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Diversity

The University of South Carolina celebrates diversity as one of its core goals with a variety of support services and diversity initiatives. 

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Application requirements, supporting materials and deadlines for all graduate school programs.

 

Support Services & Diversity Initiatives

What They Offer
  • Multicultural programming and support services
  • Diversity and social justice education initiatives
  • LGBT programs and services, including one-on-one support from ally professionals 
Get Involved

The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs has multiple student organizations and programs, including a program for trained peer educators.

Contact

Russell House, Student Life 115
803-777-7716
saomsa@mailbox.sc.edu

Visit the Multicultural Student Affairs Site 
What They Offer

The office works with campus partner organizations to offer diversity programs that share experiences, raise awareness and promote understanding

Get Involved

Dive-In Lunches: These lunches bring together students, faculty and staff to discuss ways to foster an inclusive campus community.

Visit the Office of Diversity and Inclusion Site 
What They Offer

A visible network of trained allies (many from the Graduate School) who create a community of respect and dignity for LGBT individuals.

Contact

Garrick Queen
gqueen@mailbox.sc.edu
803-777-4495
1705 College Street, Suite 522

What They Offer
  • An inclusive environment on campus
  • Trained international friendly zone representatives (many on Graduate School staff)
  • Support for international students
Contact

Cassandra Nelson
nelson67@mailbox.sc.edu
803-777-2975
1705 College Street, Suite 552

What They Offer

Green Zone Allies (one of whom is in the Graduate School) help with the transition from the military to civilian life. Green Zone Allies are familiar with the emotional cycle of deployment and can refer students to the appropriate on-campus resources.

Contact

Ed Lilly
lillye@mailbox.sc.edu
803-777-7218
1705 College Street, Suite 522

 

Diversity Fellowships

 

Codes of Conduct 

The Carolinian Creed

The Carolinian Creed expresses the values the university expects its students to adhere to. Carolinian Creed Day and Creed Week bring together students, staff, faculty and the community to work on programs and projects that speak to the values in the Creed.

Equal Opportunity

The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, sex, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genetics, veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions.

The mission of the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs is to ensure that applicants for employment, employees, and prospective and enrolled students of the University of South Carolina are protected against discrimination.

 

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Application requirements, supporting materials and deadlines for all graduate school programs.


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