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Study away in Anchorage

Want to hike by glaciers, see the midnight sun, stay overnight in a yurt near Mount McKinley and experience life in beautiful Alaska? Join Sustainable Carolina's domestic study away program, The Last Frontier: A Toolkit for Sustainability Leadership, in Anchorage, Alaska and Denali National Park and Preserve.

South Caroliniana Library reopens March 2

The South Caroliniana Library reopens March 2 with new hours and procedures. After closing for five weeks to move collections out of the historic building, the reading room will reopen to patrons although the walls and shelves will be bare.

AmeriCorps Summer Associates applications now being accepted

The Office of Student Engagement is now accepting applications for this year's AmeriCorps Summer Associate VISTAs.

Awards to recognize contributions to freshmen

The Outstanding Advocate for First-Year Students Award recognizes those who have made significant contributions to the academic and personal lives of first-year students. The award is made possible through donations to the University 101 Scholarship Family Fund account.

SG program collects professional attire for students

Carolina Closet is an exclusive professional attire rental program available to all UofSC students. Many students cannot afford professional garments for successful job and internship interviews and Carolina Closet gives them the opportunity to rent clothing for these purposes.

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Stories for Students

Just say 'Yes'

Just say 'Yes'

For Erin Steiner, saying 'Yes' to Carolina has led to research and study across the globe. The senior double majoring in political science and women’s and gender studies has been to Ghana, Thailand, India and places in between.

Better living through leadership

Better living through leadership

In recent years, Preston Residential College has become a proving ground for young leaders on the University of South Carolina campus. Through community service programs, group arts projects and other endeavors, residents are learning what it means to take charge and make a difference.

Students aim for

Students aim for "A's" in state dance class

L.M. Drucker remembers growing up in the 1950s with her mom taking her to Myrtle Beach, S.C. She recalls people dancing, and she would join in. "I didn't know it, but that was the early heyday of classic shag," she says. "So I was there for it, I just didn't realize it until much later."

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