering novel ways to combat diseases, the University of South Carolina is on the vanguard of research that improves the lives of people in South Carolina and beyond. Spurred by breakthrough research in medicine, energy and law, the university set a record for sponsored award funding during the 2015 fiscal year.
Thirteen loyalty points are available before the first home football game.
The Carolina Judicial Council will be accepting applications until Sept. 11.
Outdoor Recreation's Bike Shop is now open and helping UofSC students, faculty and staff with all their bike needs.
Applications for presenters at the Sustainability Showcase: Research and Practice are being accepted until Sept. 1.
The student organization brings UofSC campus entertainment, including comedians, musical acts and cultural events.
New students, new services, new features and, this year, even some new facilities and locations. We've compiled a list so you'll know what's new at Carolina.
The Provost's Office has announced the launch of the new University Advising Center on the Columbia's campus. The University Advising Center supports the academic mission of the University of South Carolina by providing undergraduate students, academic advisors, and the campus community with the resources, training, services, and assessment in accordance with national best practices.
Carolina After Dark will start their new Midnight Movie Series on Aug. 21.
The new University Advising Center is bringing many student services into one building.
There will be free previews of Group X classes beginning Aug. 24.
Student government is now accepting applications for its Freshman Council.
As UofSC welcomes new students to campus, faculty and staff members should be prepared for an influx of pedestrian traffic around campus Aug. 15-17, especially around the Colonial Life Arena.
Are you a full-time faculty or staff member that wants to work on getting fit this semester? Let Campus Recreation help. Campus Rec has two facilities open to faculty and staff members to help reach those fitness goals.
Are you interested in environmental issues? Apply to become an EcoRep! EcoReps is a peer leadership group focused on educating students about sustainability and environmental issues.
On move in day don’t throw away those old boxes, recycle them! UofSC will have dumpsters for cardboard placed in convenient locations at each residence hall from Aug. 12 - 20.
Student tickets for away games go on sale Aug. 11 at 1 p.m.
The transition to living off-campus can be simultaneously exciting and challenging. To help students maneuver, UofSC has created a guide to master off-campus living.