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Palmetto College

Academic Support

Palmetto Pathway embodies The University of South Carolina’s commitment to the successful education of citizens through teaching, research, creative activity, and community engagement.  That means the Palmetto Pathway program, along with our offices and resources from across the UofSC system, form a comprehensive academic support network that can assist you as you find your ideal path and pursue your degree at the University of South Carolina.  Whether guiding you through your academic transition, helping you clarify career goals, or providing tutoring that helps you meet the challenges of college study, Palmetto Pathway can help you achieve academic success.

 ARTE 101 – Introduction to Art 
BIOL 110 – General Biology 
BIOL 110L – General Biology Laboratory (online) 
CHEM 105 – Chemistry and Modern Society 
CRJU 101 – The American Criminal Justice System 
CSCE 101 – Introduction to Computer Concepts (online) 
CSCE 102 – General Applications Programming (online) 
ECON 224 – Introduction to Economics (online) 
ENGL 101 - Critical Reading and Composition 
ENGL 102 – Rhetoric and Composition 
HIST 101-102 - European Civilization 
HIST 111-112 – United States History 
ITAL 121-122 – Elementary-Basic Proficiency Italian 
MATH 111 – Basic College Mathematics 
MATH 122 – Business Calculus 
POLI 201-American National Government 
PSYC 101 – Introduction to Psychology 
SOCY 101 – Introductory Sociology 
SPAN 109-122 – Beginning Spanish – Basic Proficiency in Spanish 
SPCH 140 – Public Communication 
UNIV 101 – The Student in the University 
WGST 112 – Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies 

Our Peer Tutors are all upper class undergraduate students at the University of South Carolina who have excelled in the course they tutor. They have been trained to facilitate discussions on course content and to guide undergraduate students as they improve their academic habits.  

All Tutoring Sessions will be on a drop-in basis and students will be asked to bring their Carolina Card for check-in. Come prepared to work and be an active participant in the session. Bring questions from your assignments or lectures and an open mind. Challenging yourself to try new things can have great rewards, in and out of the classroom.  
Drop In tutoring schedule can be found here.

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  1. You must first register for disability services.
  2. After registration you will be asked to upload any required documents.  You may review requirements here.
  3. Upon approval, you will attend a registration meeting. 
  4. More information may be found on the Student Disability Resource Center Website.  

Printing Services are available free of charge for Bates House residents. Residents may print up to 30 pages at one time in black/white or color. Files should be saved as a PDF on a flash drive for printing (flash drives are available in the Bates House SSC Office).

The USC Career Center is dedicated to supporting your needs at all stages of the process, whether you are still making decisions about your future direction, looking for hands-on experiences, or are ready for the next steps that will prepare you to live out your career goals. 

From the basics of exploring major and career options and writing your resume, to connecting with employers for internships and interviews, UofSC students have access to career coaches and a premiere collection of online tools.  Follow this link for more information.

 

 


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