Students in need of Blackboard support should call the Division of Information Technology Service Desk at 803-777-1800 and follow the prompts. Assistance with Blackboard is available anytime throughout the day, night, or weekend. The Service Desk can assist with other support issues Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
General Support Questions
Students or faculty with general IT should contact Gayle Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-599-3495 (cell) or email@example.com. They may also contact the Division of Information Technology Service Desk at 803-777-1800 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
University Provided Software
The University provides Microsoft Office 365 for students and faculty at no cost. Other software may be available for a fee. Visit the DoIT Software page for more information.
Students can find a list of textbooks required for classes and bookstore contact information at the USC Salkehatchie Bookstore.
For inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Textbooks and general USC Salkehatchie merchandise may be purchased online from the Salkehatchie Marketplace.
Textbook Rental Returns
Students may return rental books to the campus placing a note with their name and VIP number or a copy of their rental agreement inside the front cover of the book and dropping it in the Library Book Return containers on campus. In Allendale it is out in front of the Library and Academic Support building. In Walterboro, it is located in the faculty/staff parking lot in front of the Student Commons and Conference Center (Research Building). If you are not able to come to campus to return your book, please click here to go to the FedEx website where you can obtain a printing label to use to mail your books back to campus at no cost to you.
- All courses will be graded as originally planned according to grading criteria established by the instructor.
- After grades are submitted at the end of the semester, undergraduates can choose,
on a course-by-course basis, to request a pass/fail grade for the Spring 2020 semester.
- The following pass/fail scale will be used: Earned grades of A, B+, B, C+, and C will be replaced with S+, earned grades of D+ and D will be replaced with S, and an earned grade of F or FN will be replaced with U.
- If you select the S+/S/U grading scale for a course, points will not be factored into the GPA. Courses with S+ and S will count towards earned semester hours.
- Courses graded with the S+/S/U scale will count as appropriate towards applicable curricular, major, continuation, and graduation requirements. For example, if a course requires a C or better in a prerequisite, students selecting this alternative grading scale would need an S+ in the prerequisite course.
Those courses with an S+/S grade will count as attempted and earned hours, and those with a U grade will only count as attempted hours. However, a Pass/Fail grade will not impact the student's USC GPA. Lottery Tuition Assistance eligibility is maintained with an overall USC GPA of 2.0.
All student accounts can still be accessed through Self-Service Carolina .
Students can make payments online or by mail to:
University of South Carolina Salkehatchie
PO Box 416
Allendale, SC 29810
Attn: Business Office
Email correspondence should be directed to email@example.com
Telephone inquiries should be directed to (803) 812-7398.
Voicemails are checked throughout the day and service is rendered promptly.
Frequenty Asked Questions
Face coverings are highly recommended and will be required in designated areas of USC Salkehatchie. Please look for signs when you arrive on campus.
As with most communicable diseases, common hygiene practices are the best way to mitigate the spread of germs.
- Cover mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough
- Wash hands often for 20 seconds
- Clean shared surfaces and equipment often
- Avoid touching eye, nose and mouth
- Stay home if sick and call your doctor if needed
Students who are sick should stay home. Monitor yourself for the following symptoms:
- Shortness of Breath
- Sore Throat
- Muscle Aches
- Lost Sense of Smell/Taste
- Fever greater than 100.0°F
Students who have symptoms of respiratory illness should stay home and not come to campus until they are well.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) recommends that students who have been ill not come to class until 7 days have passed since their symptoms began AND they are free of fever (100.4°F [37.8°C] or less using an oral thermometer) or signs of fever for 3 days without the use of fever-reducing medicines and their other symptoms have improved.
If you are sick and miss class, please be sure to contact your professor immediately.