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Orientation

At Orientation

Find out a little more about what you can expect during your Fall Transfer Student Orientation.

For Transfer Students

You are classified as a transfer student if you currently attend a post-secondary institution, or you have in the past, and you are coming to the University of South Carolina to continue your education.

At Orientation You Will:

  • Connect with UofSC faculty and staff and get to know some of your peers 
  • Learn about living at the University of South Carolina
  • Get acquainted with our campus policies and procedures
  • Be equipped with a list of resources to help you succeed
  • Learn about your academic program's curriculum and degree requirements
  • Attend a virtual academic advising session and register for classes

What You Should Know

COVID-19 Health and Safety during New Student Orientation

Face coverings are required at all times inside all campus buildings, unless you are in your own residence hall room, private office or you are eating inside campus dining facilities. Visit the Current COVID-19 Guidelines page to learn more.

Our mitigation strategy for COVID-19 is in a dynamic situation, and we will continue to monitor the variants of the virus and the rate of vaccine uptake in our state. All of our decisions are informed by CDC and SCDHEC guidance, input from our university public health experts, and federal and state laws

Duration

Fall Transfer Orientation is a one-day program. You should plan to be available from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Advising and Registration

Make sure to complete you advising worksheet. Students will meet virtually with an advisor that corresponds with their major during  Orientation to help them plan their class schedule and register for classes.

Families and guests are encouraged to help their student review degree requirements prior to their Orientation; however, only students attend advising sessions during orientation.


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