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Check your email or find forms for student advising. Review your benefits or access the internal Web pages for your specific unit or division. Use the Faculty and Staff Gateway to connect you to everything you need across sc.edu.

COVID-19 Testing

Schedule for Nov. 23–29

Be sure to bring your Carolina Card to get tested.
To receive a test at the Center for Health and Well-Being, students are asked to make an appointment through MyHealthSpace. Students, faculty and staff may also walk in.

Monday, Nov. 23

Tuesday, Nov. 24

Wednesday, Nov. 25

Thursday, Nov. 26 – Saturday, Nov. 28

  • No testing

Sunday, Nov. 29


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Announcements

UofSC announces upcoming Apple authorized campus store

The University of South Carolina announced a partnership with Apple Inc. to open an Apple Authorized Campus Store (AACS) in early 2021 in the heart of the Columbia. This store will be the first of its kind in the region and only the second AACSs in the nation managed and operated by students.

Abandoned bikes will be tagged Nov. 16-20

The University of South Carolina’s Parking and Transportation Services will start tagging bikes deemed to be abandoned on the Columbia campus this week, according to university policy.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

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Mungo award winner: Mary Robinson

As a professor in the School of Visual Art and Design, Mary Robinson believes in creating a sense of community – both in the classroom and beyond.

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3 professors earn AAAS honor for scientific accomplishments

Three faculty members in the University of South Carolina College of Arts and Sciences have been elected fellows in the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The recognition is an honor bestowed by a scientist’s peers to recognize distinguished contributions to science.

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