Faculty and Staff Gateway

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

COVID-19 Testing

Schedule for April 10 – April 18

  • No appointment needed for saliva testing at the SAFE testing locations: 1311 Pendleton St., Carolina Coliseum, or Russell House 3rd Floor.
  • Be sure to bring your Carolina Card to get tested. We also encourage you to bring your cell phone to record your test barcode.
  • Please do not eat, drink, chew gum, or use tobacco products within 30 minutes prior to saliva testing and do not drink water 10 minutes prior to the saliva test.

Saturday, April 10

  • No testing

Sunday, April 11

Monday, April 12

Tuesday, April 13

Wednesday, April 14

Thursday, April 15

Friday, April 16

Saturday, April 17

  • No testing

Sunday, April 18


Tools and Resources

For New Employees

Assisting Students

Teaching and Research

Administration and Governance

Personal and Professional

University Divisions

Colleges and Schools


Announcements

UofSC Honored with 2020 Tree Campus Higher Education® Recognition

The University of South Carolina earned its 12th-straight Tree Campus Higher Education® recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management in 2020.

Faculty and Staff Wellness Culture and Interest Survey

We need your input as we expand services and programs during the transition to University Health Services.

View More Announcements

Stories for Faculty and Staff

woman with brown hair, white shirt and navy jacket with a man's hand on her shoulder

Women frequently experience sexual harassment at work, yet few claims ever reach a courtroom

Sexual harassment at work is a very common occurrence for women, regardless of age or income level. Among women who have experienced unwanted sexual advances in the workplace, almost all reported that male harassers usually go unpunished. Law professor Joseph Seiner writes in The Conversation about the unfortunate reality that engaging in this conduct will result in no real consequences.

Brianna Lewis, 2021 graduating senior

Most likely to succeed

Brianna Lewis was voted “most likely to become a brain surgeon” in the first grade, and the Simpsonville, S.C.-native will soon begin earning the “Dr.” portion of that prediction. She’s headed to medical school this fall after wrapping up four years in the Honors College and two bachelor’s degrees — one in biology and another in experimental psychology.

nick Watanabe

Breakthrough Star: Nick Watanabe

Associate professor in sport and entertainment management at the University of South Carolina Nick Watanabe focuses on the economics of sports along with human behavior in the context of sport.

View More Stories