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Announcements, news and all the links a student needs can be found here on the Student Gateway. To find what you need, browse the categories below, click on the plus sign to display links within that category and select the link you want.


Registration open for Register for Professional Development Certification Program

Register for the Professional Development Certification Program for fall 2014 to help make your part-time job become more than just a paycheck.

Applications available to become a Changing Carolina Peer Leader

The Changing Carolina peer leaders are currently recruiting students with an interest in health education and wellness and a desire to make a difference on campus.

Students eligible to compete in The Proving Ground

Held each fall, The Proving Ground is among the top collegiate business plan competitions in the U.S. for prizes and startup support. This year's competition will feature new categories, including ones in which students can compete.

University offers free test prep workshops

UofSC's Continuing Education offers free test preparation workshops to prepare individuals to take the GMAT, LSAT or GRE each semester.

Pi Beta Phi now accepting interest forms

Pi Beta Phi has arrived on campus to start its Colonizing Recruitment process. The sorority is looking for undergraduate women who are interested in helping Pi Beta Phi build its legacy at UofSC.

Fall alternative break applications due Sept. 12

Select student volunteers will travel to Johns Island and Spartanburg, S.C. to serve local communities and families in need.

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Stories for Students

Destination: Mars

Destination: Mars

Studying science at a major research university might involve innumerable hours at a laboratory bench, but the experience doesn't have to be geographically limiting. For undergraduate and graduate students in Mike Angel's chemistry group at the University of South Carolina, for example, the work they do in the lab has interplanetary reach.

Gravitational pull

Gravitational pull

It seemed a sure bet that Sharina Haynes was headed for a doctoral degree in physics. But she experienced a gravitational pull in a different direction that led her to the University of South Carolina's history department.

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