Applications are currently being accepted for the fall 2014 planting season. There are currently six plots available for the upcoming season, and plots are awarded through an application process. You must apply as a group with a minimum of four people in each group.
USC's Got Talent Applications are due by Sept. 25
Celebrate Parents Weekend at UofSC with dozens of events
Skill Builders are leadership workshops sponsored by the Leadership and Service Center to assist student leaders in enhancing their leadership skills and developing the essential skills necessary to work and lead effectively with others. Workshop topics focus on assisting students to refine their leadership skills and address organizational challenges. Each workshop is presented by skilled facilitators that include faculty, staff, community and corporate leaders, and students.
The Daily Gamecock is one of three newspapers named a finalist by the College Media Association Pinnacle Awards for the top daily newspaper award in the country.
Students are eligible to earn a loyalty point and win prizes by taking pictures and videos of themselves completing selected activities.
The Leadership and Service Center's Impact Leaders provide transportation for and lead at least one service opportunity a week.
Catalyst, a one-day leadership development experience, will be Saturday, Oct. 18 at the Russell House.
Held each fall, The Proving Ground is among the top collegiate business plan competitions in the U.S. for prizes and startup support, up from $50,000 last year. As a result of the growing interest and additional sponsor support, The Proving Ground 2014 competition will feature new categories, including ones in which faculty and staff can compete.
USC's Buildings and Grounds Committee approved at its Sept. 12 meeting plans for several building renovation projects.
Register for the Professional Development Certification Program for fall 2014 to help make your part-time job become more than just a paycheck.
The Changing Carolina peer leaders are currently recruiting students with an interest in health education and wellness and a desire to make a difference on campus.
Held each fall, The Proving Ground is among the top collegiate business plan competitions in the U.S. for prizes and startup support. This year's competition will feature new categories, including ones in which students can compete.
UofSC's Continuing Education offers free test preparation workshops to prepare individuals to take the GMAT, LSAT or GRE each semester.
Pi Beta Phi has arrived on campus to start its Colonizing Recruitment process. The sorority is looking for undergraduate women who are interested in helping Pi Beta Phi build its legacy at UofSC.
The fall semester passes cost $20 and are available at the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center and Solomon Blatt P.E. Center.
All students should sign up for Carolina Alert to receive emergency communication by text message and email.
This fall University of South Carolina students, faculty and staff can volunteer for a special Habitat for Humanity project.
Apply for funding to complete meaningful, faith-based community service and make a difference in communities in the U.S. and around the world.
Beta Theta Pi fraternity invites applications for its Men of Principle Scholarship, a $500 award recognizing an outstanding UofSC male.
After 30 years, the UofSC Career Center has a new home right in the center of campus.
University of South Carolina Parking Services will operate the Gameday Shuttle once again this year during the Gamecocks' home football games. The shuttle will operate three hours before the kickoff and 90 minutes after the game.
Gamecocks on the Move is a free program that provides individuals with the resources and support to train for a 5K. The training leads up to the Palmetto Health Walk/Race for Life.
We know that parking at the University of South Carolina is tight. To save you the trouble of trying to find a meter on campus, we've compiled some alternative ways to get around.
Per the request of many faculty members, instructors can now view photographs of their students in Blackboard.