Student Organizations for Academic Year 2014 - 2015
- Greek Fraternity
- Greek Sorority
- Residence Hall Government
|Alpha Epsilon Pi
|Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
|Alpha Tau Omega
|Beta Theta Pi
We provide a values based fraternity experience which aids the individual, builds the Fraternity and strengthens the academic institution through lifelong devotion to intellectual excellence, high standards of moral conduct and responsible citizenship.
|Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.
|Kappa Alpha Order
The fraternity constituting an Order of Knighthood, is military in organization and government, religious in feeling and chivalrous in ideals.
|Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
|Lambda Chi Alpha
|Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
|Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
|Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
|Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
|Phi Kappa Sigma
Promote brotherhood and social, cultural interaction
|Phi Sigma Kappa
|Pi Kappa Phi
Greek fraternity for Carolina Students.
|Sigma Alpha Epsilon
|Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc.
|Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc.
To disseminate the rich, diverse cultures which we all share, to better our community, our country, and the world.
|Sigma Nu Fraternity
|Sigma Phi Epsilon
SigEp is a social fraternity dedicated to developing a sound mind and sound body and building balanced leaders for the world's communities.
|Tau Kappa Epsilon
|Theta Delta Chi
|Alpha Chi Omega
|Alpha Delta Pi
|Alpha Gamma Delta
|Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
|Delta Delta Delta
To establish a perpetual bond of friendship among its members, to develop a stronger and more womanly character, to broaden the moral and intellectual life, and to assist its member in every possible way.
|Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Our purpose is to use our collective strength to promote academic excellence, to provide scholarships, support the underserved, educate and stimulate participation in the establishment of positive public policy, and to highlight issues and provide solutions for problems in our communities.
To unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge to promote the social culture of its members and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action; objects worthy of the highest aim.
Advisor:Patricia (Trish) Jones
|Gamma Phi Beta Sorority
Gamma Phi Beta is an international sorority that was founded at Syracuse University on November 11, 1874. We came to the campus of the University of South Carolina during the Fall 2004 semester. We value and uphold love, labor, learning, and loyalty.
|Kappa Delta Sorority
The purpose of Kappa Delta Sorority is to promote true friendship among the college girls of our country by inculcating into their hearts and lives those principles of truth, of honor, of duty, without which there can be no true friendship.
|Kappa Kappa Gamma
Founded in 1870, Kappa is one of the oldest women's fraternities. Kappa has a total membership of more than 200,000 women, with 131 collegiate chapters in the United States and Canada and more than 300 alumnae associations worldwide. We invite you to learn more about our Tradition of Leadership and why we believe membership in Kappa Kappa Gamma is truly an experience for a lifetime.
Advisor:Margaret (Peggy) Binette
|Mujeres in Action
Our interests are a diverse group of women from different ethnic origins that seek to open doors to other women, and unite and involve our members through service, academics, and social activities while spreading cultural awareness and diversifying our greek community at the same time. Kappa Delta Chi is known as one of the strongest latina-based service sororities in the nation. Once established, we are dedicated to providing services to both the University and the community, with a special emphasis on the Hispanic population. This is an ambitious organization that prides themselves in many devoted hours of community service because service is the best way to show, by example, the values in which they strongly believe.
|Pi Beta Phi
|Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
|Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
|Zeta Sigma Chi Multicultural Sorority, Inc.
|Zeta Tau Alpha
Promotes sisterhood, service to the community, university involvement and philanthropic endeavors among members while encouraging scholarship and the betterment of individual members.
|Alpha Epsilon Delta
AED is a national pre-health honor society with an on-campus chapter. The Alpha Chapter is the oldest pre-health honor society here at the University of South Carolina and the second oldest AED chapter in the nation (established in 1929). It is designed for distinguished students who wish to pursue a career in one of the health fields. AED hosts bi-weekly meetings in which physicians, dentists, veterinarians, and other health professionals come and speak to students on various topics. AED also conducts medical student discussion panels and hosts two annual physician mixers for our members. Being in AED exposes pre-professional health students to many aspects of various health professions and also offers opportunities of getting potentially involved with free medical clinics, physician shadowing, volunteer opportunities, networking and trips to professional schools. Our mentoring program is set up to give advice to our first year members on topics such as undergraduate academic success and resume building. Joining AED is a great opportunity to improve campus involvement, leadership skills and personal/ professional development.
|Alpha Lambda Delta
Honors freshman students for outstanding academic achievement during their first semester at the University of South Carolina.
|Alpha Phi Sigma
To promote academics as well as leadership involvement in the community. We seek to provide opportunities for further learning and exploration of criminal justice careers.
|Alpha Psi Omega
National Theatre Honor Society
|Beta Alpha Psi
|Beta Beta Beta
As an organization, it is our objective to provide various resources to undergraduate biology students to help them navigate career options and come to conclusions on how they wish to apply their degree. In addition to these resources, we also hope to instill a sense of camaraderie amongst biology students and help push one another towards healthy and effective academic endeavors.
|Carolina Judicial Council
|Chi Sigma Alpha
University of South Carolina is home to the Delta chapter of Chi Sigma Alpha and also serves as the national governing board for the country. The National Headquarters Executive Team consists of the following officers: President, Vice President, and National Treasurer. Chi Sigma Alpha began in the fall of 2002 at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University to promote and recognize excellence in academics, research, and service to the profession of student affairs. The colors maroon and gold represent Chi Sigma Alpha. Maroon honors the society’s Alpha Chapter at Virginia Tech. Gold represents the Society’s commitment to excellence. Our motto is “Ut Provocem Et Adiuvem” – that I may challenge and support. Chi Sigma Alpha is represented by the logo of a three-pillared temple with the society’s Greek letters, the motto below, and the Society’s three values of academics, research, and service inscribed on the pillars.
|Chi Sigma Iota
|Delta Alpha Pi
|Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society
|Eta Sigma Delta
HRTM honors students with a GPA of 3.50 and higher.
|Eta Sigma Phi- Alpha Iota Chapter
|Gamma Theta Upsilon
|Garnet Circle Student Alumni Council
Garnet Circle works closely with the MyCarolina Alumni Association and Balfour in promoting and selling class rings, as well as coordinating and executing the Ring Ceremony held each semester on the historic USC Horseshoe.
|Golden Key International Honour Society
International honor society that extends membership offers to the top 15% of each grade level. It is dedicated to service, leadership, and academic excellence. A one-time member fee will allow you to reap in the rewards and grow as a student, community member, and professional.
|Mortar Board- Alpha Order
|National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Recognizes freshman and sophomore students who have excelled, provided community service, developed leadership skills and facilitated college workshops for high school juniors and seniors
|Omicron Delta Kappa
|Order of Omega
|Phi Alpha Social Work Honor Society
|Phi Lambda Sigma
Promotes leadership among Pharmacy students
|Phi Sigma Pi
|Phi Sigma Theta Honor Society
|Pi Mu Epsilon
|Pi Sigma Alpha - Gamma Chi Chapter
To stimulate scholarship, intellectual interest, and discourse in government and politics through exposure to political science.
President:Briana Nicole Bills
|Pi Tau Sigma, Deta Tau Chapter
Furthers the advancement of Psychology
|Rho Chi Society, Gamma Psi Chapter
Promotes awareness and visibility of the Carolina, Stamps Carolina, Hamilton, McNair, and Horseshoe Scholarships, fosters fellowship and promotes leadership among scholars, and serves campus and the community.
|Sigma Alpha Lambda
Provides community service through completion of at least one annual project initiated in cooperation with the National Office and funded in part by a charitable contribution to the community service organization in conjunction with the project - promotes and rewards academic achievement
|Sigma Delta Pi -Chi Chapter
|Sigma Iota Rho
Honor society that promotes excellence in the field of international studies
Tau Sigma is a National Honor Society for Transfer Students whom after their first semester have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Student who are a part of this society meet once every two weeks to plan and host social, academic and community service programs.
|The Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement
The Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement is an undergraduate honors society that focuses on empowering students' academic and personal success through connections with other mentors from around the nation and through online modules that assess students' weaknesses and strengths.
|A.Bevy.Productions, Inc. at USC
The Academic Team prepares our members for academic competitions on regional and national levels. More importantly, however, we create an open environment in which members can discuss all topics with their peers and form relationships that can last a lifetime.
Active Minds at USC is a student run non-profit organization that promotes mental health awareness, education, and advocacy. The group is designed to utilize peer outreach in conjunction with the counseling center to increase students’ awareness of mental health issues and symptoms of mental illness, provide information about available resources, encourage students to seek help as soon as help is needed, and to serve as a liaison between students and the mental health community. By promoting awareness and education, Active Minds at USC aims to reduce stigma that surrounds mental illness and create an open environment for discussion of mental health issues.
|American Constitution Society
|American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Networks students with other students and also professionals in chemical engineering.
|Anglers at USC
|Anthropology Graduate Organization for Research, Action and Ethics
To further research, action and ethical objectives of the graduate students in the Anthropology Department.
President:Katherine (Kelly) Goldberg
|Anthropology Student Association
Promotes and supports student interests, research and activities in the field of anthropology.
|Asian Student Union
|Association of African American Students
Provides positive cultural, intellectual and social activities for all students at USC.
|Bedsider; In the Wild
Bedsider created the In the Wild college program to help students get on top of their sex life. College is a crazy, busy, wild time, and we’re here to make sure students understand their birth control options so that they’re able to keep the balance of school and social life without the addition of an unplanned pregnancy.
Black Box is a multicultural theatre ensemble that aims to provide an artistic outlet that expresses the influence of African American writers, actors, and artists of the past, present, and future. Furthermore, it intends to manifest the idea of a "New Romanticism." That is to examine and display art centered on issues impacting black communities (sexism, colorism, addiction, violence, homophobia, etc.) without glorifying these problems. In doing so it will combat three ideas sometimes displayed in modern theatre: art is for art's sake (the idea that art is not political); art is only about inner angst; and middle class values and images are the only positive representations.
|Brothers of Nubian Descent (BOND)
Promotes the retention and academic well being of the African-American male student body of USC.
|Carolina Association of Sculpture Students
To promote sculpture as a fine arts.
President:Elisabeth Claire Donato
|Carolina Crypto Club
We're bringing together motivated students to make real contributions to both the local and the broader Bitcoin community. In addition to spreading awareness of the rapidly growing technology, our goal is to get bitcoin into the hands of every student on campus, to accelerate local economic adoption of the technology, and to spark student entrepreneurship in one of the hottest areas of venture capital today.
|Carolina Eskrima Silat
|Carolina Flute Guild
We offer a variety of activities including a guest lecture event each semester, a recital showcasing members of the USC flute studio and the Carolina Flute Guild that serve to enrich the USC and the surrounding community. We also advocate for music and do various outreach programs that very each semester.
|Carolina Flying Club
Advisor:Michael Van Tooren
|Carolina Gamers Club
Carolina Productions is a student organization that provides entertaining, educational, traditional, and other diverse programs to students, faculty, staff, and community members. These programs encompass the ideas, issues, and interests of the University.
|Carolina XC Club
The purpose of the Carolina Cross Country Club is to create a group for runners who would like to run with a team and compete in an enjoyable atmosphere, but not at the Division I level. It is also to help its members to stay in shape through the college years.
|Chosen Gospel Ensemble
To promote unity, spiritual self-esteem and diversity amongst choir members, leaders, and musicians in order to effectively share the message of Jesus Christ through music.
|Cica (Collaborations in Contemporary Art)
To provide musical entertainment to the University of South Carolina.
|Cyber Security Club
We are a group of people that have an interest in computer, network, and physical security. We enjoy contests featuring penetration testing, cyber defense, capture the flag, etc. We like to get together and talk about how stuff works, how to break it, and how to fix it.
Performs bi-annually for the USC campus through professional dance concerts of jazz, ballet and modern dance and tours around the state attending dance workshops.
|Double Bass Club of South Carolina
|EcoReps at University of South Carolina
The EcoReps are a peer leadership group working to provide a personal connection between students and the University of South Carolina's sustainability goals through fun, interactive events and student action.
|Environmental Law Society
A literary oratorical society founded in 1806 that has prepared generations of Carolinians for leadership, through instilling the values of eloquence, civility, and honor.
|Exercise Science Club
|Faith and Scholarship Society
To provide a forum in which graduate students and faculty pursue the integration of their Christian faith and scholarship.
The Fashion Board provides a welcoming social environment for students to further their knowledge and interest in the fashion industry.
|Feminist Collective (FemCo) at the University of South Carolina
Bringing together USC feminists in a forum for discussion and activism.
|Flying Gamecock Skydiving Club
We are the skydiving club on campus. We organize jumping weekends and skydiving events for the university. We try to expand the sport to all students on campus.
|Food For Thought
|Forward Progressive Alliance
To bring together students and faculty with an interest in the French language, literature, and culture.
|Game Night at USC
By participating in First Robotics Competitions students and volunteers get an opportunity to learn new skills, build a robot, make new friends and, most importantly, have a lot of fun. Active participants get hands on experience with designing, programming, manufacturing/machining a robot. Such skills are valuable in today's job market. Also soft skills like team work, leadership, and communications are developed along the way.
|Gamecock Jump Rope
|Gamecock Math Club
Provides a non-discriminatory (based on career, declared major, or GPR) community for those students, faculty, and staff of USC interested in mathematics to share ideas, hold discussions, and participate in math-related activities with one another and/or a larger community.
|Gamecock Pool Club
|Gamecock Spanish Club
|Gamecock Squash Club
|Gamecock Table Tennis Club
|Gamma Iota Sigma
|Global H2O at the University of South Carolina
|GlobeMed at the University of South Carolina
To raise awareness on and learn about global health issues, build leadership skills, and impact global health through our partnership with the grassroots NGO A.R.M that serves the health needs of the Ballipal district of North Orissa community.
|Graduate History Association
|Green Room Productions
To provide a creative outlet for undergraduate students and extend artistic opportunities to the entire campus.
|IMBA Marketing Club
|IMBA Wine Society
To provide academic, professional, and social benefits to all Association members.
|Individuals Respecting Identities and Sexualities (IRIS)
|Ink and Paper, Printmaking Club
|Intercultural Dialogue Student Organization
|Latin Dance Club
Latin Dance Club mainly teaches Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, and Latin Style Cha-Cha. No dance experience is necessary to attend, and we go out dancing in the community as often as possible!
|Medieval History Club at USC
|Meditation Society of the University of South Carolina
|Mock Trial Team
|MTNA Collegiate Chapter at the University of South Carolina
To advance the values and study of music making to society and to support the professionalism of music teachers.
President:Vicente Della Tonia Jr.
|Mu Sigma Phi
|My Carolina Student Engagement Council
Promotes the economic, political, social and educational status of all minority groups and works towards the elimination of all racial prejudices
|NAMI on Campus USC
|Net Impact Undergrad
|Nippon Anime School of Heavenly Imagery (NASHI) Club
Off-Off Broadway is the musical theater club. We produce at least two shows each year, a musical revue in the fall, and a full-length musical in the spring. All of the production work and performing is done by students, but you do not have to be a member of the club in order to audition for a show. We go as a group to see local musical productions and watch movies. We're also looking into finding performance outlets outside of USC, such as community events or competitions.
|Om at Carolina
|Omani Student Association
|Pan-African Student Association (PANASA)
PEM Club is for Physical Education Majors who want to better themselves in their career path.
|Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
For the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit; the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students; the advancement of music in America, and a loyalty to the Alma Mater.
|Photographic Society at USC
Interest in the photographic medium, its history, and contemporary practices.
|Political Science Graduate Student Organization
Project Dance is a student-run organization which meets once a week for an hour and a half. We focus on contemporary, jazz, and hip hop, but have featured classes in ballet and lyrical. One or two members are chosen to lead a class in their style of choice each week. This can (but is not required to) include warm-up, stretching, across-the-floors, and a combination. Project Dance also offers a team that performs at charity and showcase events in the USC community. Participation in this team requires additional commitment and rehearsal time. Meeting time and place for Fall 2015 TBA. Contact: Travis Chiles, President E-mail: email@example.com
To educate Columbia youth about the importance of healthy living and how to implement healthy living in their daily lives.
|Resident Mentor Council
A multicultural a cappella group embracing diversity in both music and appearance.
President:Scott (Hayes) Davis
|Rhetoric Society of America at the University of South Carolina
Brings together students who are interested in the Russian Culture and language and provides a community for further understanding and awareness of Russia
Provides assistance to female students, faculty, and staff looking for a way to maximize their chances at self-improvement and enhance their abilities during their affiliation with the University of South Carolina
Discuss issues relevant to professional saxophone playing and teaching, bringing in guest artists and lecturers.
|SEAS- Students Engaged in Aquatic Science
|Secular Student Alliance
Pastafarians at USC is a multipurpose organization for atheists, agnostics, skeptics, deists and the collectively known “non-religious” students at USC. Major goals and agendas include having like-minded discussion, providing a supportive community for the non-religious, combating religious bigotry with comedic relief, promoting pride in our beliefs and convictions, as well as doing community service in the name of humanity
|Snaps Music Appreciation
A laid-back atmosphere in which one can converse about a musical work of art with other music-oriented individuals. Whole albums are listened to, rather than singles, playlists, or "mixtapes," in order to fully appreciate the entire LP in the way it was intended. Music appreciation, music education, music discovery. In short, good people with good music.
|Society for Advancement of the Chemical Sciences
Coordinates resources and activities for chemistry and biochemistry students; provides information pertaining to chemistry and biochemistry related fields and promotes educational and social activities
|Society of Physics Students
The Society of Physics Students (SPS) is a professional association explicitly designed for students. Membership is open to anyone interested in physics. The only requirement for membership is that you be interested in physics. SPS is here to diffuse the knowledge of physics and encourage student interest and participation.
|South Carolina eSports Club
We eSports now.
|South Carolina Trumpet Association
To provide information, assistance and musical awareness to current trumpet students at the University of South Carolina.
President:Ryan Van Buren
|Sport and Entertainment Management Club
Our organization exists to provide our members with an inside view on the sport and entertainment industry through speakers, networking events, trips, etc.
|Sports and Entertainment Law Society
|Sports Car Club of America- Gamecock Chapter
|Student Advertising Federation
Professional club that focuses on the world of advertising through speakers, trips to agencies and competitions.
|Student Advisory Board for Dance
|Student Design Cooperative
|Student Government Comptroller Team
|Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
Acts as team representatives and mediators between student-athletes, athletic administrators, faculty and the student body of the University of South Carolina. The committee also sponsors community service projects throughout the Midlands. The committee strives to promote Gamecock spirit and support for all athletic teams.
|Students for Concealed Carry at USC
|Students for Justice in Palestine
|Students for Life
|Students Promoting the University's Reach for Success (SPURS)
The purpose of Students Promoting the University’s Reach for Success (SPURS) is to help promote the importance of philanthropy and gifts from alumni and friends at the University of South Carolina through SPURS and Senior Class Legacy Programs. The council’s primary goals are to educate students about the importance and impact of annual gifts at Carolina and to prepare students to support the University of South Carolina upon graduation.
To practice and exercise the various aspects of hip-hop and breakdancing while creating community across the diverse student body of USC.
|The Carolina Gentlemen
Sound Check is the all-male a cappella singing group at the University of South Carolina. This group of 15 men perform around Columbia and compete with other collegiate a cappella groups around the nation. Every year, Sound Check travels to compete and attend workshops at "SoJam," the Southeast's premier a cappella festival.
|The Cocktails Female Acappella
|The Lettered Olive Literary Review
|The OverReactors Improv Comedy
|The Third Spur
|To Write Love - USC
Dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for those struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide.
|Virtual Running Club at USC
Advisor:Tina Marie Devlin
|Wildlife Association of USC
|Women In Computing
|Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Graduate Association
|Writers Club at USC
To provide an open-minded and regular workshop for creative workers of all majors, backgrounds, and levels of skill.
|Association of Saudi Arabian Students
|Bangladesh Student Association
Bangladesh Student Association (BSA) at University of South Carolina (USC) is the official student organization for Bangladeshi students at USC comprising of more than 50 student members. BSA is a non-political and non-profit student organzation working at the best interest of the Bangladeshi students at USC. BSA helps to familiarize Bangladesh to the diverse South Carolina community by presenting the culture and heritage of Bangladesh.
President:Md Hassan Zamir
|Filipino American Student Association
Spreading awareness about the loving Filipino culture and teach about its traditions. Fundraising and community service in order to help the Philippines and other places in need. Promote international unity among the USC and Columbia community. So it does not matter who you are or where you come from, everyone is welcomed to join if you are interested in learning something new.
|Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars
|Fulbright Student Association
|Global China Connection - University of South Carolina Chapter
|Global Leadership Network
Exists to create international professional networks through forums and other events that bring international students together with local professionals.
|Indian Cultural Exchange
|Indian Student Organization
|International Business and Chinese Enterprise
|International Law Society
Exposes students to international legal issues and the international moot court competition
President:Anna Lynn Doster
|International Student Association
To bring together American and international student members to form lasting friendships and enjoy cultural events, excursions coordinate World Night in the spring semester annually.
President:Muzna Al Raiisi
|Iranian Student Association at USC (ISAUSC)
|Iraqi Student Organization at USC
|Korean International Student Association
Provide information and assistance to future and current Korean international students to get adjusted into USC campus life and also to the American life style in general.
|Muslim Students Association
Provides academic support and services to Muslim students and promotes social interaction between students
|Students Associated for Latin America (SALA)
|Study Abroad Association
|Taiwanese Student Association
|Turkish Student Organization
|Vietnamese Student Association
The main objectives of the Vietnamese Student Association shall include the following: 1. Strengthen the relationship between members and the community by actively participating in community service, social, and cultural events. 2. Assist the Vietnamese community. 3. Actively raise cultural awareness at The University of South Carolina
|Garnet & Black Magazine
|Her Campus South Carolina
As a branch of HerCampus.com, the content of Her Campus South Carolina is written by University of South Carolina students, and is a supplement to the national content of HerCampus.com that is created for college women everywhere.
|The Daily Gamecock
|The Garnet Report
|Army ROTC at USC
|Service Members and Veterans in Law Association
|Student Veterans Association
Student Organization to support veterans and help veterans on campus network with other veterans.
|College Democrats at USC
The College Republicans at the University of South Carolina aim to spread the conservative message across our campus and state, through outreach to students, faculty and the community. We provide a community for Republican students and a forum to discuss the issues of our time and what our generation and party can do for the country.
URL:http://102 English Holley Ct.
|The Federalist Society at the University of South Carolina School of Law
|Academy of Students of Pharmacy
|ACS POLY Student Chapter at USC
|Alpha Kappa Psi
|American Choral Directors Association Student Chapter
To promote excellence in choral music and to strive through arts advocacy to elevate choral music's position in the state of South Carolina.
|American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
President:Jocelyn Kate Mackay
Advisor:Michael Van Tooren
|American Marketing Association
Provides students the opportunity to interact with professionals and peers while presenting information about the field of marketing through bi-weekly meetings, socials, professional meetings, and other activities.
|American Nuclear Society
|American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chapter at USC
This university-based chapter is dedicated to the advancement of undergraduate research, research-based undergraduate education, and K-12 grade outreach.
Advisor:F. Wayne Outten
|American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
|American Society of Mechanical Engineers
|American String Teachers Association
|ASHRAE - Student Chapter at USC
To meet with professionals in the HVAC and Refrigerating industry to further our knowledge in the engineering field.
|Asian Studies Student Association
|Association for Wedding Professionals International
|Association of Black Journalists
|Association of IT Professionals
|Association of Minority Pre-Health Students
|Biomedical Engineering Society
BMES serves as the lead society and professional home for biomedical engineering and bioengineering. Our leadership in accreditation, potential licensure, publications, scientific meetings, global programs, and diversity initiatives, as well as our commitment to ethics, all serve our mission to promote and enhance knowledge and education in biomedical engineering and bioengineering worldwide and its utilization for human health and well-being.
|Black Graduate Student Association
|Business Analytics Club
Helps its members develop excellent data-driven decision-making skills and is open to everyone interested in analytics and big data. Members will learn how to use cutting-edge analytical and statistical tools, manage big and messy data, and visualize and present their findings. Students from all majors are welcome.
|Carolina Rail Club
|Carolina Trombone Association
|Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Organization
|Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc.
|Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International
CPFI is a worldwide ministry of individuals working in all areas of pharmaceutical service and practice. Its goals are to provide fellowship among like-minded professionals, to challenge and promote spiritual growth, and to encourage the advancement of knowledge and ethics in the practice of pharmacy. To facilitate, encourage, and teach pharmacists and prospective pharmacists how to extend God's love to their patients as an important part of their practice.
|Club Manager's Association of America
Expands knowledge of club management to those students working to obtain a career in club management through club visitations, guest speakers, regional meetings and participation in national functions of CMAA.
|College of Pharmacy Student Government
|Collegiate DECA at USC
To prepare emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management.
|Country Music Association Education (CMA EDU)
CMA EDU is an extension of the Country Music Association brand intended for students to better understand the music industry, specifically the country genre. CMA leverages these organizations for research, marketing, and promotional use on their respective campuses. For students who are interested in a career in the music or entertainment industry, CMA EDU provides valuable opportunities to explore the field, network with industry professionals, and build a resume through volunteer and project participation.
|Criminology and Criminal Justice Graduate Student Association
|Delta Sigma Pi
|DMSB Doctoral Student Association
Provides a forum for doctoral students in business Administration and economics at USC, to interact socially with faculty, administrators, and each other.
|Experimental Social Psychology Student Group
|Gamecock Pre-Veterinary Association
Our organization is here to meet the needs of Pre-Veterinary students, and those considering the veterinary field, in exploring the opportunities in beterinary medicine, fostering a community of support, and providing tools for success in both starting and continuing a career in veterinary medicine.
|Geography Graduate Student Association
Further professional, academic, and social development of those graduate students interested in the field of geography and in its subdisciplines
|Geophysical Society at USC
|Global Business Council
Promotes a deeper understanding of international business through guest speakers, workshops, and international outreach projects. The Global Council is open to all students.
|Graduate Biology Student Association
Provides professional opportunities and social activities for graduate students in the Departments of Biology and Marine Science
|Graduate Chapter of South Carolina Athletic Training Association (GSCATA)
|Graduate English Association
To provide general assistance for guiding the academic careers of graduate students in English
|Health Services Policy & Management Doctoral Student Organization (HSPM-DSO)
|Healthcare Executive Student Association
|Honors Pre-Medical Community
To provide information and opportunities to Honors College students pursuing careers in the medical field.
Serves the association community by enhancing the effectiveness of meetings, conventions, and exhibitions through member and industry education and promotes the value of the meetings industry to the general public.
|IMBA Finance Club
To expand knowledge of finance topics and provide members with networking opportunities.
|IMBA Student Association
Provides academic and social benefits for members through activities, community service projects and corporate relations projects - acts as a liaison between students and the administration
|IMPULSE-International, Undergraduate Journal for Neuroscience
To review neuroscience research manuscript submissions from undergraduate students, and publish those manuscripts online on a rolling submission, free access basis, and to coordinate campus events for the annual Brain Awareness Week.
|Information Science Student Association
|Ink! Undergraduate English Association
|Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Open School at USC
The IHI Open School chapter at USC is a face-to-face, interprofessional group that enables a forum for like-minded health professional students to interact and help each other gain skills to improve care. We strive to provide opportunities to learn about quality improvement and improving care for patients, to network with peers, to connect with engaged and supportive faculty, and to accomplish scholarly activities, such as publishing and presenting improvement work. In particular, our IHI Open School chapter focuses on interprofessional collaboration and community service-learning.
|Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Promotes advances in technical and professional aspects of all technical STEM majors.
|Institute of Management Accounting Student Chapter
Our student chapter will promote the professional and personal development of our members through social and business related events. We gladly welcome all students.
|International Business Student Advisory Council
|International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research Student Chapter at The University of South Carolina
Provides an environment where students of different backgrounds can discuss and learn about outcomes research.
|Labor and Employment Legal Society
|Library and Information Science Student Association
|LLC Graduate Students' Association
|Master of Accountancy Student Association
|Master of International Business Student Association (MIBSA)
To connect the network of students, alumni, faculty, and friends of the Master of International Business Program of the Moore School of Business and to support the program's continuous development and improvement.
|Masters of Human Resources Association
To promote Human Resources activities and social activities throughout the Masters of Human Resources Program
|Masters of Public Administration Student Association
|Minority Pre-Law Association
To provide pre-law students of all backgrounds with professional development and training through awareness of legal issues that plague minorities.
|Mock Trial Bar at the University of South Carolina School of Law
|Moore School Consulting Group
|Moot Court Bar
|National Art Education Association Student Chapter
To provide a professional Art Education association for future art teachers.
|National Association of Black Accountants
|National Community Pharmacists Association - USC Student Chapter
To provide a forum for pharmacy students to learn about the many career options available in independent pharmacy practice.
|National Dance Education Organization at USC
Create a network of past, present, and future dance educators to focus on peer support and furthering the field of dance education.
|National Society of Black Engineers
Increases the recruitment, retention, and successful graduation of minorities in science, math and engineering
|National Society of Minorities in Hospitality USC-Chapter
|National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association
Makes students more aware of corporate social responsibility
|Palmetto State Teachers Association Student Chapter
URL:http://Palmetto State Teacher's Association USC Chapter - Facebook
|Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law
|Phi Beta Lambda
The purpose of Phi Beta Lambda shall be to develop leadership, communication, and team skills through an organization that enables its members to meet and network with others at local, state, and national conferences.
|Phi Delta Chi
|Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity
|PLTW Alumni Association
|Public Relations Student Society of America
Serves its members by enhancing their knowledge of public relations and providing access to professional development opportunities - serves the public relations profession by helping to develop highly qualified, well prepared professionals
|Real Estate Law Society
|Sigma Omega Upsilon Business Fraternity
To establish a brotherhood of like-minded individuals who want to develop their global awareness and cultural sensitivity while striving to become competent individuals who can effortlessly thrive in today's international culture.
|Social Work Student Association
|Society of Human Resource Management
Provides students interested in the personnel function with exposure to personnel professionals through guest speakers, meetings of our parent chapter, shadow programs, company tours and workshops
|Society of Supply Chain Operations Excellence (SCOPE)
To improve the relationship between supply chain students and the professional chapter of APICS; also to improve job networking and professional education.
|Society of Women Engineers
|Sociology Graduate Student Association
|South Carolina Athletic Training Student Association
Organization for undergraduate Athletic Training majors
|South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business
|South Carolina Organization of Real Estate
|South Carolina Rooster Nurses
|South Carolina Student College of Clinical Pharmacy
|Sport and Entertainment Management Graduate Student Association
To form a group composed of graduate students in the Sports and Entertainment Management program at the University of South Carolina that can offer practical experience and provide superior learning and networking opportunities.
|Student Animal Legal Defense Fund
|Student Bar Association
|Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA)
|Student Nurses Association
To contribute to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care; To provide programs representative of fundamental and current professional interests and concerns; To aid in the development of the whole person, his/her professional role and his/her responsibility for the health care of people in all walks of life.
|Student Personnel Association
|Teaching Fellows Association
To help provide information and assistance to students who have received the Teaching Fellows Scholarship from the state of South Carolina.
|The Gamecock Economics Society
Every week we will have a speaker to come talk to us during our hour long sessions. Subjects among speakers will vary between job prospects to presentations about economics. Moreover, as a club we will be working on projects that will be entirely volunteer based. We will be attempting to get whatever work we complete published. If there are any of you interested in research and publications or would like to have them on your resume then contact me about your interest.
|Theta Tau at USC
|Women in Business Council
Establish a networking community for women to grow, learn, and develop professional skills.
|Women in Law
|Baptist Collegiate Ministry
|C.S. Lewis Student Center
The purpose of this group is to offer anyone on campus the opportunity to be more involved in informal Bible Study and to form Christian friendships.
|Campus Crusade for Christ
|Canterbury of Columbia
Canterbury of Columbia is committed to create a space where young adults feel free to cultivate and explore their faith through fellowship and service in the tradition of the Episcopal Church. We are an Episcopal ministry by and for young people; you will find a place of welcome, belonging, reflection, and worship among us.
|Carolina Bible Fellowship
|Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
|Chinese Student's Christian Fellowship
|Christ's Student Church at Carolina (Church of Christ)
|Christian Legal Society at the University of South Carolina School of Law
|Coptic Orthodox Youth Association
|First College Ministry
|International Friendship Ministries
|International Justice Mission - University of South Carolina Campus Chapter
|InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
To establish and advance witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord.
|Kappa Upsilon Chi
|Lutheran Campus Ministries
|Methodist Student Network
The primary mission of the Newman Club, which is served by the community of St. Thomas More Catholic Church, is to be the Catholic Campus Ministry for the University of South Carolina. The Newman Club strives to serve the spiritual and religious needs of the students at the University of South Carolina with the hope that students will grow in their knowledge and understanding of the Roman Catholic faith and the sacraments while also providing the opportunity to foster friendships with fellow members of the faith.
|Orthodox Christian Fellowship
Meets the religious needs, fosters fellowship, and provides a forum for discussion among Orthodox Christian students and students interested in Orthodox Christianity.
|Reformed University Fellowship
|Shandon College Ministry
|Sigma Alpha Omega
The women of Sigma Alpha Omega are committed to living according to the ideals of Christ and His Word, uplifting each other through fellowship and service, and bringing the love of Christ to the University of South Carolina.
|Student Christian Fellowship
To spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through: song, dance, spoken word, drama, forums and workshops on campus for all USC students to enjoy and be a part of.
Our unique contribution to the body of Christ at USC revolves around our commitment to the Word, the focus on spiritual disciplines, and our commitment to seeing the Great Commission fulfilled in our generation. We hope to train the students to become godly and skillful followers of Christ who will have a passion to live out the call of God in their lives and to labor with Him for a lifetime, for His glory.
An interdenominational Christian ministry for students who are seeking closer community with one another, asking honest questions about faith and wanting to develop a more intimate relationship with Jesus Chris that is evident in their lives. We are made up of student-led house churches that meet, as well as a large gathering called Reunion that meets every Sunday night at 6:00 p.m. Please see our website!
To witness the good news of God's love in Jesus Christ to the higher education community of Columbia by inviting, equipping, and challenging students, faculty, and staff to respond to the call of the Holy Spirit and to grow in faith and dscipleship.
|UUs at USC
|Young Life of Columbia
|Residence Hall Government|
|Residence Hall Association
|Alpha Phi Omega
|Amigos del Buen Samaritano
To coordinate volunteers at the West Columbia location of Good Samaritan Clinic to interpret, to assist in electronic data entry of patient files, or to raise funds/write grants for the clinic.
|Be The Match On Campus At USC
|Black Social Work Student Association
To facilitate open dialogue and retention of MSW students, promote academic excellence, scholastic networks, and cultural diversity, foster professional and recreational activities, as well as, provide a nurturing environment and advocate for students.
|Carolina Homelessness Outreach
|Carolina Science Outreach
Advisor:Ed Munn Sanchez
|Carolina Service Council
|Children's Advocacy Law Society
|Cocky's Canine PAALS
An organization dedicated to bringing volunteers to help raise, train, and take care of future service dogs.
|Colleges Against Cancer
Colleges Against Cancer is an organization of college students working help people celebrate, remember, and fight back against cancer. We focus on advocacy, cancer education, Relay For Life, and Survivorship.
|Communities in Harmony
Communities in Harmony is a music-based community service organization that gives student musicians and vocalists of all majors, skill levels, and programs the opportunity to share their love of music with the children and young adults of the Columbia area. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Cure at South Carolina
|Engineers Without Borders - USA
|Epsilon Sigma Alpha
International service sorority dedicated to service and sisterhood throughout the world - the main recipient of ESA's fundraising is St. Jude Children's Hospital.
|Food Recovery Network at USC
Food Recovery Network is an on campus organization whose activities are geared towards providing leftover usable food to those in need.
|Gamecock Pageant Club
|Gamecocks ConKerr Cancer
|Gamecocks for Babies
|Gamecocks for Unicef
|Girls for Tomorrow
|Hearts for Hearts
Hearts for Hearts support the efforts of the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association through fundraising and raising awareness of heart disease and the risks of stroke.
|Helping Hands at USC
Student organization designed to help not just one specific charitable cause, but to help as many as possible by various methods of fundraising.
|Kappa Kappa Psi
|Moneythink at the University of South Carolina
|No Kid Hungry: USC Chapter
|Omega Phi Alpha
|ONE Carolina Chapter
ONE is looking for interested students willing to join and campaign/advocate for this nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that works to eliminate poverty and preventable diseases, particularly in Africa, Asia and the United States. Our mission at ONE as students is to advocate for lifesaving foreign assistance and policies by rallying, calling, writing, signing petitions, tweeting, posting, sharing, recruiting, and campaigning to eradicate extreme poverty. This semester were taking a look at the Trillion Dollar scandal where we discovered each year, more than a trillion dollars is siphoned out of developing countries through a corrupt web of activity that includes shady deals for natural resources, the use of phantom firms, money laundering, and illegal tax evasion. ONE estimates that the lives of more than one million children could be saved if governments act to end the corporate and political secrecy that allows corruption and criminality to thrive. With the help of six million ONE members advocating for this fight to end poverty, we are hoping to get Jack Lew to add this to his agenda at the G20 this coming November. Throughout the semester we have three challenges we will try to succeed in. Visit one.org, www.facebook.com/columbiasONE, and www.twitter.com/ONE_USC for more information.
|Operation Crossroads Africa- USC
|Operation Smile at USC
Because we are back on campus, the Operation Smile club is aimed at raising awareness of this organization! OpSmile travels all over the globe to fix cleft lips and palates, as well as other deformities and burns. Education is also a huge part of what they promote for basic hygiene and dental care so after the surgeries, children and adults are able to lead healthier lives.
|Orientation Leaders Association
|Passion for Pediatrics
An organization passionate about serving the Columbia community, especially in the medical and healthcare field. We promote awareness regarding various medical issues and volunteer at the Palmetto Health Children's Hospital.
|Real Food Challenge @ USC
We will be working with USC's food provider, Sodexo, first, to assess how much of our food right now is considered Real using the Real Food Calculator tool. The next step will be to research what foods can be replaced with real food with also keeping cost into account. We also aim to educate the student body about real food and how food can affect our own communities socially, and ecologically.
|REHABILITATION COUNSELING STUDENT ASSOCIATION (RCSA)
|Rotaract Club at USC
|Special Olympics at USC
|Student United Way
Promotes leadership and service among USC students through volunteering, advocating, and giving back to the university and the surrounding community. Student United Way (SUW) is affiliated with United Way of the Midlands. SUW is a service organization with three pillars of service focusing on homelessness, education, and healthcare.
|Students Helping Honduras at the University of South Carolina
Students Helping Honduras at USC is a chapter of the non-profit, Students Helping Honduras, that was started just in 2007 by a college student. SHH is a small but growing effort to help make Honduras, the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, a better place to live by empowering locals to change their communities and their future. SHH is 100% Honduran-run; their focus is on empowerment and providing the resources for locals to change their own communities. Students from across the country travel to Honduras with SHH to work alongside these locals to help build schools in remote villages. Along the way, volunteers develop relationships with the children, work on their Spanish and soccer skills, learn how to salsa dance, experience daily Honduran life by living in a village for the week, play with children in SHH's Children's Homes, and make memories that change one's perspective. USC's chapter of SHH started just in the Spring 2013 semester and since has grown continuously. Our chapter fundraises throughout the year and sends students on trips over winter and spring breaks to help change Honduras.
|Tau Beta Sigma
|Timmy Global Health at USC
|Together We Rise: USC Chapter
Together We Rise is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the way children navigate through the foster care system and giving the children a sense of normalcy in such a difficult time. As a branch of this organization, Together We Rise: USC Chapter aims to do just that in the Columbia area.
To increase the number of registered organ donors and raise awareness of the importance of organ donations among all ages through educating, advocating, and grass roots organizing.
|Undergraduate Social Work Student Association
|Up 'Til Dawn
|Waverly After School Program
Waverly is an after school education and enrichment program for underserved students in the Columbia community. The organization provides tutoring for children across many age groups. The Honors College at the University of South Carolina started Waverly in 2003 and ever since then the group has grown and expanded to include new sites, more college students, and more creativity in the program itself. Vision: We believe all children need a safe place to be after school with caring, responsible adults and programs that encourage learning and personal growth. Core Functions: 1. Educational enrichment 2. Promote continuing educational excellence 3. Provide youth with positive role models 4. Develop student volunteers
|Bodybuilding and Fitness Club at USC
The Bodybuilding and Fitness Club at USC is an organization geared towards educating its members in weight training, bodybuilding and fitness techniques, styles and methods, nutrition, and overall wellness education.
|Carolina Jiu Jitsu and Judo Club
A club devoted to the practice of Parkour and Freerunning, and providing an environment to safely practice these skills.
|Carolina Waterski Club
|Carolina Women's Ultimate Frisbee
No previous experience needed! All forms and levels of athleticism welcome, appreciated, and encouraged. We practice twice a week at Strom Field 3 Tuesdays 5-7PM and Thursdays 9-11PM.
|Club Field Hockey at USC
To establish a new sport at USC and offer more variety and athletic opportunities for students.
|Club Tennis at USC
To provide students with an activity that promotes camaraderie, competition, and enjoyment. To allow students the opportunity to compete against other collegiate club teams at a high level.
|Fencing Club at USC
To offer fencing instruction and competition opportunities to beginning, intermediate, and advanced fencers.
|Gamecock Badminton Club
To create Badminton as a new sport tradition at USC, while training and maintaining a group of competitive players who participate in tournaments.
|Gamecock Club Swimming
|Gamecock Disc Golf
To provide a team setting to practice and compete gymnastics.
|Gamecock Racquetball Club
|Gamecock Sailing Club
|Gamecock Wrestling Club
|Gamecock's Archery Team
|Ice Hockey Club at USC
To compete in the sport of Ice Hockey against the club teams of other universities, and further the knowledge of Ice Hockey at the University of South Carolina.
|IHSA Equestrian Team
To promote participation and sportsmanship in equestrian competition among all students without regard to their level of riding skill
|International Soccer Club
The International Men's Soccer club here at the University of South Carolina brings together students of all cultures and backgrounds to play the most beautiful sport in the world. Soccer is a sport that unites people despite language or cultural barriers, and our team proves that every time we play. We are proud to say that we represent players from nearly every continent, and we have players fluent in every major language spoken throughout the world, including Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, French, Portuguese, and many more.
|Men's Club Volleyball
To play men's intercollegiate volleyball
|Men's Soccer Club
|Mountaineering and Whitewater Club
|Quidditch League at USC
Playing both intramural and intercollegiate quidditch games with the goal of joining USQ
|Roller Hockey Club at USC
Competitive men’s rugby team competing on a national level against other universities. Rugby is a high contact, internationally popular sport similar in scope to American football played without pads.
To promote interest in SCUBA and skin diving and the diffusion of knowledge concerning this sport.
|Seidokan Aikido Club
|South Carolina Club Baseball
|South Carolina Club Cheerleading
|South Carolina Spikeball (SCSB)
|South Carolina Triathlon Club
|Ultimate Frisbee Club
|Water Polo Club
To introduce people to water polo.
|Women's Club Volleyball
|Women's Lacrosse Club
To provide an extracurricular activity for women at the University of South Carolina.
|Women's Soccer Club