From Service to School: A Course for Student Veterans
South Carolina offers a course to support students transitioning from military service to student life. U290 helps smooth your transition to being a full-time student and fosters academic, personal and professional success.
*An override is required for registration. Email Jared Evans, email@example.com if you would like to participate.
In order for our on-campus resource providers to better serve you, please complete the Military/Veteran Self-Identification Form. The purpose of self-identifying is to better connect you to the resources you need to be successful and explore employment opportunities. Once you have completed the form, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Services and Resources at UofSC
The university is committed to supporting your success and improving your student experience in meaningful ways, including:
Access an array of support services for veterans seeking an undergraduate degree at South Carolina.
The lounge is a place where military-affiliate students can relax between classes, grab a bite to eat or study with fellow military-affiliate students or veterans. It is open to both undergraduate and graduate students affiliated with the military.
Sundays: 4-10 p.m.
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-10 p.m.
Fridays: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Students who require disability-related accommodations must register with the Student Disability Resource Center in order to apply for appropriate accommodations.
Access comprehensive medical care, mental health services, a pharmacy and more right on the Columbia campus.
Consult with career coaches on resumes, interviewing skills or job opportunities, and access self-service tools that can help you analyze or explore potential career paths.
How can I get involved?
One of the best ways to enjoy your campus experience is to get involved in the campus community. Learn about ways to become active in student organizations, signature
events as well as military-affiliate campus organizations and groups.
I'm a new UofSC student!
When you first arrive on campus, there's so much that it can feel overwhelming. Learn about common places, services and needs first-time students of the university often have in their first days on campus.