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Office of Multicultural Student Affairs


Organizations

There are many groups on campus that can help you advance the causes you care about, build new relationships and improve your professional skills. 

Association of African American Students (AAAS)

Unifying African American students on campus and providing positive cultural, intellectual and social activities for all who live and work at USC. 

Association of Black Journalists

Establishing a strong union among black students pursuing degrees in journalism, broadcasting and mass communications with networking opportunities and professional development activities. We welcome all who are interested.

Brothers of Nubian Descent (BOND)

Tackling contemporary challenges facing black males on campus, in South Carolina and in the U.S.

Collegiate Curls

Promoting self-love on campus by teaching multicultural students to embrace healthy skin and hair care practices.

Feminist Collective (FemCo)

Meeting every Wednesday to discuss current feminist issues affecting the campus environment and the greater community.

Individuals Respecting Identities and Sexualities (IRIS)

Advocating for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer communities at the University of South Carolina and offering social and service opportunities.

International Student Association (ISA)

Dedicated to bringing American and international students together to form lasting friendships.

Latin American Student Organization (LASO)

Enabling aspiring leaders of all ethnicities and backgrounds to make a difference while advancing Latin American culture and preserving identity.

NAACP

Working toward the elimination of all racial prejudice by promoting economic, political, social and educational status for all minority groups. 

SAVVY Multicultural Women's Group

Empowering women in all aspects by creating opportunities for them to meet and network on campus.

Trans Student Alliance

Building safe spaces with a network of trans students and cisgender allies working together as advocates for trans issues at the University of South Carolina.