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The University Women's Club

The University Women's Club


Special Note for 2022:

Our social events have started up again!   Following state government mandates of social distancing in March 2020, our regular social events had been paused, and then resumed on zoom and in person as club members were comfortable.  To any who are still distancing, we wish you well, and encourage you to join outdoor events and our interest groups on zoom.  The University Women's Club is delighted to announce our Fall Coffee Event at the President's House will take place, where we look forward to welcoming new comers to the University Community, including our new first lady, Ero Aggelopoulou-Amiridis!


Annual Fall Coffee
Tuesday, October 4th, 2022: 10am - President's House on the Historic Horseshoe

Members and potential members are all welcome at the Annual Fall Coffee, where the opportunity exists to meet others, join the club, sign up for Interest Groups, enjoy refreshments and welcome in a new academic year of women's friendship, leadership and support for the university community.   All are welcome!  RSVPs are appreciated, but not necessary.

Annual Holiday Decorating
Thursday, December 1st, 2022:  10am - President's House on the Historic Horseshoe

Club members are welcome to come help arrange the historic home’s holiday decorations, and enjoy light refreshments.  RSVP requested.

Annual Spring Luncheon
April 2022, On campus, details to be announced . . .

Come enjoy refreshments and see where the academic year has taken new and repeat members of The Universtiy Women's Club before the summer starts.  RSVP by April 12 to Laura Lambdin at

Centennial Celebration of The University Women's Club!
An ongoing Celebration as we resume our social gatherings!  Once all are comfortable, we plan to have a party together.

The University Women's Club of the University of South Carolina will celebrate its 100th birthday in the Fall of 2021.  Presentations of literature and photos were collected at the Fall Coffee.  The Spring Celebration is still in the works.  We are grateful that our Writers Interest Group has been researching our century of existence, and any additional efforts are welcome.  Current records include Yearbooks with their stories, lists of club leaders, meeting minutes and memories of old and new club members, which could be written down and submitted.  All submissions are appreciated!

Please send your club records, stories and photos to Sandy Dickerson at

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