Student Organizations for Academic Year 2014 - 2015
- Greek Fraternity
- Greek Sorority
- Residence Hall Government
|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.
|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