July 11, 2019, Koby Padgett
Maintenance work will close the parking lot at Blossom and Park streets (lot AD1) Monday through Wednesday (July 15-17). Three handicap spaces will be available in the lot that is normally open to anyone on the Columbia campus with a parking pass. Parking Services recommends the lot across Blossom Street (AD3) or in the Greek Village as alternates during the maintenance.
April 26, 2019, Koby Padgett
The University of South Carolina has been recognized for its sustainable building practices by the US Green Building Council. The group certified the Center for Health and Well-Being as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-Gold.
March 08, 2019, Koby Padgett
Construction of a new column at Pendleton and Bull streets begins Monday, March 11.
February 22, 2019, Koby Padgett
Due to the renovation of Close-Hipp, the 1700 block of College Street near Capstone will be closed temporarily.
November 07, 2018, Koby Padgett
The FS11 parking lot, located adjacent to Colonial Life Arena on College Street, will be closed for maintenance Friday (Nov. 9).
December 05, 2017, Koby Padgett
The University of South Carolina has added over 90 parking spaces to its capacity with the addition of a new lot near Colonial Life Arena.
January 12, 2017, Peggy Binette
The University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business building has earned LEED Platinum certification, the highest certification awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Championed by Darla Moore, for whom the school is named, the building opened in August 2014.
September 21, 2016, Yolanda L. Jones
A 22-foot steel beam was raised into place on the new Student Health Center Monday (Sep. 20), in a celebration honoring the project team and crew members of Rodgers Builders.
September 16, 2016, Wes Hickman
As the Southeast’s most comprehensive health sciences teaching and research institution, the University of South Carolina will build on its nationally recognized programs in medicine, nursing, social work, public health, pharmacy, biochemistry, business, computing and others, as well as its unique partnerships with health care providers throughout the state, to create the premier health sciences experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.
May 20, 2016, Yolanda Jones
It’s high school graduation season once again and University of South Carolina students, faculty and staff should prepare for heavier than normal traffic near the Colonial Life Arena.