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Students selected for Outstanding Senior Award will also be considered for more of the university's top undergraduate honors. Online application deadline is Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019 at 4 p.m.
Thousands of students will earn their degrees at the University of South Carolina’s annual winter commencement ceremony held Monday, Dec. 17 at the Colonial Life Arena.
Review tips, frequently asked questions and talking points to help your student be successful this month.
As commencement draws near, remember that Colonial Life Arena has instituted a clear bag policy for all school events.
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A site along the Broad River in Fairfield County offers USC archaeologists and students a glimpse into the lives of people who camped along the same riverbank thousands of years ago.
The BARSC-MD program, a joint initiative between the University of South Carolina Honors College and the USC School of Medicine, allows a select group of students to complete an undergraduate degree and their medical degree in just seven years. The students receive conditional acceptance to medical school as freshmen, and then enter medical school after their third year of undergraduate coursework.
Things have been falling neatly into place for Charles Rodriquez in the past 18 months — he started working on a bachelor’s degree in information studies at the University of South Carolina and completed an internship earlier this fall that has paved the way for a new job he’ll begin after graduation in December.