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For the Community

USC Lancaster welcomes people from the local community and surrounding areas. Our place in the central Piedmont is important to us.

See What Our Campus Has to Offer You

USC Lancaster is part of this community’s landscape and we love our place here. We welcome members of the community to campus and hope you'll come for a visit soon.

USC Lancaster Boy Scout Merit Badge Day

Chemistry, Weather, Dog Care, or Crime Prevention with Fingerprinting Saturday, Nov 16, 2019 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Meet in Bradley 121 Questions?

Education and Career Advancement

Looking to further your career? If so, take a look at our educational opportunities.

Free To Actively Enjoy

Building on its broad commitment towards equity, the University of South Carolina Lancaster welcomes the community to utilize many of its’ outdoor recreational areas when the facilities are not in use with campus-related activities.

Medford Library

Our library is open to the public. We hope you’ll make use of our resources and space. 

Native American Studies Center

Our Native American Studies Center is a great place to see an exhibit, enjoy a lunch and learn, or learn more about the history of South Carolina’s Native American peoples.

Rental and Public Facilities

A lot of our campus buildings and resources (including our fitness center) are available for public use. Let us know how we can help!

Request The Lancer

Let Lance the Lancer be apart of your next event or function.

Student Job Listings

Employers are encouraged to post full-time jobs, and part-time jobs for students to consider.

Student Internship Listings

Employers are encouraged to post internships on our web site for students to consider.

Summer Programs and Camps

We offer summer camps and programs for kids of all ages.

Test Proctoring

Test Proctoring is offered here.

Town Gown Reading Project

USC Lancaster is pleased to host our first Town-Gown Reading Project, bringing together participants from our local community and from the university faculty, staff and student body to explore ways to improve our community from many perspectives, including health, education, economics, culture and arts.