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USC Lancaster reopened for in-person classes on August 20, 2020. Face coverings are required on-campus and social distancing is encouraged among members of the campus community. The semester will be offered in an accelerated format, with in-person instruction ending on Nov. 24. In addition, classes will be held on many traditional holidays and breaks to allow for the semester to end earlier than usual. Classes will be held remotely on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. The USC Lancaster Bookstore will be closed to the public after Nov 25th. Curbside pick-up for returns and mail orders is available 11/30-12/18 from 10am-1pm Monday-Thursday. Park in the designated spaces on the Bradley Building side of Starr Hall and call 803-313-7050 when you arrive. Frequently check this COVID-19 link. and the gray boxes below to stay up-to-date with the latest news and updates.

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60th Anniversary

In 1959, USC Lancaster was established in downtown Lancaster to serve the people in six surrounding counties. As the oldest of the Palmetto Colleges, USC Lancaster remains a devoted and purposeful institution of higher education for the citizens of this state. In 2019-2020, we will pause on several occasions to remember our past—those who served us, who served with us, and the accomplishments of both students and colleagues. However, while certainly worthy of reflection and celebration, the history of the campus and our accomplishments are not the sole focus this year. We are carefully planning for a future that will include educating more students, increasing our outreach, and collaborating with more partners for meaningful impact. Over the years, the campus and student body have grown, but our mission remains the same…we’re devoted to preparing students to continue their education in the University and throughout life. Check back here often for updates to this year’s celebration events. Thank you for helping us celebrate 60 years of education and service.