Student Announcements

Safety tips for the eclipse at UofSC

August 17, 2017, Nina Jackson

University of South Carolina representatives, including law enforcement and public transportation officials, have spent months creating the safest possible campus environment during the solar eclipse.

Apply for Freshman Council

August 16, 2017

Freshman Council acts as an entry-level organization within Student Government with an emphasis on leadership and community involvement. Applications for the 2018 cohort are due on Sept. 5 by 4:00 p.m.

New course focuses on entreprenuership

August 13, 2017

To learn more about the dynamics of how the free enterprise system works and how entrepreneurs start, grow and manage innovations and new ventures successfully, try the new interdisciplinary course “Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise” (COLA 298) taught by Dirk Brown, the inaugural faculty director of the McNair Institute for Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise.

Apply for the Social Justice Activist Program

August 01, 2017, Jalesa Cooley

The Social Justice Activist Program (SJP), a program through the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs designed to create a network of students, faculty, and staff who acknowledge and actively work to combat bias, is now taking applications for the Fall 2017 cohort.

St. Patrick's Day incident at Pour House

March 30, 2017

The university is very concerned about an incident that occurred at Pour House over St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The safety of our students is our biggest concern, and we will continue to work with law enforcement and our neighbors in Five Points to resolve the case.

Career Center helps students avoid job scams

March 14, 2017, Adena Rice

The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently reported that college students across the nation are being entangled in an employment scam that could result in financial damages and identify theft. The Career Center works with several organizations and top employers to provide opportunities for students, which are vetted of scams in a number of ways.

Fire safety tips for off-campus students

March 02, 2017, Adena Rice

As the weather gets warmer and spring is in full bloom, it is now time to change the batteries in your smoke detector. A smoke detector’s batteries must be changed every six months, typically in the spring and fall, but it is still important for students to know fire safety all year round. Off-Campus Student Services and USC Fire and Safety have compiled tips to keep students safe while living off-campus through some fire prevention guidelines.