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St. Patrick's Day incident at Pour House

The university is very concerned about an incident that occurred at Pour House over St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The safety of our students is our biggest concern, and we will continue to work with law enforcement and our neighbors in Five Points to resolve the case.

Discover USC seeks volunteers

Faculty, staff, post-docs and students can sign up as reviewers, judges and volunteers for the first Discover USC research showcase event on April 21.

UofSC researchers looking for weather watchers

Geography researchers at the University of South Carolina are looking for interested weather watchers statewide to serve as citizen scientists reporting on rainfall and conditions in their communities.

Free hearing, health screenings

In honor of National Public Health Week, the Arnold School of Public Health will be offering free hearing and health screenings. All faculty, staff and students are invited.

Access commencement guest tickets online

Students who are approved to participate in spring 2017 commencement ceremonies can access guest tickets online March 17-31.

Career Center helps students avoid job scams

The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently reported that college students across the nation are being entangled in an employment scam that could result in financial damages and identify theft. The Career Center works with several organizations and top employers to provide opportunities for students, which are vetted of scams in a number of ways.

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Stories for Students

Kimberly Medina

Kimberly Medina named UofSC Outstanding Woman of the Year

Kimberly Medina, a University of South Carolina senior from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina who has spent her college years working to improve the lives of Hispanics, was named the university’s Outstanding Woman of the Year 2017. University officials honored Medina and four finalists during a ceremony Wednesday (March 29).

out to lunch

Out to lunch

Out to Lunch, a longstanding program run by the Student Success Center in partnership with Carolina Dining Services, was started as a way to improve interaction outside the classroom by encouraging students to invite their instructors to a meal and then talk about — well, that’s up to them.

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