The Division of Human Resources works in partnership with colleges and divisions to
serve the human resource needs and strategic goals of our university community.
Dedicated to attracting, developing and retaining an exceptional workforce we promote
a culture of equity, diversity and inclusion; provide valued benefits and compensation
programs; foster personal and professional development; and ensure compliance with
human resource policies, regulations, and laws.
Join us for a Virtual Benefits Fair September 27 – 29 where you can learn about the benefit options available to you
as an UofSC employee. Hear from vendors about specific plan details and learn about
2022 benefits, including plan options and enrollment instructions.
The open enrollment webpage details insurance options for 2022, highlights benefits enhancements for the upcoming
year and outlines the changes you can make during this open enrollment period.
Learn about how the university is changing to mitigate the effects of the novel coronavirus and what you can do to help.
All people aged 18 and older (and South Carolinians aged 16 and older) are now eligible
to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Make a plan to get yours, whether it's on campus or off.
The latest information about the university's COVID-19 vaccine rollout can be found
on our COVID-19 Vaccine Information pag. If you receive your vaccination off campus, please make sure to upload your vaccination
card to MyHealthSpace.
Childcare responsibilities create additional challenges for our employees with school
age or pre-school children. The information on our parenting resources web page is provided to assist employees who need to balance childcare and work.
Congratulations to the graduates of the 2019-2020 PAL and ELP programs. These employees completed a year-long cohort-based professional development program
that equipped them to be the leaders of our university.
We are pleased to announce the newest members of the 2021-2022 Pipeline for Academy Leaders (PAL) and Emerging Leaders Program
(ELP). Upon completion, these graduates will join a growing community of over 250
The University of South Carolina received the PEBA Partners award for being one of the top employers in the state who promotes physically, emotionally,
and financially healthier workspaces.
Supervisors are key to every employee's success. Our monthly newsletters provide topics, action items and resources you need to be successful in your role
as a supervisor.
Discover the key to being more present and actively taking the time to digitally disconnect
through this online seminar offered through the Employee Assistance Program.
Decisions regarding eligibility for unemployment are made by the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SCDEW)
If you are unable to work or have a reduction in hours you may qualify for unemployment
benefits, even if you are still employed with the university.
You may file an unemployment claim online. SCDEW processes all unemployment claims.
SCDEW has provided an FAQ resource to answer questions regarding unemployment claims as they relate to COVID-19.
Please note: The university only provides SCDEW requested information regarding the
lack of work and does not make any decisions regarding the approval or disqualification of unemployment benefits.
State Health Plan members and dependents are eligible to participate in a free weight loss program. Wondr Health is clinically proven to help participants lose weight, sleep better,
stress less and so much more. The deadline to apply is October 24, and the next class
begins November 8.