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Initiatives

Student government is an active body that works for university students through numerous initiatives and programs such as the Carolina Closet which provides business and professional clothes for students and Swipe Out Hunger where students can donate unused meal swipes. The student government even assists in providing a shuttle to the Columbia Airport during Fall Break, Thanksgiving Break, and Spring Break. 

#IPledgeColumbia

Join fellow students, faculty and staff in achieving the healthiest campus lifestyle possible from the Law School to the Green Quad and every special place in-between.

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Airport Shuttle

Student Government partners with the University of South Carolina Parking and Transportation services to provide a shuttle from campus to the Columbia Metropolitan Airport. The shuttle will operate during fall break, Thanksgiving break and spring break. Reservations are required. Reservations will close the Friday before departure and return dates. The bus will only wait five minutes before departing. 

Airport Shuttle Reservation Form 

Carolina Closet

The Carolina Closet provides business professional clothes for the University of South Carolina students. With a valid CarolinaCard, students can take five items of their choosing and exchange those items throughout the semester. Donations are accepted during closet or student government hours. 

Hours of Operations: Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6pm. or by appointment

Director: Emily Dengler
Email: sacloset@mailbox.sc.edu

Carolina Closet Information

SG x YOU

SG X YOU  provides an oppotunity for students to come up with ideas that create change on campus. Students submit a 2-4-minute video pitching an idea and explaining its the event/initiative/service project. The winner will receive $750 to partner with Student Government and bring their idea to fruition. 

SG X YOU Submission Form

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Stigma Free USC

The purpose of Stigma Free USC is to raise awareness of mental health concerns and encourage students to take care of themselves. 

The week's events will cover a variety of topics both serious and fun including cooking classes, a mindulness walk, a campus resource scavenger hunt and more.

Swipe Out Hunger

Student Government, in partnership with Aramark, launched a pilot program, Swipe Out Hunger, for the spring 2019 semester. This program was created for students dealing with food insecurity: the lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food.

Swipe-Out Hunger Application


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