You may find the services offered by some of our partners can help you maximize your personal, academic and professional achievement.
While you're in college, maintaining your mental health is a very important factor in remaining physically healthy, and in achieving both social and academic success. Counseling & Psychiatry provides students a safe place to speak privately and confidentially with a trained counselor or psychiatrist about a variety of concerns. There are a wide range of questions and issues that we can help address.
The Office of Equal Opportunity Programs was created to ensure that applicants for employment, employees, and prospective and enrolled students of the University of South Carolina are protected against discrimination. Qualified individuals are provided with equal opportunity in both employment and academic instruction. If you feel that you have been subjected to discrimination or harassment, contact the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs for assistance, or submit a complaint form.
Attracted by some of the best graduate programs in the nation and inspired to achieve in the University of South Carolina’s energetic campus environment, the Graduate School supports more than 6,200 graduate students that call UofSC their academic home. As a graduate student you are eligible for a number of support services and diversity initiatives.
The Division of Human Resources supports the colleges, departments and campuses of the University by providing reliable and creative human resources services and solutions that support all of our customers.
Office for International Scholars If you are hosting or hiring an international candidate, or if you are an incoming
international faculty and scholar, this office will work to ensure that all necessary
preparations and documentation has been secured.
Contact the Organizational and Professional Development Office for a variety of training and learning resources, most of which are free to university faculty and staff.
The first step in addressing any workplace issue is to talk with your immediate supervisor or someone in a higher level of authority. To anonymously report a workplace concern about questionable or unethical behavior, contact the UofSC Integrity Line, which is administered by an independent, third-party provider.
Toll Free: 844-890-0006
International Student Services provides support, advising and programming for international students who currently study at UofSC.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) is an office within the Department of Student Life that educates, empowers, and organizes students, campus and community partners to create opportunities for multicultural education, self-awareness, advocacy, cultural understanding, and social justice. The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs works to strengthen and sustain an inclusive campus community for all historically marginalized communities, and to provide support, services and resources necessary to meet the social, academic and cultural needs of our underrepresented student population.
The Communication Sciences & Disorders Speech & Hearing Research Center provides quality diagnostic and treatment programs for individuals of all ages with communication disabilities. Programs focus on speech, language, hearing, recovery groups, support groups and prevention programs.
Phone: 803-777-2614, ext. 9
The Office of Student Disability Services empowers students to manage challenges and limitations imposed by disabilities. Our professionally trained staff provides students with exceptional services as they transition to college or continue their studies at the University. The office serves students with learning, physical, health, or psychiatric disabilities in managing the varying demands of the University experience. In addition to serving students, the staff assists the University community in making programs, services, and activities accessible for everyone.
With Student Health Services at the Thomson Student Health Center, you can be assured that your work at the university is supported by many caring and skilled people who understand the connection between good health and academic performance.