October 26, 2017, Jalesa Cooley
The 2017-18 Alternative Winter Break applications are now available. This year's trip, themed Food and Justice Security, will take place Jan. 9-13.
August 30, 2017, Dana D'Haeseleer
As Gamecocks, we stand with those affected by Hurricane Harvey’s devastation, knowing all too well the hardship of historic flooding. In conjunction with the Columbia mayor’s office, city council and a citywide relief effort, the University of South Carolina and Gamecock Athletics will be collecting items to send to the hurricane victims in Texas.
April 11, 2017, Adena Rice
Sustainable Carolina was selected as a statewide recipient of the South Carolina Student Organization Service Achievement Award.
January 20, 2017, Lauren McCarthy
Coming up with New Year's Resolutions is easy, but following through on them can be hard, especially for college students. To help you on your way, we've come up with some tips and resources that might just give you the boost you need to accomplish those goals you’ve been putting off for years.
January 05, 2017
UofSC students are invited to volunteer for the 21st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Days of Service, Jan. 14 and 21.
October 19, 2016, Peggy Binette
With help from the Midlands community, the University of South Carolina will collect items Thursday and Friday, sending a truck of donated items Monday to Marion County, where post-hurricane flooding of the Little Pee Dee and Lumber rivers has caused widespread damage and displaced residents in the communities of Nichols and Mullins.
September 19, 2016, Adena Rice
For the second year, the Office of New Student Orientation hosted the Community Service Project. Students and guests were asked to bring food and school supplies during their summer orientation sessions to help the Columbia community. The Community Service Project was started last year as a way of introducing the incoming students to the value of community service.
September 14, 2016, Jo Jo Winkelmann
Volunteers are needed for CreateAthon, an October event where students, faculty, staff and community volunteers stay awake for 24 hours, creating advertising and marketing communications materials to meet the needs of local nonprofits.