SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUNSELORS
You play a key role in encouraging students to envision their future — education, career, service activities, family, fun, friends, community life. We appreciate everything you do to support your students as they consider applying to the University of South Carolina.
Letters of Recommendation: We ask that students not send letters of recommendation unless they are applying to South Carolina Honors College. Letters of recommendation ARE NOT REQUIRED for general university admissions consideration. Honors College applicants must have two letters of recommendation submitted on their behalf. We prefer recommenders complete the Honors College Recommendation form generated by USC's online application. Students are advised to have the name and email address of each recommender while completing the Honors portion of the application. This will help the writer submit the recommendation in a more timely fashion. If the letters are mailed, then they must include “ATTN: Honors College Processing” on the envelope to ensure delivery. US Mail is our least preferred method of delivery since it slows processing time.
Counselor Evaluation Forms: We prefer that you either complete the Counselor Evaluation Form generated by USC’s online application or a Secondary School Report Form sent via Parchment/Naviance. Alternatively, you may mail an evaluation letter, but this is our least preferred method of delivery since it slows processing time.
2013 Counselor Breakfasts
Join us for a counselor breakfast hosted by Clemson University, the College of Charleston, and the University of South Carolina. You will learn the latest news and information about each school's admission process, scholarships and financial aid, and more. Events are being offered throughout South Carolina during the month of September. To learn more and to register, click here!
Sample the range of USC services for counselors in the 2013 Guidance Counselor Breakfast Presentation (PDF). This large file may take a few minutes to download.
When you have questions about USC or the ways our programs may fit potential students from your school, our Admissions team can help you find the information you need.
Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for assistance.
With 95 undergraduate degrees in 15 colleges, your high school students can create the USC academic program that meets their needs.
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