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We’re committed to providing the resources and support our students need to be successful in their academic pursuits. Get the most from every facet of your academic experience at South Carolina or connect with university resources that can help you reach your aspirations.
USC provides comprehensive resources to support your academic success.
Academic Advising & Coaching: Advisors help you define and achieve your goals from freshman year to graduation, this includes individualized and ongoing learning support.
Changing Majors (Exploratory Advising): Advisors are available for in person or remote major change advising sessions to understand the next steps.
Graduation and Retention Network: Learn how to graduate faster or get back on track with course credits to graduate on time.
Student Success Center: Your one-stop resource for academic support, including tutoring, peer writing, time management, study skills and money management. Transfer and sophomore students will find tailored support here, too.
Student Disability Resource Center: Provides support and helps coordinate efforts to ensure registered students with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations.
Career Center: Supports you at all stages of career planning from identifying possibilities to making decisions on future direction to searching for hands-on experience.
Health and Well-Being
USC offers resources and services toward the goal of creating a healthy campus environment that fosters success.
Basic Needs: The CommUnity Shop provides food, clothing, toiletries, school supplies and other essentials to individuals experiencing basic needs insecurities.
Campus Recreation: Provides programs and services that promote fitness and quality of life.
Civil Rights and Title IX: Provides support to students, staff and faculty regarding the fair and equal treatment of every person in the university community. Report discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct.
Mental Health Resources: Online, in-person and self-care resources help students improve their mental health by identifying and managing contributing factors from sleep and substance use to academic concerns and stress to grief and loss.
Student Disability Resource Center: Ensuring that students with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations because every student deserves equal access to all aspects of the USC experience.
Student Health and Well-Being: Improving the health and well-being of our Carolina community through highly trained clinicians and staff.
Navigating the college experience can be a challenge from time to time. Our campus community is dedicated to a safe experience for everyone and offers these resources to help.
Is this an emergency? Call 9-1-1.
Operators work closely with campus emergency resources to correctly route your call. This includes critical concerns for suicide or self-harming behavior, emotional distress or threats of harm to campus.
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988 (24-Hour)
Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741 (FREE, 24/7 and confidential)
Campus Safety: Take action immediately in harmful situations.
USCPD Safety Tools: Plan ahead using these recommended services.
Sexual Assault Prevention: Interpersonal violence prevention and support.
USC offers an enormous array of opportunities to get out, get involved and develop the kind of connections, skills and meaningful experiences that last a lifetime.
Leadership and Community Service: Build your leadership skills, impact your community and expand your education beyond the classroom.
Multicultural Student Affairs: Educating, empowering and organizing students and community partners to seek out opportunities for social justice.
My USC Experience: Search for purposeful activities that further your learning and personal growth and expand your network.
Student Organizations (Garnet Gate): Check out the complete student organization directory with more than 550 groups that focus on academics, sports, dance, games, careers and more.
Student Tickets: Experience the excitement of Gamecock Athletics. Learn how eligible students can attend events for free.
"Let's Talk" drop-in sessions are held 3-4 p.m. Tuesdays and 1-2 p.m. Wednesdays in Russell House Room 303.
The changes will bring the university’s student information system to the latest software version, which incorporates standards and compliance requirements.
USC students, faculty and staff can begin ordering food and drinks for on-campus delivery via robots on Monday (Feb. 5) through a new partnership with Grubhub and Starship Technologies. Here’s a quick primer on how to order, what you can order and where it can be delivered.
The South Carolina Internship Program supports students of all majors gaining work experience in high-demand industries in the Palmetto State.
Race, media professor Jabari Evans co-produces Chicago White Sox documentary
Chicago native and race and media professor Jabari Evans explores the intersection on culture and baseball in producing Fitted in Black: How Hip-Hop Fueled the Greatest Rebrand in Sports.
Students in Dance Marathon come together to help young patients
USC Dance Marathon is the university’s largest student-run philanthropic organization, raising more than $8 million since its inception 26 years ago. Last year, the organization raised nearly $800,000 to support Prisma Health Children’s Hospital. Student volunteers hope to meet or exceed that goal at this year’s event on Feb. 24 at the Fitness and Wellness Center.
Students will hear from Bob Woodward on history, future of journalism
Bob Woodward brings his lifelong enthusiasm for practicing journalism at the highest level to the University of South Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communications when he speaks at the 2024 Buchheit Family Lecture on Feb. 28. Woodward will talk with students about his experiences over the past 50-plus years as a reporter — almost all of it at The Washington Post — and what he sees for the future of journalism.
Gamecocks come together for Carolina Day
On Tuesday, Feb. 13, alumni and advocates of the University of South Carolina will come together for Carolina Day. The annual event is a chance for Gamecocks near and far to show their love for the university as well as the importance of USC in improving the lives of every S.C. resident.