MY UofSC EXPERIENCE ENGAGEMENTS

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Engagements What to Expect Type of Activity Term CAS Label Campus Division Department Unit Course Special Designator Other
Supplemental Instruction Stay on top of your course material and boost your grades. Join a group study session where you can discuss recent class material, practice what you're learning and get help with your questions from a trained peer. Educational Support Summer 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Undergraduate Research - Independent Study Credit Let your curiosity lead you. In an independent research study course for credit, you'll work with a mentor to explore a topic in-depth through a hands-on research project. Along the way, you'll gain expertise in your area of study, connect with faculty and stretch your problem-solving skills. Research Summer 2021 Undergraduate Research 3 13 32 Undergraduate Research GLD-Research; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Undergraduate Research Programs,Research,,Critical and creative thinking,Problem solvingColumbia Research Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research - Student Grant Award/Independent Study Don't let finances stop you from pursuing a for-credit research project. With support from a faculty mentor, you can apply for grant funds that may be used for expenses such as project travel, materials and supplies or salary. Research projects can help you gain expertise in your area of study, connect with faculty and stretch your problem-solving skills. Research Summer 2021 Undergraduate Research 3 13 32 Undergraduate Research GLD-Research; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Undergraduate Research Programs,Research,,Critical and creative thinking,Problem solvingColumbia Research Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research - Student Grant Award Don't let finances stop you from pursuing a research project. With support from a faculty mentor, you can apply for grant funds that may be used for expenses such as project travel, materials and supplies or salary. Research projects can help you gain expertise in your area of study, connect with faculty and stretch your problem-solving skills. Research Summer 2021 Undergraduate Research 3 13 32 Undergraduate Research GLD-Research; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Undergraduate Research Programs,Research,,Critical and creative thinking,Problem solvingColumbia Research Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research - Paid or Volunteer Step into the world of academic research by supporting a faculty project or generating your own. Reach out to a mentor to explore potential projects, and sign on as a volunteer or paid research assistant. You'll learn more about your field of study, connect with faculty and stretch your problem-solving skills. Research Summer 2021 Undergraduate Research 3 13 32 Undergraduate Research GLD-Research; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Undergraduate Research Programs,Research,,Critical and creative thinking,Problem solvingColumbia Research Undergraduate Research
Study Abroad - Global Direct Immerse yourself in a new culture while you take classes at a foreign college or university. You can learn about foreign languages or other topics and choose from a summer, fall, or spring semester or academic year program. You will be directly enrolled at an approved institution and pay tuition and fees to the host site. International Learning Summer 2021 Study Abroad 3 12 31 Study Abroad Experiential Learning Opportunity; GLD-Global Learning; Education Abroad Programs & Services,Global learning,,Intercultural knowledge and competence,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Academic Affairs International Programs
Study Abroad - Global Exchange Study abroad for less at a foreign partner institution. Choose from semester or academic year programs in 20 countries, and pay only South Carolina in-state tuition plus host site housing and meal costs. International Learning Summer 2021 Study Abroad 3 12 31 Study Abroad Experiential Learning Opportunity; GLD-Global Learning; Education Abroad Programs & Services,Global learning,,Intercultural knowledge and competence,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Academic Affairs International Programs
Study Abroad - Global Partner Pack your bags for an international adventure! Choose from a variety of independent study abroad programs to find one that meets your academic and geographic preferences and time frame (summer, semester or academic year). You will pay tuition and fees directly to the sponsoring independent study abroad organization. International Learning Summer 2021 Study Abroad 3 12 31 Study Abroad Experiential Learning Opportunity; GLD-Global Learning; Education Abroad Programs & Services,Global learning,,Intercultural knowledge and competence,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Academic Affairs International Programs
Group X Students participate in a 45-60 minute group exercise class (e.g., Yoga, Zumba, BodyPump, Cycle, Barre). Campus Involvement Summer 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Study / Practice physical well being,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Personal Fitness Training Go the extra mile on your fitness journey with a personal trainer. Your trainer will help you set goals and design an exercise program just for you. Campus Involvement Summer 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Study / Practice physical well being,Study / Practice self knowledge,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Climbing Wall Reach new heights of mental and physical fitness at the Strom's climbing wall. The 52-foot Nicros wall looks and feels like real rock and includes routes for beginners and advanced climbers alike. Campus Involvement Summer 2021 Physical, Mental, Emotional Health 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Foundations and skills for lifelong learning,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Intramural Sports Grab your sports gear and get ready for some fun. Make friends on the field while you play your favorite sport or learn a new one. Campus Involvement Summer 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; Recreational Sports Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Safe Zone Workshop Become an ally for the LGBTQ+ campus community. You'll learn about the LGBTQ+ experience, including risks, biases and harassment and find out where to go on- or off-campus for support. Service Summer 2021 Civic Engagement 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs GLD-Diversity & Social Advocacy; GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Study / Practice diversity,Study / Practice self knowledge,Civic knowledge and engagement,Intercultural knowledge and competenceColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Leadership and Service Advocate Spread the word about student leadership development! You'll answer questions, complete light office duties and help plan and promote student leadership programs and initiatives. Leadership Summer 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Career readiness,Leadership,Communication - spoken,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Leadership Coaching - Student organization Push your student organization to the next level with help from a leadership coach. Together, you'll explore your organization's needs and brainstorm ways to grow and advance your team. Leadership Summer 2021 Leadership Education 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; Student Leadership Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Critical and creative thinking,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Leadership Coaching Involvement Learn how you can make your mark on campus. Talk with a staff member or graduate student about your goals for involvement in student life and work together to find campus opportunities and create an actionable plan to meet your goal. Leadership Summer 2021 Leadership Education 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; Student Leadership Programs,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Self-knowledge,Critical and creative thinkingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pillars for Carolina Extended Mentor Pillars for Carolina XMs help introduce incoming students to student life and resources on campus. XMs are peer mentors who lead groups and communicate information to diverse audiences; student mentees look to XMs to answer their candid questions about the college experience. Leadership Summer 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Interpersonal skills,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pillars for Carolina Leadership Team Student leaders manage all components of the planning, recruitment, and execution of the Pillars for Carolina Extended Orientation Program. Team members work together to solve problems, communicate to multiple constituents, supervise peer mentors, and evaluate the effectiveness of program activities. Leadership Summer 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,,Problem solving,TeamworkColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Off-Campus Living Module Don't let your off-campus housing experience fall off-track. Know your rights and responsibilities as a tenant and learn how to find housing, stay safe and more. Finish the 20-minute online course and earn a chance to win a prize! Educational Support Summer 2021 Educational Support 3 11 28 Off-Campus Living & Neighborhood Relations ; Post-Traditional & Commuter Student Programs & Services,Study / Practice self knowledge,,Personal and social responsibility - Striving for excellence,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Entertainment Grab your friends (or come and meet new ones) for FREE fun events such as watch parties, trivia, paint nights, foam parties and more. Gamecock Entertainment is your portal to student-led events and programs on and off campus. Campus Involvement Summer 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Russell House University Union ; Campus Activities Programs,Recreation, leisure, entertainment,Connecting with others,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Athletic Event Shake your tail feathers and flaunt your Gamecock spirit! Grab your friends and cheer on South Carolina's NCAA Division 1 student athletes from the stands. Campus Involvement Summer 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 ; Campus Activities Programs,Connecting with others,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pillars for Carolina Orientation Incoming students engage in an extended orientation program that introduces them to student life and resources on campus. Participants meet and interact with peers, explore campus geography and resources, and reflect on their identity as a college student. Campus Involvement Summer 2021 Community Building 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; Orientation Programs,Connecting with others,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Organization Member Find your tribe, have fun, make a difference for others or fast-track your career - these are just some of the reasons students create, join and lead student organizations. There's no right or wrong reason to join. Getting involved with a student org is a defining experience for many students- why not make it yours? Campus Involvement Summer 2021 Campus Activities 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; Campus Activities Programs,Connecting with others,,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Russell House University Union Event and Information Assistant Stay on the pulse of campus events and programming at the Russell House. You'll provide customer support, book and confirm reservations and help plan and execute signature events for the campus community. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Russell House University Union GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Employment,Career readiness,,Professionalism / work ethic,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Russell House University Union Operations Attendant Help keep the Russell House running smoothly. Prepare event spaces in building operations, check out equipment in the gameroom or share information about events and activities at the information center. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Employment On Campus 3 11 28 Russell House University Union GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Student Employment,Career readiness,,Professionalism / work ethic,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Money Management Consultation Take control of your financial future. Talk one-on-one with a financial literacy consultant and learn about money and debt management, credit and student loan repayment policies. Educational Support Summer 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice financial literacy,Study / Practice self knowledge,Financial literacy,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Peer Tutoring Call in the reinforcements and get caught up in the classroom. Reach out for one-on-one or group help with a specific course - more than 150 classes are supported, and other assistance is available! Educational Support Summer 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,Apply specialized knowledge,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Peer Writing and Communications Session Whether you're stumped at the start or need a final reader, turn to a student expert for free writing and communications support. Schedule an appointment or drop by for help with assignments such as lab reports, papers, creative writing assignments and presentations. Educational Support Summer 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,,Communication - written,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Success Consultation Empower yourself to achieve more in the classroom. You'll meet one-on-one with a trained peer consultant and together create a plan for improved performance, which may cover topics such as study skills, focus, exam prep and procrastination. Educational Support Summer 2021 Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; Learning Assistance Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,Study / Practice self knowledge,Foundations and skills for lifelong learning,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Student Life Ambassador Students serve as a representative for the Department of Student Life by giving presentations at New Student Orientation and by interacting with prospective students and parents at the Orientation Resource Fair. Students also help the Department of Student Life plan departmental events and services. Leadership Summer 2021 Student Program Leader 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Career readiness,,Communication - spoken,Influencing othersColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Internship Program - Part-time Test out your career path with a paid part-time internship. Throughout one academic semester, you'll spend about 20 hours per week working on real-world projects for a partner business or agency while you maintain your status as a student. Your internship will also be noted on your transcript. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Cooperative Education 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Career development,Apply specialized knowledge,Professionalism / work ethic,Integrative and applied learningColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Carolina Internship Program - Full-time Sharpen your professional skills and earn extra cash with a full-time internship. Maintain your status as a student while you gain valuable hands-on job experience and form professional relationships in your field. Your internship will also be noted on your transcript. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Career readiness,Apply specialized knowledge,Professionalism / work ethic,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Cooperative Education (Co-op) - Alternating Get a sneak peek at life as a full-time working professional with a paid alternating co-op experience. You will switch between a semester of full-time school and a semester of full-time work (40 hours/week) with the same employer for two to three semesters. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Cooperative Education 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Laboratory Teaching Experience - BIOL 398 Boost your experience in the biology lab and help other students. Use your scientific knowledge to lead in-class discussions and ask questions that help introductory students complete lab activities. Leadership Summer 2021 Peer Educator 3 14 39 BIOL 398 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Specialized knowledge and skills,Influencing othersColumbia Arts & Sciences Biological Sciences
Business Internship in Management - MGMT 499 Put your management skills into practice and prepare for your career with a for-credit internship. With help from the Darla Moore School of Business's internship coordinator, you will be paired with a local company where you will work at least nine hours per week. You'll have monthly check-ins with a supervising professor and demonstrate your learning in a final paper and presentation about your experience. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 15 64 MGMT 499 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Business Management
Internship: Community Engagement - COLA 390 Make an impact at a local agency, applying your skills and education in a supervised internship. This real-world professional experience can help you make connections and test out your career path before graduation. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 14 98 COLA 390 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Dean's Office
Internship - CRJU 494 Protect and serve. Earn course credit and get an inside look at career paths within criminal justice by completing 160 hours of work at a local agency. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 14 41 CRJU 494 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Arts & Sciences Criminology & Criminal Justice
Internship in Geography - GEOG 595 Explore the world of opportunities available to you in the field of geography - from environmental protection to historic preservation to applications of mapping and data technology for industries such as real estate, utilities and government. Geography majors and non-majors are welcome; internship completion counts toward Graduation with Leadership Distinction and/or GEOINT certification. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 14 44 GEOG 595 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Geography
Public Affairs Internship - POLI 379 Step into the world of public affairs with a for-credit internship. You'll work hands-on with a local, state or federal agency or non-profit organization, completing a daily journal about your experience as well as a research paper related to your internship. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 14 50 POLI 379 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Career development,Apply specialized knowledge,Self-knowledge,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Arts & Sciences Political Science
Professional Internship - ITEC 495 Boost your high-speed IT career with real-world experience. Choose an internship that fits your career goals, such as a networking position if you're interested in network administration or a project management post if you're interested in leading projects. This six-hour course involves at least 400 hours of work and is typically completed during the summer. Past placements include Google, IBM and BlueCross BlueShield. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 19 73 ITEC 495 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Integrative and applied learningColumbia Engineering & Computing Integrated Information Technology
Hospitality & Tourism Practicum - HRTM 290 Test drive your interest in an area of hospitality or tourism such as resorts, restaurants, hotels, event planning companies, vineyards or attractions. For the practicum, your first segment of required field work, you'll perform at least 400 hours of supervised work in a hospitality or tourism organization and complete online coursework throughout the semester. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Practicum 3 17 76 HRTM 290 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Self-knowledge,Specialized knowledge and skillsColumbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management
Hospitality & Tourism Internship - HRTM 495 Show potential employers you're workforce-ready for a career in hospitality and tourism. You'll notch at least 400 hours of industry experience, either acting in a managerial or supervisory role, completing a formalized internship or testing your flexibility with a rotational position that exposes you to at least three areas of the organization. The internship is your second required fieldwork component and includes online coursework. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 17 76 HRTM 495 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Leadership,Specialized knowledge and skills,Self-knowledgeColumbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management
Retailing Internship - RETL 495 Get an up-close look at what it's like to work for a major fashion house, or see what it takes to run your own independent retail store. You'll find a full-time internship that fits your career goals and gain about 300 hours of hands-on industry experience. Past placements have included the Paris Fashion Institute, Vera Wang, Nordstrom and Dillard's. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 17 77 RETL 495 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Retailing
Internship in Sport & Entertainment Management - SPTE 495 Get inside the game! Take your place inside a major sports or entertainment organization, gaining hands-on professional experience and access to industry players. This six-hour course is designed to cap off your undergraduate studies. Past placements have included AEG Live, the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Knicks. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 17 79 SPTE 495 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career development,Specialized knowledge and skills,Self-knowledgeColumbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Sport and Entertainment Management
Internship in Mass Communications - JOUR 597 Earn your chops as a communications professional in print or broadcast journalism, public relations, advertising, visual communications or mass communications with a for-credit internship. Complete real-world assignments for your professional supervisor (working at least 140 hours during the semester) as well as related coursework for the intern coordinator. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 18 81 JOUR 597 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career development,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Information and Communications Mass Communications, School of
Practicum in Sport & Entertainment Management - SPTE 295 Snag your all-access pass to the world of professional sport and entertainment management with employers such as AEG Live, the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Knicks. Go backstage with the experts to get hands-on experience and learn what it takes to build a successful career. You'll work at least 520 hours over 13 weeks, building industry knowledge and contacts that you can leverage throughout your career. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Practicum 3 17 79 SPTE 295 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career development,Specialized knowledge and skills,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Sport and Entertainment Management
Honors Internship - SCHC 498 Spring your career to life with an honors internship. Through hands-on professional experience, you'll practice and learn new skills while receiving valuable feedback and earning class credit. OPTIONAL ADDITIONAL TEXT: You must work at least 150 hours to meet the Beyond the Classroom internship requirement. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Internship 3 26 75 SCHC 498 GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Honors College Interdisciplinary Studies
Service-Learning - PALM 495 An exploration of theories of service-learning with application of practical solutions to meet community needs. Service Summer 2021 Service Learning 13 33 112 PALM 495 GLD-Community Service; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Civic Engagement & Service-Learning Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Community service / civic engagement,Specialized knowledge and skills,Personal and social responsibility - Contributing to a larger communityPalmetto College Palmetto College Palmetto College
Career Coaching -- Career Studio In this learning lab, students receive guidance from a Career Center staff member on topics related to their career, including resumes, cover letters, personal statements, curriculum vitae, job search, interviewing, and occupational research. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Self-knowledge,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Development Series Students listen to expert presentations on a variety of career development topics, engage in informal discussion with experts and peers, and have opportunities to ask questions. Topics include job search skills, diversity in the workplace, professional skills, preparing for internships, career fair preparation, and networking skills. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Studio Peer Educator Career Studio Peer Educators advise students on career-related questions during appointments, manage front-desk operations, create and deliver presentations, initiate outreach activities, participate in marketing projects, and collaborate with professional staff members on career development initiatives. Leadership Summer 2021 Peer Educator 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Student Leadership Programs,Leadership,Career readiness,Interpersonal skills,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Career Assessment Interpretation Maximize your college education by finding the major and career path that are the right fit for you. In one-on-one counseling with a trained career coach, you'll take a deep look at your interests, abilities and aptitudes and explore related major and career options. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Study / Practice self knowledge,Career development,Self-knowledge,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Choosing a Major/Career Students interact 1-1 with a trained career coach regarding making career /major decisions by exploring student interests, abilities, aptitudes, and alignment with options for choice of major and career field. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Study / Practice self knowledge,Career development,Self-knowledge,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Curriculum Vita / Cover Letter Review Make a strong first impression in your job and internship search. Receive a professional review of your curriculum vita and cover letter and review your presentation options in a one-on-one session with a career coach. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Problem solving,Self-knowledgeColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Graduate / Professional School Get a jump-start on the competitive graduate and professional school application process with a one-on-one coaching session. A professional staff member will guide you to related resources and together you'll outline a step-by-step plan for your applications. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Problem solving,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Interview Preparation Gain confidence in marketing your skills and abilities to prospective employers or graduate and professional schools. Schedule a one-on-one interview prep session with a career coach to learn how to research prospective employers, practice your presentation skills and prepare for high-stakes interviews. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Self-knowledge,Problem solvingColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Job Search Lower the stress in your job search. Learn how to target your search and form a search plan in a one-on-one career coaching session. Students who begin their job search six months or more before graduation earn starting salaries that are $8,200 higher than those who don't. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Problem solving,Self-knowledgeColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - LinkedIn LinkedIn is a powerful tool for job seekers and employers alike. In a one-on-one coaching session, learn strategies to build your online presence and your professional social network, and see how LinkedIn can boost your overall job search plan. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Problem solving,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Mock Interview Lights, camera, interview! Practice answering questions in a mock interview session with a career coach. After the interview, you'll receive one-on-one feedback to improve your performance in future interviews. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Self-knowledge,Communication - spokenColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Parallel Career Path Students interact with professional career coach to explore options regarding choice of major and career fields, in recognition of competitive admissions practices and other factors that may affect plans. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,Study / Practice self knowledge,Problem solving,Self-knowledgeColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Personal Statement / Essay Reviews Get a professional review of your draft personal statement or essay to bolster your graduate/professional school application. Feeling stuck and don't know where to start? Work one-on-one with a coach to brainstorm topics and learn how to tell your story in a compelling narrative. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Problem solving,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Career Coaching - Resume / Cover Letter Review Make a strong first impression in your job and internship search. Get a professional review of your resume and cover letter in a one-on-one session with a career coach. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Career Development 3 11 30 Career Center ; Career Services,Career development,,Problem solving,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Academic Coaching Appointment Choices abound at UofSC, and sometimes you may feel overwhelmed finding the path that's right for you. Talk one-on-one with an expert coach to identify your strengths, weigh your career and major options, learn about on-campus opportunities and connect with campus resources. Educational Support Summer 2021 Educational Support 3 12 34 University Advising Center ; Academic Advising Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,Study / Practice self knowledge,Foundations and skills for lifelong learning,Personal and social responsibility - Striving for excellenceColumbia Academic Affairs Undergraduate Studies
Exploratory Advising / Major Change Change happens - and it's OK! If you're thinking about switching your major, talk one-on-one with an advisor to explore other academic programs, learn about the process of changing your major and look at how your completed classes would apply to a new major. Educational Support Summer 2021 Educational Support 3 12 34 University Advising Center ; Academic Advising Programs,Study / Practice intellectual skills,Study / Practice self knowledge,Self-knowledge,Columbia Academic Affairs Undergraduate Studies
Cooperative Education (Co-op) - Parallel Boost your bank account and explore your career options with a cooperative education experience. You'll work part-time (20 hours/week) for two to three semesters with the same employer, building your work experience and your professional network. Workplace Experience Summer 2021 Cooperative Education 3 11 30 Career Center GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement; Experiential Learning Opportunity; Internship Programs,Apply specialized knowledge,Career readiness,Specialized knowledge and skills,Professionalism / work ethicColumbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Preston Leadership Weekend Leadership Weekend brings students together to enhance their leadership skills and abilities. This fun-filled event will create relationships and partnerships, in addition to enhancing the Preston community. Leadership 3 11 29 Preston Residential College ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Preston Mentor Program The Preston Peer Mentor Program matches incoming Preston Residential College students with a diverse group of Preston students who are dedicated to fostering student development and building leadership skills. This one-semester program strives to enhance the first-year experience within Preston by providing a peer mentor to help new students make a more successful transition from high school to college, both socially and academically. Leadership 3 11 29 Preston Residential College ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Preston Hall Government Residents involved in Hall Government engage in discussions and debates regarding our community. The group is guided by the Preston Hall Government Constitution. Funding is available for any reside to help fund programs and initiatives for Preston. Leadership 3 11 29 Preston Residential College ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Preston Ambassadors Preston Ambassadors regularly provide tours to prospective students and their families each semester, often showing Preston to more than 600 guests in one day. The team also hosts social events throughout the year, including traditional events like Cereal Killers and Sundaes on Sunday events. Ambassadors also plan the end of the year celebration, called the Gatsby Banquet and Awards Ceremony. Leadership 3 11 29 Preston Residential College ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Y-Impact Youth Impacting Minds, People and Communities Together (Y-Impact) is a service organization within Preston that focuses on areas such as education, community engagement, and health and wellness. The group, which is involved in several service projects plus local and international philanthropy. Service 3 11 29 Preston Residential College ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Green Thumbs Preston students can engage in horticulture to experience the fun and sense of responsibility that comes from nurturing our environment. They are stewards of community areas including two vegatables plots and a meditation garden located in Preston's backyard. Leadership 3 11 29 Preston Residential College ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Family Weekend Family Weekend is the perfect opportunity to explore what your South Carolina student loves of the UofSC community! Take part in curated signature events and UofSC traditions over course of the weekend. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Parent & Family Programs ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Faith Fair The Faith Fair is an interactive experience where students are able to connect with religious/spiritual student organizations and off-campus, Columbia faith-based organizations. This event is hosted by the Spiritual and Religious Life office within the Department of Student Life. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Dobson Volunteer Service Program Dobson Volunteer Service Program provides students with funding to engage in faith-based volunteer humanitarian service. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Closet The Carolina Closet provides business, professional clothes for the students of UofSC. The Carolina Closet is staffed by student volunteers each semester. Students can take up to five items of their choice and exchange those items as needed throughout the semester. Students also have the opportunity to donate to the Carolina Closet to support their peers! Workplace Experience 3 11 28 Student Government ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Leadership & Service Awards The Leadership and Service Awards is a ceremony that recognizes outstanding students, student organizations, faculty, staff, and local professionals that exemplify leadership or community service. Leadership 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Leadership & Diversity Conference Peer Leader The Student Leadership and Diversity Conference (SLDC) is an opportunity for students and staff from institutions across the Southeast to network and explore important issues in diversity and student leadership. The SLDC Planning Committee consists of professional staff representation from the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and the Leadership and Service Center as well as 2 student Peer Leaders Leadership 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Leadership Advisory Group Student leaders are invited to participate in a Student Leadership Advisory Group virtual meeting led by Dr. Anna Edwards, Associate Vice President for Student Life. This meeting brings students together to discuss relevant topics impacting the student experience at Carolina. Leadership 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Food Security Awareness Programming Our campus food pantry was created for students, by students. The pantry provides opportunities to help with food assistance and other resources that enhance the community’s overall wellbeing. Service 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Organization Renewal Yearly process completed by one member of each organization to maintain the organizations standing on campus. Consists of organizations information and educational modules. Leadership 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Impact Weekly Impact Weekly is an opportunity for students to volunteer with local community partners to serve for a few hours the same time every week for the whole semester. Service 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Organization Roundtables An opportunity for student organization leaders to come together, connect, and learn about topics related to student organization and leadership development. Leadership 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Leadership Summit The Student Leadership Summit is a program designed to build community among student leaders and provide them tools for success with their student group. Leadership 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Workshop: Feeding Minds This workshop is designed to educate the UofSC community on food insecurity, how to help those facing food insecurity, and resources available in the Columbia and UofSC community to those in need. Service 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Presentation: Overview of the Leadership & Service Center This brief presentation provides an overview of all the diverse programs and opportunities offered through the Leadership and Service Center that students have the opportunity to take part in during their time at UofSC. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Worshop: Public Deliberation Public deliberations are forums centered on local and/or national social issues to help students engage in meaningful dialogue to unpack the complexities of social issues, discuss possible outcomes and trade-offs of different options, and reflect on multiple viewpoints. Trained Civic Leadership Education Action Team members, alongside staff, work with you to select a social issue to discuss and facilitate the deliberations. Leadership 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Presentation: Voting 101 To help provide clarity around the voter engagement process, trained Civic Leadership Education Action Ream members, alongside staff, cover the importance of voting, current registration requirements and logistics. This presentation gives participants tools to learn how to stay informed on issues, candidates, and upcoming elections, as well as how to fact-check resources. Participants have the opportunity to register or update their voter registration during this workshop. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Leadership & Service Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
First Night Carolina Set the tone and make memories with new friends and classmates at the annual event the night before the first day of class in the fall semester Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Russell House University Union ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Last Night Carolina Close out the academic year in style at this annual social event on the last day of class. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Russell House University Union ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Study Union Utilize RHUU meeting rooms for exam prep and ace your finals! Student Success Center also hosts review sessions hosted by Supplemental Instruction leaders. This event occurs during finals week in fall and spring semester. Educational Support 3 11 28 Russell House University Union ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
AFLV participants AFLV (Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values) exists to accelerate progress in fraternity/sorority communities through change-enabling experiences. Members of these communities can apply for Leadership Travel Scholarships in order to take part in these immersive learning experiences. Leadership 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Greeks Get Hired Greeks Get Hired is a new program from the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. Specifically designed for our graduating members in mind, Greeks Get Hired is a comprehensive, career-readiness program that seeks to prepare fraternity and sorority members for life beyond college. The Greeks Get Hired program will offer a series of workshops and those that attend eight (8) different workshops throughout the year will graduate from the program, receive a graduation certificate and incentive, and be able to add the certification to your resume! Topics may include preparing your resume and cover letter, networking with alumni, personal branding, negotiations, job search strategies, diversity in the workplace, and more. Workplace Experience 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Greek Awards The Greek Awards are an opportunity to recognize individuals and organizations for outstanding accomplishments over the past calendar year. Leadership 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
MGC Showcase Participants MGC Showcase is an informal program that allows candidates to learn about the national and local history and traditions of the 6 fraternities and sororities within the Multicultural Greek Council. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
NPHC Meet the Greeks Participants Meet the Greeks is an informal program that allows candidates to learn about the national and local history and traditions of the 8 historically African-American fraternities and sororities within the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Order of Omega Open to new members each spring and fall semester. To be eligible for membership, students must: Be a junior or senior, Possess a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher, Be a member in a UofSC recognized fraternity or sorority, Have demonstrated leadership capabilities Leadership 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Presidents Meetings Monthly Chapter President meetings with the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life staff, curriculum/topic focused. Leadership 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life Student Employees Student employee supporting the services and operations of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. Workplace Experience 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Trick or Treat with the Greeks Every year, Greek Village welcomes children from the university family and the greater Columbia community for trick-or-treating and carnival games such as face painting, bounce houses, and more! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
A.Bevy Collegiate Group Many individuals suffer from self-awareness issues including difficulties with self-expression and self-regulation. Social anxiety, evaluation apprehension, and shyness can greatly interfere with our ability to establish healthy connections between ourselves and others. A healthy awareness of ourselves along with the abilities to regulate our behavior and to effectively express ourselves, are critical to creating a good quality of life. By introspectively becoming aware of one's self, we are able to consciously grow toward the level where compassion for others becomes the key to a life of happiness for us all. A.Bevy utilizes the arts to educate. Through the formulated production of media, events, and opportunities, A.Bevy is able to shift the mindsets, lifestyles, and belief toward fulfilling individual dreams upward. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Academic Team The Academic Team of USC is the only student organization dedicated to practicing for and participating in Quiz Bowl tournaments across the Southeast and the Atlantic Coast. Our organizationseeks to inspire and motivate students to further their learning and education outside of the classroom, and, by attending academic quiz-bowl competitions, weseek to establish and maintain a positive reputation for the University and its student body. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
ACS POLY/PMSE Student Chapter ACS POLY student chapter at USC is a professional organization that caters to the polymer and material science community at the University of South Carolina. By providing a forum of like-minded professionals, the goal of this organization is to spread awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern polymer chemist. Our chapter promotes professional networking by hosting talks by the leading researchers in the field. We also participate in professional development through a variety of workshops held throughout the school year. All fields of chemistry and engineering are invited. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Active Minds Active Minds at UofSC is a student run, non-profit organization that promotes mental health awareness, education, and advocacy. The group is designed to utilize peer outreach in conjunction with the Counseling and Psychiatry Center to increase students awareness of mental health issues and symptoms of mental illness, provide information about available resources, encourage students to seek help as soon as help is needed, and to serve as a liaison between students and the mental health community. By promoting awareness and education, the Active Minds UofSC chapter aims to reduce stigma that surrounds mental illness and create an open environment for discussion of mental health issues Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Advocates Against Alzheimer We will plan andfacilitateservice events and go to other community events as well!As for type of events we hope to impact the Columbia community directly by volunteering in local Memory Care and Dementia Units.We'll also hostand participate inadvocacy events throughout the semester both on & off campus - events like advocacy campaigns on campus and fundraising for local nonprofits like the Alzheimer's Association and Leeza's Care Connection. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Advocates for Life Advocates for Life exists to raise awareness of the right to life of all humanity through discouragement of abortion and euthanasia, volunteering, fundraising, and informing audiences of the dignity of life from conception to natural death. We work with local ministries including A Moment of Hope, Daybreak, and Birthright in order to offer alternatives to expectant mothers seeking abortion through donations, prayer, fundraising, and peaceful rallying. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alliance for Women in STEM Alliance for Women in STEM's mission is to create a collaborative environment for female students pursuing majors or careers in STEM fields, social sciences, and medicine. We hope to provide support and resources to our members during their personal and professional scientific endeavors, including but not limited to research projects, graduate and medical school applications, grant proposals, fellowship and scholarship applications. We also will hold workshops and discussion panels focused on the unique challenges faced by women pursuing STEM education and careers, while paying special attention to the intersection of STEM with race, ethnicity, gender identity, and other backgrounds that contribute to the diversity of STEM fields. Educational Support 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega is a women's organization that enriches the lives of members through lifetime opportunities for friendship, leadership, learning, and service. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Delta Pi Established in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards and social responsibility. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Epsilon Delta Mentoring pre-health students as they pursue careers in healthcare by providing you with opportunities to gain valuable clinical exposure, network with professionals, be recognized for scholastic achievements, and serve the local community. Recruitment takes place at the beginning of each fall and spring semester. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Epsilon Pi provides opportunities for the Jewish college man seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta is an international fraternity for women that exists to provide opportunities for personal development through the spirit of sisterhood. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Alpha Kappa Alpha's commitment to scholarship, leadership, civic engagement and public service, woven together by the bonds of lifelong sisterhood, form the bedrock of the rich legacy of servant-leadership that epitomizes the sorority. The global reach of its programs, laser-focused on the health, wealth, family, education, human rights and parity issues that concern its constituents, ensures the relevance of the organization into perpetuity. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Kappa Psi Our award-winning chapter first came to South Carolina in 1958 and was rechartered on April 21, 2007. We are now a strong, tight-knit chapter of over one hundred members!Alpha Kappa Psi is open to students from all majors, and it is the premier developer of principled leaders. The fraternity creates opportunities to learn new skills including leadership, organizational skills, time management, networking, social skills, and professionalism. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Lambda Delta, ALD, is a national honor society that students are invited to join during their freshman year if they meet the minimum GPA requirement, 3.5 or higher, during their first semester. Educational Support 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Omega Epsilon Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional and social sorority for women in STEM disciplines. We promote and value the individuality of each chapter and their respective members, the responsibility to have good judgement when making decisions, the leadership from members, the professional development and preparation for careers, the volunteers that help improve the organization, and the friendship and bonds formed between sisters. Campus Involvement 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. The Theta Nu chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. is a social, community service based organization that operates under the tenets of manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind. Since its founding on December 4, 1906, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. has supplied voice and vision to the struggle of African-Americans and people of color around the world. The Theta Nu chapter has been upholding the mission & vision through continuous service to the University of South Carolina and our surrounding communities. Service 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is a national coeducational service organization founded on the principles of Leadership, Friendship and Service.It provides its members the opportunity to develop leadership skills as they volunteer on their campus, in their community, to the nation, and to the organization. Since 1925, more than 500,000 members on over 375 campuses, continue to provide more service on more campuses than any other collegiate service organization. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Phi Sigma An elite honors society for undergrad and graduate pre-law / criminal justice majors and minors at USC. We represent the leaders from all related fields, and provide our members with opportunities to expand leadership, volunteering, and research in related topics with grad students, faculty, and state and local law enforcement and legal professionals. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Sigma Phi was established in 1845 at Yale. We were founded on five principles to accomplish our goal of "To Better the Man". Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, and Patriotism make up our core beliefs and values. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc. Alpha Sigma Rho is an Asian-interest, but not exclusive, social sorority. We aim to foster and promote cultural diversity on campus and the community. We also strive towards academic excellence and cultivating sisterhood. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Alpha Xi Delta Founded in 1893 and with more than 150,000 initiated members, Alpha Xi Delta is a progressive organization dedicated to the personal growth of women. Throughout Alpha Xi Deltas long and proud history, she continues to enrich the lives of women throughout the world by emphasizing the ideals our Founders instilled in our Fraternity: Sisterhood, leadership, knowledge and service to our communities. These women are genuine, life-long friends who are involved on their campuses and in their communities, and are dedicated to inspiring the lives of others. Alpha Xi Delta provides opportunities for fun, friendship and leadership during a members college years and beyond. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
American Cancer Society on Campus American Cancer Society is an organization of students who are passionate about bringing an end to cancer. Working alongside the local American Cancer Society office, students plan, organize, and host several events, including USC's annual Relay for Life event. This organization is aimed at remembering loved ones, celebrating survivors, and fighting back against cancer. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
American Chemical Society Student Chapter The American Chemical Society Student Chapter is an undergraduate student club affiliated with the national organization, The American Chemical Society. The Club promotes the chemical sciences providing seminars from professional chemists, participating in community science outreach, and encouraging undergraduate research in chemistry and biochemistry. The club is open to all undergraduate students, and encourages membership among those studying the chemical sciences. Educational Support 3 14 40 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Chemistry & Biochemistry
American Civil Liberties Union (Columbia College Chapter) The American Civil Liberties Union actively defends the civil liberties of all students.ACLU-COL values liberty, diversity, autonomy, and protecting basic human rights. The ACLU does not affiliate with any political party, only equality. We host events, lobby for legislation, and partner with other organizations to make things happen! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics What do SpaceX, Boeing, Airbus, NASA, Lockheed Martin, Blue Origin, Rolls Royce, Gulfstream, United Launch Alliance and Virgin Galactic have in common? Theyre all corporate members of AIAA, worlds largest professional aerospace organization, now what does that have to do with you? At USC we have our own AIAA club! Our student section provides you with direct access to networking opportunities with these companies and more, making our student section the perfect launch platform for your career in the world of aerospace. As AIAA members here at USC we pride ourselves on being able to provide rich and interesting experiences that will grow our members from college students into Aerospace Professionals and enthusiasts. Workplace Experience 3 19 71 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing Computer Science and Engineering
American Institute of Chemical Engineers We strive to connect chemical engineering students at the University of South Carolina with professionals, other students, and professors; to serve the community in which we operate; and to organize professional development opportunities for our members. Workplace Experience 3 19 69 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing Chemical Engineering
American Marketing Association The University of South Carolina Chapter of the American Marketing Association prides itself in educating students within the field of marketing, ultimately helping them unlock their professional potential and preparing them for real-world marketing situations. We provide students with the opportunity to interact with marketing professionals and peers while presenting information regarding the field of marketing through bi-monthly meetings, socials, professional meetings, and other activities. Bypromoting professional development, encouraging interaction with business professionals, peers, and university faculty, and instilling the skills and knowledge that are crucial for future success, we ensure that our members are ready for the marketing world. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
American Nuclear Society, Student Chapter The UofSC ANS Student Section hosts seminars in collaboration with the Columbia Local Section which consists of representatives typically from Westinghouse, Dominion Energy, and Savannah River National Laboratory. These meetings serve as networking events for both students and local industry professionals. They are completely free of charge for students and are open to anyone interested. Site tours and workshops are usually at Westinghouse, V.C. Summer Nuclear Power Plant, or Savannah River National Lab. Workplace Experience 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) is currently the nations largest student pharmacist organization, with over 30,000 student members nationwide. The mission of APhA-ASP is to be the collective voice of student pharmacists, to provide opportunities for professional growth, to improve patient care, and to envision and advance the future of pharmacy. Within APhA-ASP, we offer a wide variety of roles and opportunities, including: policy and advocacy, leadership, patient care and community service projects, international opportunities, professional development programs, career development programs, and meetings and networking. The possibilities within APhA-ASP are truly endless, and these opportunities are furthered via American Pharmacists Association (APhA), which includes pharmacists from all specialties within the profession. Workplace Experience 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
American Sign Language Club The American Sign Language Club is an opportunity for students to practice sign language, as well as appreciate and educate themselves on American sign language and deaf culture. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chapter The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) is a national organization. Here at USC, our chapter consists of undergraduate members dedicated to scientific research and community outreach. Members have access to travel awards, grants and scholarships, subscriptions to scientific journals, support and mentorship from fellow students and staff members as well as opportunities to attend conferences and showcase research. Educational Support 3 14 40 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Chemistry & Biochemistry
American Society of Civil Engineers The goal of this chapter is to engage Civil Engineering students in their profession early onto connect them to ASCEs network during their college careers and provide a valuable resource for each students professional development. We focus on instilling an appreciation for the civil engineering profession and to help foster a spirit of innovation within the minds of all civil engineering students. Workplace Experience 3 19 70 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing Civil and Environmental Engineering
American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME offers an opportunity to be a part of the engineering community at UofSC by offering social gatherings, plant tours, meet and greets, and resume reviews. Campus Involvement 3 19 74 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing Mechanical Engineering
American String Teachers Association Our organization's purpose is to better our members as teachers and musicians through meetings, workshops, and volunteer work. Campus Involvement 3 25 82 ; ,,,,Columbia Music Music Education
Amigos del Buen Samaritano Amigos del Buen Samaritano is a Spanish service club that volunteers at our local, non-profit Good Samaritan Clinics. Additionally, we hold monthly meetings as well as two fundraisers to raise money for the clinics. It's a great way to help the Columbia community as well as practice Spanish and further cultural awareness in a healthcare setting Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Analytical Chemistry Journal Club The purpose of the ACJC is to help STEM undergraduate students acquire the skills to read, understand, and critically analyze scientific literature with the effort to help them understand the components of a good scientific paper. Additionally, the purpose of the ACJC is to introduce STEM undergraduate students to exciting cutting-edge research that is currently occurring at the frontiers of science. Educational Support 3 14 40 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Chemistry & Biochemistry
Anglers ANGLERS is the University of South Carolina's official competitive bass fishing team offering an extra-curricular university organization that provides a learning environment in the field of competitive fishing. No matter what style or skill level of fishing you are into, feel free to check us out! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Anthropology Graduate Organization for Research, Action and Ethics The Anthropology Graduate Organization was created to further the research, action and ethical objectives of the graduate students in Anthropology at UofSC. Educational Support 3 14 38 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Anthropology
Anthropology Student Association The Anthropology Student Association (ASA) connects students with an interest in anthropology with each other and our anthropology faculty and staff in order to maximize opportunities and success as well as foster a community. We support students as they navigate the anthropology curriculum and other studies and provide a forum for discussions about topics in anthropology. We also connect students with faculty members and opportunities such as research in the field of anthropology, and provide trips to enrich the anthropological education of members and promote student interests. Educational Support 3 14 38 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Anthropology
Arabic Language and Arab Culture Organization An organization that focuses on creating a community of students who provide each other with academic, social, and professional guidance within the Arab Culture, and that promotes personal progress in the practice of the Arabic Language. A meeting ground for students of all levels that encourages completion of personallanguage requirements, as well as guidance through navigating perceived differences and eliminating cultural biases in regards to the vastly varied practices of the Arab culture. Campus Involvement 3 16 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Education
Army ROTC Associated Leadership Organization The purpose of Army ROTC Associated Leadership Organization is to provide training and structure to students looking to participate in the Army ROTC program at the University of South Carolina. We strive to develop and grow future leaders through competitive physical, professional, and academic training that will transfer to both military and civilian lifestyles. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Arnold Air Society William Glover Farrow Squadron Arnold Air Society is a professional, honorary, service organization advocating the support of aerospace power. ?Our primary goal is to provide students the chance to be able to get leadership experience through making an impact in their community, particularly through service. As dedicated members of AAS, we strive to uphold the ideals of professionalism, honor, service, and advocacy of aerospace power. We are the innovators and the trailblazers, always looking for the most efficient, creative ways to accomplish the mission at hand. To us this is an act, not a habit. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
ASDA Pre-Dental Club The Pre-Dental Club aims to provide students interested in the dental field an exposure to oral health through workshops, volunteer opportunities, research, and shadowing experiences. The students explore the dental career through attending lectures with local dentists, hands-on-exposure to dentistry through the clinics, and will volunteer in underserved communities to provide oral health awareness. Furthermore, this club aims to make students better candidates for dental school through AADSAS workshops, SMDEP informational meetings, admission office speakers, and hand dexterity practice, such as teeth carving and knitting. Workplace Experience 3 24 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Public Health
ASHRAE Student Chapter The goal of our organization is to meet with professionals in the Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration industry to further our knowledge in the engineering field. We want to create a network for students and professional engineers to explore the vast opportunities in the industry. Workplace Experience 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Association for Computing Machinery Our student chapter does weekly technology talks, and a few larger events during the semester such as lectures from professors, a coding competition, and trip to Charleston. If you're interested, come join us at any of our meetings to get to know other computing people at USC! Campus Involvement 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Association for Women in Mathematics AWM is organized and will be operated for educational and scientific purposes to promote an increased knowledge of and greater interest in the mathematical sciences, including pure and applied mathematics, statistics, and their applications. Through guest speakers, interactive panels, social nights and service events AMW hopes to provide a greater understanding of the contributions of women in the mathematics sciences. The chapter also offers mentoring and encouragement of women and girls as they prepare for careers in the math. Educational Support 3 14 47 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Mathematics
Association of African American Students AAAS works to provide a safe space and positive cultural, intellectual and social environment for all students. We have annual events, such as the Back to School Cookout in the fall and End of the Year Cookout in the spring, the Fashion Show, Pajama Jam, Skate Night, and the Talented Tenth Awards. We hold meetings on the 1st and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 6pm in the RHUU Theater. These meetings focus on various social and political concerns of the African American community. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Association of IT Professionals The Association of IT Professionals will provide means of networking and professional development for students in majors related to Information Technology. We try to build a network build our skills as IT professionals. We also try to help find internships and positions through sharing our network with each other! Workplace Experience 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Association of Public Health Infectious Disease Students APHIDSisa multidisciplinary group of undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty interested in infectious diseases and their importance to public health. Because our members rangefrom fields such as epidemiology, biology, health promotion & education, and environmental health, we hope to provide members with opportunities to self-advance while positively impacting our local communities. We intend to accomplish these goals by hosting guest lectures from experts in the field, raising awareness and fundraising for infectious disease causes, and supporting the professional goals of undergraduate students with a mentorship program and assistance with research involvement. Service 3 24 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Public Health
Association of Saudi Arabian Students Our mission is to develop a sense of unity among the Saudi students at the University of South Carolina, and advance their skills and experiences as study abroad students. We also seek to develop an exceptional impression of the Saudi culture in our community through assembling social activities and events, as well as volunteering at local charities and organizations. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Association of Transfer Students The Association of Transfer Students is a student organization for transfer students created by transfer students. The purpose of the Association of Transfer Students is to assist transfer students as they transition to the University of South Carolina and foster a community that will support them academically, socially, and emotionally. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Avant Grads Avant Gradsprovides an interface for graduate students to meet, converse and attend events for the advocacy of Visual art and art programming at the University of South Carolina. Our club, which meets on a monthly basis, allows members to participate in trips to museums, art conferences, art walks, gallery openings, and much more. We also have regular group activities to foster our community of grad students. Semester membership fee is $10, which includes your participation in all club trips and functions. We encourage members to attend a majority of the meetings we hold, in order to stay up to date on club activities and discussion. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Balanced Beauty Balanced Beauty was created purposely to bring minority men and women together on campus by easing and dealing with one of ourbiggest insecurities, our skin types. Our skin is the largest and most visible organ on our bodies, therefore, it makes our skin the primary target for judgement and increases our insecurity. The sole purpose is to help members establish a balance between theirouter and inner beauty through Skin Care, Self Care, and Wellness.Members willlearn their skin types, create face masks, learn what is beneficial and harmful to their skin, participate in healthy workout routines, connect with professionals who work in the cosmetic and wellness field, and have the opportunityto promote their cosmetic brand and/or business. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Bangladesh Student Association Bangladesh Student Association (BSA) at University of South Carolina (USC) is the official student organization for Bangladeshi students at USC comprising of more than 60 student members.BSAis a non-political and non-profit student organization working at the best interest of the Bangladeshi students atUSC. BSAhelps to familiarizeBangladeshto the diverseSouth Carolinacommunity by presenting the culture and heritage of Bangladesh. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Baptist Collegiate Ministry Baptist Collegiate Ministry is a college ministry funded by Baptists. However, we are open to folks of all kinds of denominations, faiths, and backgrounds. If you are a living, breathing human being, we believe God made you with a purpose and immense value and would love to get to know you. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Be the Match on Campus Be The Match on Campus is a community of donors and volunteers with the main goal of helping patients fighting blood diseases receive life-saving bone marrow or stem cell donations.Please join us in working to help Americans fighting leukemia and other blood-based diseases. You could save a life! Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Beta Alpha Psi The Gamma Beta Chapter was founded in 1965. Since this time, we have become an award-winning chapter hosting signature events, such as Meet the Firms and Summer Leadership Conference Showcase. We regularly host member meetings attended by firms throughout the United States. Beyond meetings, we havesocial events and community service projects.The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. Leadership 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Beta Beta Beta TriBeta is the National Biological Honor Society. The Tau Mu chapter at USC has a goal to assist all members in gaining experience in the field of biology through research and volunteering in order to strengthen candidacy for graduate school and other professional positions.We host (virtual) meetings every other week where physicians, researchers, and other guest speakers encourage students and give advice on biological professions. During these meetings, we also review research, volunteer, and professional development opportunities available at USC and in the surrounding Columbia area. Workplace Experience 3 14 39 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Biological Sciences
Beta Theta Pi We provide a values based experience which aids the individual, builds the Fraternity and strengthens the academic institution through lifelong devotion to cultivation of the intellect, mutual assistance, trust, integrity, and responsible conduct. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Biomedical Science Graduate Student Association At the School of Medicine, there is a lot of great science being performed, but little sense of community or engagement between the biomedical science graduate students of different departments and programs. The goal of this organization is to adhere to our Core Values of Community, Education, Wellness, and Service while fostering a sense of community, facilitating professional development, promoting personal wellness, and serving and educating the greater Columbia area. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Black and Abroad Gamecocks Through mentorship, internationally-themed activities, community building, and fundraising, we aim to increase awareness about study abroad programs and increase accessibility to these programs for our members. Educational Support 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Black Business Student Association The Black Business Student Association is an organization dedicated to the growth of minority students. We provide professional development, academic support, networking, alumni outreach, and programming. These efforts work toward our goals of creating a sense of unity and support amongst minority students. Leadership 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Black Capstone Caucus The Black Capstone Caucus serves to provide resources to students at the University of South Carolina that they may not have prior knowledge of. We strive to incorporate service, bonding, and leadership opportunities for all members. Although some of our events will be Capstone specific, any and everyone is welcomed to attend all meetings and join our organization! Educational Support 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Black Graduate Student Association The Black Graduate Student Associations works to foster an academic, professional, and social environment for black graduate students and to serve as an aid in advocating the needs and concerns of black graduate students at the University of South Carolina. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Black Honors Caucus Our purpose is to service high achieving Black students and give them a safe space to convene and share ideas unapologetically and without fear. We aim to build a sense of community that will empower Black students for years to come and will be the precedent of excellence at the University of South Carolina. Leadership 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Black Medical Student Association BMSA is an undergraduate organization that focuses on promoting health and cultural awareness, providing resources that will increase the retention, matriculation, and graduation rates of pre-medical health and science minority students. There is a primary focus on Black, other minority, underrepresented, and first-generationstudents who we hope to impact through outreach, community building, and networking. Leadership 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Book Club This is a club open to everyone! The intent is to bring together devoted readers for fun conversation. Each month two books will be picked, using suggestions by club members, to be read and by the end of the month we will get together to discuss our thoughts! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Brazilian Portuguese Club We are a group of Brazil and Portuguese enthusiasts who get together several times a semester to practice our Portuguese with native and non-native Portuguese speakers, to discuss current social and political issues in Brazil, as well as to converse about the cultural differences between the U.S, Brazil and other representing countries. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Brothers of Nubian Descent BOND is an organization open to all men of color, that promotes unity and retention with the goal of enhancing the black male experience on campus. We fulfill these goals by holding meetings, events, and serving the community together. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Multicultural Student Affairs ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Business Book Club The Business Book Clubis for everyone interested in learning about business through books. A book geared towards business knowledge will be assigned at the beginning of every month. At the midway point/end of every month, the club will meet to discuss. Conversations will be geared towards things you have learned as well as questions about complicated topics. Professionals in their respective business fields will occasionally be brought in to talk to the club as well. Campus Involvement 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
C. S. Lewis Student Center Come experience the Mere Christianity of C.S. Lewis and worship with us in the tradition he practiced in St. Theodore's Anglican Chapel! No prior familiarity of Lewis's writings is necessary. We are in the big white house across from Capstone. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Campus Advance We are a non-denominational Christian group whose overall purpose is to offer anyone on campus the opportunity to be involved in Bible study,and to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be a Christian in today's society. Our main events on campus include: Tuesday Bible Talks, Wednesday Midweek (AXIS), Friday Devotionals, and sporadic events throughout the year. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Campus Crusade for Christ We are a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus.We do that through Bible studies, community events, and hosting weekly meetings. All of our events can be found on GarnetGate. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Cultural Discussions and Engagement The Writing Center's social media is used to share Writing Center events, but it is also a tool through which authors and voices are uplifted. Book and media recommendations, tutor shoutouts, and writing advice are shared on socials in an attempt to meet students where they are. Further, the Writing Center uses social media in tandem with their own unique events and on-campus collaboration to celebrate marginalized communities and the days/weeks/months that recognize them (i.e. National Coming Out Day, Black History Month, etc). Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Write-Ins A few times per semester, the Writing Center will host write-ins with the intent to provide a place of support and accountability for all writers. Write-ins can be aimed to various audiences, such as FYE students working on final papers, graduate students working on professional writing, or faculty working on publishing materials. These events start with goal-setting, and then everyone writes together quietly before coming back together at the end to share and celebrate goals. Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Workshops and Presentations Workshops and presentations make up the majority of Writing Center events and are frequently aimed toward First Year English (FYE) students (students enrolled in English 101 or 102). The events are usually either presentations (for example, students can learn about starting a paper or revising an argument), or workshops (for example, students can learn about thesis statements and get a chance to actually write them). Workshops and presentations not aimed at FYE students are also offered and may be aimed to undergraduates in general, to graduate students, or to a general audience. Alternatively, they may be aimed based on genre of work, such as journal articles or creative writing. Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
One-on-One Tutoring This is the main engagement offered by the Writing Center. Any student or staff member at the University can meet with a trained tutor to workshop their writing. All subjects, genres, and disciplines can be brought in, and writers can be at any stage in the writing process. Tutors will not only assist in the writing process but help clients develop tools to grow their own writing skills outside the center. In-person and virtual tutoring is offered. Educational Support 3 11 30 Student Success Center ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Green Career Fair The Green Career Fair is focused on the sustainability industry and features employers promoting job, internship, volunteer, and shadowing opportunities that are available both on and off campus. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Green Networking Breakfast The Green Networking Breakfast brings together students, staff, community members, and industry professionals to connect and discuss sustainability issues over breakfast. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Earth Day Every Earth Day the University of South Carolina community celebrates by inviting the Healthy Carolina Farmer's Market to host a mini festival on campus with music, art and food. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Harvest Dinner The Harvest dinner is a celebration of the university's innovative footh growth system that features fresh produce from the Sustainable Carolina Garden and passionate guest speakers. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Campus Sustainability Month Each October UofSC takes part in an international celebration of sustainability in higher education through Campus Sustainability Month. Throughout the month, events are held to engage and inspire incoming students and campus stakeholder to become agents of sustainability in the community. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sustainable Carolina Garden Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members have the opportunity to volunteer and attend events at the Sustainable Carolina Garden. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sustainable Carolina Leadership Program Undergraduate students in the Sustainable Carolina Leadership Program help solve real-world problems and impact change through hands-on experiences, leadership development and campus wide event planning. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Campus Mission Campus Mission (CM) is associated with the international group, ASEZ, or SAVE the Earth from A to Z. Our purpose is to provide students with three things: 1) understanding and knowledge of the mysteries and prophecies of the Bible; 2) opportunities to participate in the community through projects like blood drive and environmental cleanups; and 3) a place for open discussion to interact with other members with similar beliefs. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Campus Outreach Campus Outreach exists to be a spiritual resource to students by introducing them to Jesus and equipping them to know Him and make Him known, in college and for the rest of their lives. Through weekly meetings, Bible studies, retreats, conferences, and training opportunities, Campus Outreach aims to raise up leaders who will impact the world for good. Students from all backgrounds are invited to investigate Christ, grow in a relationship with Him, and challenge the world to do the same by partnering with Campus Outreach at USC! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Campus Recreation Campus Recreation has so much to offer; whether it is climbing our rock wall, taking a Group X class, swimming, or our new calendar of physically distant sports and online activities. There is something for everyone. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Captains for Trash Captains for Trash is a new club at the University of South Carolina devoted to maintaining Columbia's local waterways by cleaning trash from our boats that is inaccessible from land. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Care-olina Animal Advocates Care-olinaAnimal Advocates is a student organization which strives to make changes in the student body, university, community, and planet as a whole through activism. We accomplish this by hosting eight events each semester to spread awareness of animal injustices, educate the community, and bring students together who care about animals. All people have the power to makea positive impact in animal's lives which is why all veg and veg-curious students are welcome.No pledges or fundraisers are required because the majority of our event funding and materials are provided by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Caribbean Regional Community CRC will provide a way to connect USC students who share a Caribbean heritage. To highlight the opportunities which reside with the West Indies and serve as a portal for those to be discovered. Also, CRC would like to encourage students to interact with Caribbean USC Alumni. CRC hopes to bring many social events and activities to campus including tabling and fundraising, all themed around the nations and customs of the Caribbean. Lastly, this organization willfocus on bringing connections to cultures and communities by representing islands in the Caribbean. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Association of Pre-Pharmacy Students We're here to help you achieve your goal of becoming a pharmacist by improving your immersion into the profession as well asbolsteringyour resume with job shadowing experience, volunteering, and more opportunities for undergraduate research!CAPPS is the first and only Pre-Pharmacy organization at the University of South Carolina and was founded by Elliot Turner and Amanda Lowe in Fall of 2006. We are dedicated to making the pre-pharmacy community prepared for pharmacy school applications while fostering relationships with each other. Workplace Experience 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Carolina Automotive Club The Carolina Automotive Club is a community based upon the shared interest in automotive related topics. Such as but not limited to; engineering, sport, and automotive enthusiasm. We meet regularly to discuss automotive topics, share our automobiles, and discuss events and fundraisers. No automobile required to join! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Ballroom Dance Club Carolina Ballroom is USC's ballroom dance club. We teach dances in American style and International style, as well as social dances. No experience is needed to join the club, and we teach you everything you need to know! Beginner lessons will be more relaxed and will focus on American style dances and social dances, while advanced lessons will be more technique-oriented and focus on International dances. The beginner lessons are open to everyone, regardless of level, while advanced lessons are geared toward experienced dancers. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Beekeeping Club The Carolina Beekeeping Club hopes to educate members about what it truly means to be an advocate for bees. Our organization is open to all students and faculty/staff atUofSCwho wish to share their passion for protecting our pollinators with the community. We offer beekeeping classes during fall semesters, as well as hands on experience with bees. We also have guest speakers, educational presentations, field trips, and crafting events (think beeswax wraps, lip balms, and diy bee houses). And yes, we have our own bees! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Bible Fellowship The purpose of Carolina Bible Fellowship is to help provide spiritual support and guidance to students at the University of South Carolina through Bible studies and discipleship. Our main gatherings are interactive Bible studies where we walk through an entire book of the Bible in a series of studies. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Club Dance Carolina Club Dance is a student-run performance team at University of South Carolina formerly known as Project Dance! We love performing around campus and for our Carolina community! We focus primarily on contemporary, jazz, and hip hop, but have featured classes in ballet as well. We hold open classes at least once a month that are open to all! This typically includes a warm-up, stretching, across-the-floor, and a dance combination. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Cor Collective Under the direction of JD Shaw, the Carolina Cor Collective is made of up members of the French Horn studio at the University of South Carolina. This Horn ensemble rehearses once a week, and performs a concert at the University every falland springsemester. In addition, the Carolina Cor Collective hosts guest artists for master classes, attends Horn related performances, and participates in Horn and/or brass specific conventions. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina CrossTalk We look to report our student's research story as an outsider, to creating readable, accessible stories for a wide range of students and faculty. Visit our website to read last year's issue, look at our submission guidelines and how to contact us if you are interested in writing, editing, marketing, photography, or design. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Dance Science The purpose of Carolina Dance Science is to promote dancer wellness and educate members of the growing world of dance science. Our mission is to expand education about dance science at the University of South Carolina. We have weekly meetings where we discuss topics ranging from cross-training, nutrition, research methods, and many more in the ever-growing realm of dance medicine! Anyone is welcome to join, feel free to reach out to our social media accounts and email. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Debate Society The Carolina Debate Society is a student run debate society, debating in the style of British Parliamentary. The purpose of the debate society is to foster better public speakers and teach debate argumentation. We are open to all backgrounds of public speaking, from the inexperienced to the star debater. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Ducks Unlimited We are the University of South Carolina's chapter of Ducks Unlimited. We compete every year for the SCDU Collegiate Cup against The Citadel and Clemson. Come out and meet the members and make some friends. We accept any new members any time in the semester and the door is always open for the meetings. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Equality Alliance Carolina Equality Alliance (CEA) is the student organization dedicated to focusing on the legal issues facing the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, and Allied (LGBTQA) Community. CEA seeks to create a community of harmony, understanding, and respect between all students and citizens through creating meaningful discourse intended to increase awareness of the prominence, importance, and relevance of LGBTQA issues in the legal field and in society in general Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Eventing Club The purpose of this organization is to function as an eventing team for the University of South Carolina. We will participate in intercollegiate eventing sanctioned horse trials, involving ourselves in the equestrian community in the area. We also hope to host clinics and help out the local eventing community by volunteering at competitions and other events. Eventing is an olympic equestrian sport where a horse and rider combination compete against others in three disciplines; Dressage, Show Jumping, and Cross Country. This particular club does not hold try-outs, is open to those with or without a horse, and participate in mounted and unmounted activities Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Flute Guild The purpose of the Carolina Flute Guild is to provide a forum where all flutists from the University of South Carolina can share flute-related ideas and continue to grow musically through performance and pedagogy. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Gamecocks Women's Basketball Club The Carolina Gamecocks Women's Basketball Club creates an opportunity for women at the University to come together and compete in the game they love. We will travel to opposing schools to play in tournaments, conference games, and scrimmages. This organization brings together all women with a common interest in continuing their basketball careers and also continuing to learn about the game of basketball as it continues to evolve for women all across the world. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Health Outreach Carolina Health Outreach is a student organization established to help educate the citizens of South Carolina about making healthy life choices, to enhance overall quality of life, while also exposing University of South Carolina students to the healthcare field. CHO members take part in several health focused events throughout the community including health screenings, heart walks, as well as aid in health advocacy efforts on the local and state level. Carolina Health Outreach is giving members the unique opportunity to connect with fellow students, faculty, and local health officials to help transform the poor health of our state. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Herpetology Society The Carolina Herpetology Society is a new student organization at UofSC focused on the science and hobby of herpetology. If you did not know, Herpetology is the name given to the study of reptiles and amphibians. The love for these animals is one that runs deep in certain people, and we welcome those passionate students just as well as ones who simply have an interest in exploring the local wildlife or keeping non-traditional pets. The club is open to both undergrad and graduate students. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Jiu Jitsu and Judo The University of South Carolina's Jiu Jitsu and Judo Club organizes Gi and No-gi instructional classes. All skill levels are welcome at any point in the semester - just show up! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Judicial Council The Carolina Judicial Council is a recognized honors society and a path to Graduation with Leadership Distinction thatrepresents two important parts of USC: the conduct system and the Carolinian Creed. Members are ambassadors to the Carolinian Creed - the guiding tenants of being a Carolinian. Additionally, CJC members serve inconduct review boards to allow students under conduct review to be heard by their peers. By participating in CJC, members have the opportunity to develop professional soft skills and engage with the Carolina community in a meaningful and educational way. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Kendo Club Kendo, "the way of the sword," is a worldwide, full-contact Japanese martial art that involves using a bamboo sword. However, its not just a martial art, and also a philosophical experience. Practicing Kendo will not only train your physical body but also strengthen your mind. If you are either interested in martial arts or you just want to start a new thing in college, why not try Kendo? Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Melanin & Movement Club Multicultural dance organization focused on teaching and performing various genres of dance, including lyrical, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, majorette and so much more! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Men's Club Volleyball The Carolina Men's Club provides an opportunity for members to learn and improve volleyball skills and to compete at a high level in intercollegiate men's volleyball. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Model United Nations Model United Nations is a competitive simulation of the United Nations where participants represent a real nation and work with other representatives to solve real global issues. We provide training and then attend conferences. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Carolina Moksha Dance Club Moksha is a competitive fusion dance team that blends eastern and western styles of dance, such as Bollywood, hip hop, Bhangra, and contemporary, and performs at USC campus events and dance competitions throughout the country. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Mountaineering and White Water Club We are the Carolina Mountaineering and Whitewater Club - commonly referred to as MWW ["em-dub-dub"] - and our goal is to give U of SC's students the opportunity to develop meaningful connections with nature, themselves, and their peers. No prior experience or prerequisites are required! Join us as we explore the beautiful southeastern U.S., in a safe and friendly manner, through activities like:backpacking, rock climbing, canoeing, hiking, biking, caving, environmental outreach, and so much more! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Movement Club Carolina Movement is a club devoted to providing a safe environment to learn and develop parkour, free-running, and tricking. We welcome those of all skill levels and are willing to teach everyone a basic set of parkour techniques. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Philosophy Club If you value intellectual diversity, you will find a home here at Carolina Philosophy Club. Topics vary depending on members' interests, and our doors are open to all who are willing to check their knee-jerk reactions at the door. After eight semesters as a student organization here at UofSC, we have learned that a productive and fulfilling discussion is only possible when members are willing to move beyond the unique ideological framework to which they are accustomed. So we begin from the broadest, most inclusive questions, regardless of the topic. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Sales Institute Are you highly motivated and looking for opportunities to grow? Do you wish you were a member of a group that pushed you to be your best? The Carolina Sales Institute is the org for you! Each week we host speakers and socials to help you be even more awesome. The objective of this organization is to equip members with the confidence and resources to have a successful sales career. Furthermore, it is our mission to create a network of sales professionals consisting of alumni, local professionals, and students at the University of South Carolina. We're open to every major on campus. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Socialists Our mission is to educate and organize students and young people, and to play a helpful and principled role in the movement for social justice. Within and throughout this struggle, we will articulate and defend the idea that true human liberation is impossible under capitalism. We seek social change which extends democracy into all aspects of life ?? social, political and economic. This is the struggle for socialism. Our vision of socialism is profoundly democratic, feminist, and anti-racist. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Surf Club An organization which allows students to share the love of the ocean and surfing with all. Along with going to the beach and surfing, this club shares a great respect for the ocean and the environment. Participating in both trips to the beach and occasional service activities, this is a great way to meet new friends and share common interests. We are open to all levels of experience, whether you have surfed your entire life, have never surfed before but would like to learn, or simply just want to spend some time at the beach with friends and get away from the stresses of school. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina Trombone Association The Carolina Trombone Association is dedicated to enhancing the musical experiences of trombonists at the University of South Carolina. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina XC Club The Carolina Cross Country Club caters to runners of all levels. We compete at the national level, but also place an emphasis on participation and having fun! We offer opportunities to compete in both cross country and road races throughout the year. Opportunities to compete in club-sanctioned cross country races are available for all dues-paying members, but competition is not required! We encourage runners of all levels of experience and ability to come run with us. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina YB Carolina YB is responsible for the creation of Thee Big Spur annual, an independent student-run publication. Carolina YB'smain activities include designing, selling, and distributing physical books representative of UofSC to students, faculty, alumni, family, friends, and anyone concerned in the welfare of UofSC. The aim of Carolina YB is to reinstate one of the Universitys longest traditions while evolving yearbooks to satisfy the demand of consumers, fit current cultures, and stay up-to-date with technological innovations. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Student Media ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Carolina-Clemson Blood Drive Committee Since 1984, we have collaborated with Clemson to host one of the biggest blood drives in the country. As Gamecocks, and fellow students, we know how much Rivalry Week impacts campus life, activities, and school spirit. Our organization harnesses the historic rivalry between schools by allowing the student populations to compete in the annual blood drive to see which school can donate the most amount of blood (in pints).As a student-run organization, we collaborate through bi-weekly meetings to discuss and plan the annual Carolina-Clemson blood drive. At these meetings, we brainstorm the best ways to organize the blood drive on campus, brainstorm how to get the best donor turnout, discuss sponsorships and PR, and relay any updates we may have. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Central South Carolina Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter Central South Carolina Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter works in partnership with the local affiliate to provide students, faculty, and staff with opportunities to participate in all aspects of the work and mission of Habitat for Humanity International. Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter serves to educate the Chapter members, campus and local community about the work and mission of Habitat for Humanity; to advocate on behalf of people in need of decent shelter and for an end to poverty housing and homelessness; to build and rehabilitate houses in partnership with Habitat for Humanity affiliates and homeowners; and to raise funds for the work of Habitat for Humanity. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Chabad Student Organization Chabad is an international Jewish movement which promotes Jewish identity by holding services and events, as well as celebrating holidays. Chabad at the USC offers classes about the Jewish religion, hosts events for holidays, and more. If you are a Jewish student here on campus come check us out! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Organization ChEGSO organizes and facilitates both social and academic events for chemical engineering graduate students and faculty. Officers are elected by the members of ChEGSO. All chemical engineering graduate students are automatically enrolled as members of ChEGSO. Educational Support 3 19 69 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing Chemical Engineering
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship We believe the campus is one of the most strategic mission fields in the world. It is one of the only places where you can encounter practically every religion, creed, culture, and ethnicity-all in one place. We want every student to have the opportunity to hear the life-changing message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Chi Epsilon Chi Epsilon was organized to recognize the characteristics of the individual civil engineer deemed to be fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career, and to aid in the development of those characteristics in civil engineering students. Educational Support 3 19 70 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing Civil and Environmental Engineering
Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. We are a service sorority dedicated to helping our community and building lasting relationships. Chi Eta Phi strives to better the area of Columbia through service activities, raising awareness of various diseases, participating in charity events and walks, and helping students to become aware of growing health concerns around campus. As students, we also work together to help each other succeed in our studies and work towards our ultimate goal of graduating with our BSN and passing the NCLEX. After graduating and becoming registered nurses, we can join the Graduate chapters to further our contribution to the sorority and community Service 3 20 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Nursing
Chi Omega Throughout Chi Omega's long and proud history, the Fraternity has brought its members unequaled opportunities for personal growth and development.As a Chi Omega, you will have fun, grow, thrive, achieve success, and flourish! Chi Omegas are well balanced women who are involved on their campuses and in their communities. As a prominent national women's fraternity, Chi Omega provides countless opportunities for fun and friendship during college and beyond. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Chi Psi Chi Psi strives to assist members in the advancement of moral, intellectual, and social experiences and growth of young college students in helping them become Chi Psi gentlemen. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Chi Sigma Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha is an international honors society comprised of graduate students, alumni, faculty, and student affairs professionals to promote and recognize excellence in academics, research, and service to the profession of student affairs. Educational Support 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Chinese Student's Christian Fellowship The University of South Carolina Chinese Students Christian Fellowship is established for theexpressed purpose of enhancing the fellowship among Christians on campus as well as sharingthe Gospel of Jesus Christ with students here in the University of South Carolina through socialevents, Bible studiesand so forth. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Christian Legal Society The purpose of the Christian Legal Society shall be to inspire, encourage, and equip Christian lawyers and law students both individually and in community to proclaim, love and serve Jesus Christ through the study and practice of law. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International serves to facilitate, encourage, and teach pharmacists and prospective pharmacists how to extend God's love to their patients as an important part of their practice. Campus Involvement 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Christians United For Israel The purpose of Christians United for Israel is to provide a campus forum through which every Gamecock, church community, Christian organization and pro-Israel organization can speak and act with once voice in support of Israel in matters related to Biblical issues. CUFI shall show Christian support for the State of Israel and to pray for the peace of Jerusalem and all its inhabitants (Psalm 122:6; Is. 62:1, 6-7). Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Christ's Student Church at Carolina (Church of Christ) CSCC exists to glorify Christ through the lives of Carolina students. This includes a time of worship on campus each Sunday, service to others, Bible study, and fellowship. CSCC meeting times TBA for Spring 2021. Contact us at gamecock4jesus@gmail.com for more information or if you have questions. We would love to meet you! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Circle K International Circle K International (CKI) is the collegiate level of Kiwanis International. If you are familiar with Key Club International from High School, CKI is the collegiate counterpart. CKI focuses on developing servant leaders through club, district and international levels. We are the LARGEST collegiate student-led service organization in the world. Join us to serve the community, develop your leadership skills and find life-long friends! Our club is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Columbia and we are a part of the Distinguished Carolinas District! Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Clarinet Association The Clarinet Association supports the activities of the clarinet studio and increases awareness of clarinet related events. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Club CHAARG CHAARG stands for Changing Health, Attitudes, and Actions to Recreate Girls and we aim to ignite a passion in college-aged girls for health + fitness + liberates girls from the elliptical! Since every girl has a different preference of what fun is, we create opportunities for our CHAARG girls to "find their fit" + shows them that fitness can [+ SHOULD] be fun! We do this by partnering with local studios once a week to lead a workout, whether it be CrossFit, Barre, or cycling ??" and everything in between. Educational Support 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Club Field Hockey Field hockey is a popular northern sport trying to get known down in Cola town! This team is open to all skill levels, whether you've been playing for years or just picked up a stick for the first time. Everyone is welcome to play on this co-ed team as long as they are willing to be committed to the team! Educational Support 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Club Golf This club's purpose is to give students who love golf the opportunity to play daily in college.We are a golf club, as much as we are a club team. We welcome golfers of all skill levels to come out and enjoy the game of golf! You can join our competitive travel team or sit-back and enjoy the perks of our great club! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Club Ice Hockey Our team's mission is to compete in the sport of Ice Hockey for a spot in the American Collegiate Hockey Association's National Tournament, against the club teams of other universities. With an experienced coaching staff and team, players are able to further their knowledge of Ice Hockey, here at the University of South Carolina. Our team roster consists of players with a range of experience from high school hockey to Juniors, and we welcome anyone to try out. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Club Manager's Association of America CMAA expandsthe knowledge of club management to those students working to obtain a career in club management through club visitations, guest speakers, regional meetings and participation in national functions of CMAA. This club is a wonderful networking organization that can get you in contact with industry leaders. These types of contacts can help you secure competitive internships, and eventually your dream job! Workplace Experience 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Club Tennis A group of college students interested in a high level of tennis play and a social experience. Club Tennis practices 4 times a week at the Cayce Tennis Center. Members have the opportunity to travel to tournaments in Charleston, Cary, Auburn, Knoxville, Athens, and many other college campuses. Service opportunities are also provided to members throughout the semester. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Cockappella Cockappella is the oldest coed a cappella group at the University of South Carolina. Although we are made up of an eclectic group of students, we are bound by our common passion for music. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Cocky's Canine PAALS Cocky's Canine PAALS is an on campus partner for the non-profit, Columbia based organization PAALS, or Palmetto Animal Assisted Living Services. Our main goal is to bring together student volunteers who are passionate about working with dogs and helping the community at the same time, especially at a time when PAALS is experiencing a high demand for more service dogs. Our volunteers do everything from working hands on with the PAALS' dogs in training to fundraising to volunteering at PAALS events. Wealso work to raise awareness about the work PAALS does and the countless people who benefit everyday from the aid of service dogs. We welcome all students, regardless of major or year! Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Collaborations in Contemporary Art Cica is a music organization whose purpose is to provide professional quality programs consisting of 20th and 21st century music that would otherwise not have an opportunity to be performed within the traditional confines of an ensemble due to instrumentation, composer, logistics, or content, including electronic, avant-garde, and other diverse styles of 20th and 21st century music. Cica will also serve as an outlet for student composers to further enhance their education at the University of South Carolina. Cica provides an opportunity for the University of South Carolina students, faculty, and community to submit proposals for new music concerts. Cica encourages programs that include other mediums to further enhance the programs presentation through the collaboration of various organizations of the college or community. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
College Democrats Our organization is focused on creating bonds with fellow Democrats, discussing current political topics, and promoting liberal ideals on campus and beyond. We believe in transparency, responsibility, and truth in our government. We believe in taking care of one another, the marginalized, and the discriminated. We do not believe in fear mongering or forced conformity. We believe in inclusion, equality, and progress for all people regardless of gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
College Libertarians Non-party affiliated political organization; the College Libertarians aim be the voice of individual liberty and constitutional rights on campus. We believe that people and individuals have the right to make personal and economic decisions for themselves, and that it is not the duty of government to make these decisions on our behalf. Our club seeks to educate and inform other students and staff, as well as provide a platform to make our voices heard at USC. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
College of Pharmacy Student Government We, the students of the UofSC College of Pharmacy, in order to conduct student affairs in an efficient, orderly, and systematic manner, do define clearly the powers and responsibility of the student organizations in the college of pharmacy. We are the glue the binds all of the organizations together and oversee student organization activity while being a liaison between the students and faculty. Leadership 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
College Panhellenic Association The College Panhellenic Association (CPA) consists of an executive board and delegates representing the 13 Panhellenic chapters on campus. The Panhellenic council's goal is to promote leadership, service, friendship and academics through our members. Leadership 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
College Republicans USC College Republicansisa group of like-minded students at the University of South Carolina. As one of the largest College Republican chapters in the South,we strive to share the views of the Republican Party on campus and in our state.As a chapter we often holddiscussionand friendly debate on political topics such as policy reform, civil liberties, and elections. We also set up various internship and volunteer opportunities for our members throughout the year. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Collegiate Curls - USC Sector The purpose of this organization is to uplift, empower, and support multicultural students as they embrace their natural beauty through healthy hair and skin care practices. We plan to do this by showing the audience tips and hacks on how to take care of your hair, skin and overall holistic beauty. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Collegiate DECA Our members will take part in professionalism workshops and practice case studies, as well as interact with the community through service and mentorship. Each spring, we host the regional case competition on campus, which provides members the opportunity to qualify for the international competition! Three of USC's own have been international champions. Whether you choose to compete or not, DECA will build your thinking, speaking, and leadership skills. Leadership 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Collegiate Middle Level Association The Collegiate Middle Level Association (CMLA) is an organization that provides a community for future middle level educators. We support each other throughout our journey at UofSC and in our student-teaching internships. We work to build relationships with each other at the university and in our local community through service projects in middle schools. Workplace Experience 3 16 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Education
Columbia National Black Law Students Association Pre-Law Chapter The National Black Law Students Association at the national level was formed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of Black law students to effectuate change in the legal community. As a chapter, the Pre-Law NBLSA at UofSC seeks to cultivate a community for students interested in a law career with networking opportunities, community service, LSAT information, and mentorship. The chapter seeks to uplift members through common goals, distinction, and outreach in order to diversify thelegal community. Educational Support 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Comic Book Enthusiasts Club At Comic Book Enthusiasts Club, our goal is to create a space where you can let your geek flag fly. Whether you love comic books, video games, movies, or manga, this is the place for you. In addition we hold bi-weekly meetings, participate in community service, and have plenty of activities and adventures outside the University we know you would love to try. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Criminology and Criminal Justice Graduate Student Association The Criminology and Criminal Justice Graduate Student Association works to provide assistance, activities, and advocacy for graduate students in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Campus Involvement 3 14 41 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Criminology & Criminal Justice
Cure at South Carolina CURE at South Carolina is a branch of the CURE U program for CURE International. CURE International is a nonprofit organization that operates hospitals and programs in 14 different countries around the world. Through these hospitals, patients are able to receive surgical treatment and the life-changing message of Gods love for them. With over 100 million physically disabled children in the developing world, CURE works to provide them with care and medical treatment, regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity or ability to pay. Service 3 24 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Public Health
Cybersecurity Club The Cybersecurity Club aims to teach students digital security, ethical hacking, and personal skills that they can utilize for both their professional everday lives. Educational Support 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Dance Marathon University of South Carolina Dance Marathonis thelargeststudent-run philanthropicorganization on USC's campus.We are a movement uniting our students, campus, andcommunity toraise funds for the Child Life Program at Prisma Health Children's Hospital, our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital.Throughout the year, we host a variety of events including our spring Main Event,which is traditionally a 14-hour no-sitting, no-sleepingdance marathon thatcelebrates the culmination of a years worth of efforts to raise funds and awareness for our hospital. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Darla Moore School of Business Student Alumni Board We work to connect alumni and students with engagement opportunities. We also discuss and plan creative efforts to link current students with Moore School alumni, in particular promoting Moore Connect and the Mentor Program as well as serve as liaisons for the Young Alumni Board and administrators. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Delight Ministries Delight Ministries mission is to invite college women into Christ-centered community that fosters vulnerability and transforms stories. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Delta Alpha Pi Delta Alpha Pi is a national honors fraternity commited to changing common perceptions by recognizing students eith disabilities for their academic accomplishments. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Delta Delta Delta The purpose of Delta Delta Delta shall be to establish a perpetual bond of friendship among its members, to develop a stronger and more womanly character, to broaden the moral and intellectual life, and to assist its member in every possible way. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Delta Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma is the University's very first Pre-Dental Honor Society. This organization is dedicated to mentoring pre-dental students pursuing a career in dentistry. This organization provides students interested in the dental profession with an opportunity to gain exposure to the field in a professional atmosphere. In addition, this organization aims to strengthen the bonds and camaraderie amongst pre-dental students within the University through social events and mentoring systems. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Delta Kappa Epsilon The mission of Delta Kappa Epsilon is to improve the character of its members through the initiative and strength of the DKE brotherhood. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Delta Phi Omega Sorority Inc. Established in 1998, Delta Phi Omega has grown to over 50 chapters and colonies across the nation. We are one of the largest, strongest, fastest-growing sororities of its kind. Membership in our organization provides a lifetime of friendships, numerous opportunities for personal and professional growth, and an unforgettable collegiate experience that you can choose to continue after graduation, upon becoming an alumna. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. Campus Involvement 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college educated women committed to the constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community. This organization strives to not only serve our campus but, our community as a whole. We dedicate ourselves to scholarship, service and sisterhood. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Delta Tau Delta All Delt men live by a common mission: "Committed to Lives of Excellence." We guide men through our programs and our values that they will have the confidence and tools to serve their fellow man. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Delta Upsilon Delta Upsilon Fraternity was founded in 1834 on the founding principles of Justice and Non-Secrecy. Our founding president and 11th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Charles Evans Hughes, once said " A man has to live with himself, and he should see to it that he always has good company." Our brothers live with each other in fraternal bonds that is meant to be shared with men who share the same ideals. 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Delta Zeta he purpose of this sorority shall be to unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action; objects worthy of the highest aim and purpose of associated effort. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Diversity Speaks Diversity Speaks allows students from different ethnicities, backgrounds, cultures, beliefs, and majors to come together to discuss topics that are interesting, important, and trending topics that need attention from every unique perspective. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
DMSB Doctoral Student Association The DMSB Doctoral Student Association provides a forum for doctoral students in Business Administration and Economics at USC, to interact socially with faculty, administrators, and each other. Campus Involvement 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
DMSB Student Organizations Council The Moore School Student Organization Council aims to enhance the extracurricular experience of all students pursuing careers in business. The council aims to unite student organizations that pertain to the study and practice of business and to promote collaboration between them. The council's vision is that the sharedenergy, knowledge, and resourcesof its member organizations will better enable each one to reach its goals while collectively contributing to the Moore School's culture and reputation. The council also aims to provide a channel of communication between involved students and the Moore School's administration. Leadership 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Down To Change The mission of YLC.DTC is to intentionally pursue minority college students, introduce them to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their Christian faith. This organization achieves this purpose by offering a fun, accepting community for college students to be a part of while exploring or deepening their own Christian faith, providing opportunities for college students to engage in the YLC ministry to local middle school and high school students, and offering activities like weekly club meetings, small group Bible studies, and community service opportunities in an effort to positively impact the campus and surrounding community. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Dream Outside the Box We provide an after-school program to children in the Columbia community to inspire them to achieve academically through creative exploration. You can only dream what you've seen. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
EcoReps The UofSC EcoReps are committed to furthering University Housings commitment to sustainable living through teaching and demonstrating sustainable living best practices while building an inclusive community of sustainability leaders on the UofSC campus. Leadership 3 11 29 Green Quad ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Educators in Policy and Advocacy Educators in Policy and Advocacy is an organization that provides members a platform to pursue their passions and interest through volunteering, internships, and research opportunities. Our current approved committees include the Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the Special Education Committee, but we will continue to approve new committees and projects throughout the semester. Leadership 3 16 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Education
Elevate Carolina Elevate Carolina strives to bring students here at the university closer to Christ.We do this through service, obedience, worship, fellowship, and through love. While college is certainly an exciting time, it is also a difficult time for many of us -- a time full of new temptations and new challenges. Through our close-knit, faith-based community, we lift each other up in times of hardship and in times of celebration, while always encouraging one another to keep fighting the good fight. In all things, God is good. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Engineers Without Borders We are a student run organization here at University of South Carolina. We engage in local and international communities tobetter them through engineering tasks and support. We work with local governments abroad and our community at USC. Our clubis inclusiveof all majors; we have something for everyone. Service 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Entrepreneurship Club Entrepreneurship Club's (also known as EclubSC) mission is to develop entrepreneurs and provide them the experience, resources, and network necessary to change the world. Workplace Experience 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Environmental Health Sciences Graduate Students Organization The goals of the organization are to encourage communication between graduate students in the ENHS program. The diversity of research and expertise in the ENHS program can only be fully utilized if we take time to recognize and indulge in each others interests. ENHS GSO works to bring all students together in a way that can be both fun and beneficial. Leadership 3 22 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Social Work
Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha - Sigma Phi is a collegiate chapter of an international service sorority dedicated to service and sisterhood throughout the world. As a member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, you will be able to learn, grow, and serve with your faithful sisters. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Epsilon Tau Pi Epsilon Tau Pi is the premier Eagle Scout fraternity dedicated to brotherhood, service, and the principles of Scouting. Brotherhood is very important within Epsilon Tau Pi. The limited number of Eagle Scouts creates a tight knit organization of friends that share the same common experiences and many of the same goals for the future. Becoming an Eagle Scout is built upon service to others and it is such that Epsilon Tau Pi is built upon. The brotherhood serves the community as well as the local Scouting communities as a way to give back to Scouting Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Eta Kappa Nu Eta Kappa Nu is the primary Electrical and Computer Engineering Honor's Society for the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers at the University of South Carolina - Columbia. Leadership 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Eta Sigma Delta (ESD) University of South Carolina Chapter The only international hospitality and tourism honor society. Students are recognized by the University and Eta Sigma Delta once they have completed half of their coursework and maintained a 3.50 GPA or higher. They will then be invited to join the society. The annual induction ceremony for qualified students takes place in November. Leadership 3 17 76 ; ,,,,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management
Exercise Science Club The mission of the Department of Exercise Science is to expand and disseminate the body of knowledge concerning the relationships between exercise participation, physical activity and human health. The Exercise Science Club exemplifies these goals to the best of our abilities within our meetings and events. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Face to Face Face to Face welcomes students from all cultures and backgrounds! We work closely with USC's International Accelerator Programand our goal is to help connect students from different backgrounds and build friendships through cultural exchange. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Fashion Board Fashion Board at USC is a student organization committed to helping its members achieve both personal and professional growth in the fashion, beauty and retail industries through collaborations with local retailers and hands-on fashion-related experiences. Each spring, Fashion Board proudly hosts USC Fashion Week, which includes industry guest speakers, a student designer showcase, and a runway finale show. Fashion Board is open to students of all majors and members meet every other Wednesday evening. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Our goal is to create a meeting place for students to meet Jesus. Our heart is to help you along your journey in growing relationship with Jesus Christ. We do this by hosting gatherings and huddles. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Filipino American Student Association We aim to spread awareness about the loving Filipino culture and teach about its traditions. We plan to raise funds to help our local community as well as Filipinos back home and in America. We strive to promote international unity among the U of SC and Columbia community. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
First College Ministry We are an organization that is encouraging students to know, serve and love God. We believe that we must gather, care and work alongside one another to further the gospel in word and deed. We gather every Sunday morning at 9:15a for College Bible Study and every Thursday night for a time of worship at 8pm. We care for each other during the week by spending time together in our family groups. We work together to encourage, evangelize, disciple and love the people in our community, city and around the world. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
First Generation Students The goal of FGS is to connect first generation college students at the University of South Carolina with each other, with faculty and staff, and with community leaders. It also aims to raise awareness of resources that may be helpful to these students, as well as to set and meet a fundraising goal each year, with the money raised going to a charity chosen by the student organization that promotes higher education. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
First Presbyterian Church College Ministry FPC College Ministry exists to engageand equipstudents and volunteers to reach the nearly 45,000 college students in Columbia with the gospel of Jesus Christ. We seek to give students opportunities to trust Christ, grow in character, love the church, and change the world around them. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Food Appreciation Club We are a club that provides valuable services to everyone in college. If you are new and are looking to make friends, join our club and enjoy the company of others over a delicious meal. Do you love eating, discovering, talking, and/or cooking food? Well I have news for you, we are too. If you are looking for new exciting places to eat at for a college budget, our meetings are a sure way to discover restaurants of all kinds. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Food Recovery Network Food Recovery Network (FRN) is a nationally recognized organization that works to minimize food waste and feed those in need. At FRN we collect leftover usable food from on campus dining locations and local restaurants, and transfer it to food banks and homeless shelters in the Columbia, S.C area. If you are looking to help your community and help reduce one of our nation's biggest problems, FRN is the organization for you. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children The Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children, FIMRC, is a national, non-profit organization created to service international countries frequently lacking in available, quality healthcare for its citizens. As a national entity, FIMRC works locally through campus-wide, student-run organizations that service both local and international efforts. Local chapters, such as our recently founded chapter here at USC, serve to not only send members abroad onaffordable, international medical mission trips, but also supply local volunteer efforts servicing our very own community in Columbia, SC. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
French Club TheFrench Club brings together students and faculty with an interest in the French language and francophone literatures and cultures. Campus Involvement 3 14 46 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Languages, Literatures and Culture
Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars is a student organization to help Chinese students and scholars to adapt to the U.S. and enrich their life here, and to advertise the Chinese culture. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Future Farmers of AmericaFuture Farmers of America Future Farmers of America is an organization that helps educate on the importance of agriculture. It creates bonds between the members that are held throughout their lifetime and promotes personal growth and leadership. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Barbell Club The Gamecock Barbell Club's initiative is to bring together individuals who have a common interest in lifting weights and nutrition. We have several sponsorships and working relationships with local gyms and nutritional companies. Our hope is to expand upon your knowledge of lifting sports (bodybuilding, powerlifting, and anything in-between) and nutritional plans. Through this, we intend to create a healthier student population at the University of South Carolina. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Bhangra Club Gamecock Bhangra Club [GCB] is a dance organization that meets twice a week for about an hour or two to learn and practice Bhangra dance moves. All students are welcome to join. No prior dance experience is required to be a part of this team. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock BlockChain The purpose of Gamecock Blockchain shall be to develop a community of students with an interest in blockchain technology and its related applications, along with other financial technologies. The organization will strive to increase knowledge about blockchain across the student body, while also working internally on learning more about blockchain and how it can be implemented successfully across various industries. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Chess and Go The Gamecock Chess and Go Club promotes playing chess and go at the University of South Carolina. We meet weekly for casual games, with opportunities to go and play in tournaments throughout the year. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Club Beach Volleyball Gamecock Club Beach Volleyball is a competitive team, we play doubles with both men and women. The Spring 2021 will be an active semester with restrictions.Open gyms continue Tuesday's and Thursday's at the Strom Sand Courts from 7:30-9pm until the last day of classes. 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Club Football The Gamecock Club Football team is a competitive full contact football team. We will play against other schools in hopes of winning a national title. Anybody that has ever played or wanted to play football is welcome to join the club. There are no cuts in Club Football with everybody getting a chance to play, all we ask for is dedication and a want to win. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Club Swimming We are an organization for active, retired, or new athletes interested in competitive swimming. Eachsemester, the team travels to meets for competing against and interacting with other collegiate club swim teams. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Consulting Club We are the primary consulting resource for undergraduates at the University of South Carolina. We aim to empower top-performing students to enter the management consulting industry. GCC hosts guest speakers and informational sessions with consulting firms and members alsowork with local businesses todevelop solutions to real world business problems. Due to the highly competitive nature of the industry, we are a selective organization aiming to attract top students who are committed to entering consulting after graduation. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Gamecock Cycling and Triathlon Club The purpose of the Gamecock Cycling and Triathlon Club is to promote the sport of Cycling and Triathlon within the University and community of South Carolina by increasing the awareness and participation in the sport and improving the physical and mental well-being of each member. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Disc Golf Club Gamecock Disc Golf Club competes in College Disc Gold tournaments and works to maintain the spirit of community and involvement between UofSC and Columbia Disc Golf Clubs. We welcome and educate new players to the game and enable an environment for improvement. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Economic Society The Gamecock Economic Society is open to any interested full-time University of South Carolina student to discuss economic theory, contemporary economic issues, and other related subjects with like-minded peers, foremost in the form of Socratic discussion but also through peer-to-peer pedagogy, informal presentation, and joint literature review. The Society further serves to facilitate personal and professional connections between members, provide meaningful topic-related events, and bring in expert accounts from professors. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Fencing Club The Gamecock Fencing Club (GFC) is a sports club that practices at the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center two days a week. The club is open for fencers and interested students of all skill levels and aims to provide an environment where fencers can practice and meet peers. Equipment and previous experience is not required to join and equipment including, but not limited to, fencing masks, jackets, gloves, epees, foils, sabers. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Firsters FIRST Robotics is one of the world's largest international robotics competitions! Each year teams of high school students and adult mentors build different robots that compete in unique games with their own sets of rules. The game is revealed September, and then teams have to design/build/program/test their robots before big 50-to-65-team regional tournaments where teams hope to qualify for the world championship in Houston. Campus Involvement 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Gamecock Math Club Gamecock Math Club provides a non-discriminatory community for those students, faculty, and staff of USC interested in mathematics to share ideas, hold discussions, and participate in math-related activities with one another and/or a larger community. Campus Involvement 3 14 47 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Mathematics
Gamecock Men's Club Soccer Gamecock Men's Club Soccer looks to compete at a regional and national level. Our club participates in regional league seasons, as well as in tournaments around the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions. We are seeking committed and technically skilled players who have an interest in being a part of something greater than themselves, who will strive to foster a competitive and healthy environment. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Pageant Club The Gamecock Pageant Club brings scholarships to students through pageants. We offer students a place to enhance their interviewing, leadership, and networking skills as well as provide them an opportunity to go higher than themselves through service to others. Having the Gamecock Pageant Club helps girls get involved with pageants including our very own- Miss Gamecock. Our goal is to empower women and give them a sisterhood of well rounded role models and friends. Educational Support 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Gamecock Pre-health Association Gamecock Pre-Health Association is an organization focused on students who are on the pre-health track. Including: Pre-med, Pre-Pa, PreDent, Pre-Pharm and Pre-Pt. The association will volunteer locally, host bi-weekly meetings, and offer a close-knit society that will allow students to become friends with fellow members, while at the same time exposing them to the pre-health community of their choosing. Service 3 24 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Public Health
Gamecock Pre-Veterinary Association The purpose of this organization is to meet the needs of Pre-Veterinary students, and those considering the veterinary field, in exploring the opportunities in veterinary medicine. Junior and Senior students will often present on various veterinary colleges which they have either researched or applied. Guest speakers are also brought in to discuss the application process, experiences as a veterinary student, or specific universities. Members are encouraged to share their experiences as well as encourage and direct fellow students to various exciting and educational opportunities. Workplace Experience 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Gamecock Quidditch Club Inspired by the Harry Potter novels, quidditch is a co-ed full contact sport with a mix of elements from basketball, football, and dodgeball. Gamecock Quidditch Club prides ourselves in our hard work, competitive play, and respect for both the game and its players. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Rowing Club The Gamecock Rowing Club practices six days a week, both in the gym and at the Broad River. There are typically 2 to 4 regattas scheduled each fall and spring season; these competitions always take place throughout a weekend and often involve travel requiring overnight stays. As intercollegiate athletes, rowers compete against collegiate and club teams from all over the southeast region and, in some cases, teams from all over the United States. The Gamecock Rowing Club includes both a men's team and a women's team, as well as varsity and novice athletes. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Sailing Club We are both a collegiate race team and an interest club dedicated to promoting the sport of sailing among college students.The Gamecock Sailing team consists of a dinghy race team as well as a keelboat team that compete both locally and throughout the collegiate race circuit.As a member of the(North) SAISAconference of ICSA, the dinghy team competes in both co-ed and women's regattas, invitationals, and intersectional with various other collegiate teams. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Skate Club Gamecock Skate Club is a group of beginner and experienced skaters, willing to teach people who want to learn. This club is open to skateboards, longboards, and cruisers. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Spikeball Club We strive to introduce USC students to the sport and to build the community. We host and compete in tournaments across the South East and want to make Spikeball (Roundnet) a top sport. Roundnet is played as 2 vs 2, and as a fun or competitive game. Roundnet is played around the world and we want to create an environment at USC where students can play on any level while being involved in something bigger than just a sport. We are open to anyone and everyone! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Swing Dance Club The Gamecock Swing Dance Club is a place where anyone is welcome to enjoy anything surrounding Swing Dancing and its culture. We have a beginner-friendly class every week, followed by a social dance. We dance to swing jazz and have a blast every time. We occasionally have some more advanced lessons taught by dancers/instructors from local dance scenes. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Table Tennis Club TheGamecock Table Tennis Club Club aims to develop interest in the past time of Ping Pong, and foster growth and understanding of the sport of Table Tennis. We welcome players of all levels, and will provide an environment for players to develop their skills. Eventually, we hope to play other the table tennis clubs of other schools competitively. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Water Polo Club Our goal is to introduce to and teach people the great sport of water polo, a great way to have fun and get a good workout in, while also having the opportunity to compete against other college teams. Although swimming/past water polo is a huge help, we strongly encourage anyone to come out and try the sport! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecock Women's Club Rugby Practices are heldMondays and Wednesdays from 5-7pm at Bluff Road Fields. Games are held on the weekends throughout the southeast region.We are currently working to expand our team and are welcoming all interested players. There is no rugby experience necessary,all are welcome! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecocks Against Trafficking & Exploitation We aim to spread awareness and understanding of human trafficking in order to galvanize support and raise funds to combat this issue. GATE exists to educate and discuss the issue of human trafficking and related topics, serving as a forum for speakers and advocates to share their stories. We also plan events both on and off campus to reach a broader audience and raise money to send to various international and local organizations Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecocks Aiding Refugees in Columbia GARC is a student-led undergraduate organization at the University of South Carolina. In past semesters we have provided tutoring and support services to the individuals at the Carolina Survivor Clinic. We are committed to the health and safety of the USC and Columbia community. As such, we are working to provide virtual tutoring services. We will also be meeting every other week to learn about and discuss the experiences of refugees and plan fundraisers to support the Carolina Survivor Clinic. We are incredibly excited to continue growing as a club and serving the Columbia community. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecocks for Babies Gamecocks for Babies is a student organization that works alongside the March of Dimes to help tackle the issue of prematurity by hosting a 5K run/walkaround the South Carolina State Fairgrounds. Our event not only helps raise awareness, but it also raises money that goes directly to research about birth defects and prematurity and funds NICU family programs. South Carolina was given the grade of a 'D' on the national prematurity report card with a preterm birth rate of 11.2%. Richland County alone received a 'F' with 11.7%. We want to make the future brighter for more babies. G4B is an excellent way to get involved on campus and become a part of the movement to give more babies a second chance! Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecocks for Israel Gamecocks for Israel's mission is to strengthen bipartisan support for a strong and positive U.S. Israel relationship by engaging our campus community in the political process. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecocks In Dentistry We are a student-led social media based organization, that strives to promote dental hygiene, oral health as well as information about the pre-dental route. Since we are a social media based club, it doesn't matter where you are, you can join as long as you are passionate about dentistry or want to learn more about the dental field. As an online organization, our team works together to create posts that will educate fellow Gamecocks and promote oral health. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Gamecocks Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics We are Gamecock oSTEM and we are a professional organization for LGBTQ+ students hoping to pursue careers in the STEM fields. Our goal is to build camaraderie through a compassionate, inspiring community for students on campus and provide resources for success in a future STEM career such as graduate and medical school preparation, undergraduate research, diversity training, and more.Membership is open to everyone interested! Campus Involvement 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Gamma Iota Sigma Our fraternity aims to connect members to the insurance industry. Through chapter meetings, networking events, conferences, socials, and more, we are able to help our members establish relationships with companies before graduating college. Gamma Iota Sigma focuses on professional development in order for members to be well-rounded candidates for full-time positions and internships. We are open to all colleges and majors. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Gamma Phi Beta Sorority Our vision is this : "To be a premiere women's organization with a winning spirit throught: seeking cultural, demographic and economic diversity, then development of chapter, community and interfraternal leaders, providing programming which address issues relevant to women and society, the strengthening of resources, a focus on being member-driven, and management of the organization through volunteerism." Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Garnet and Black Magazine Interested in publishing your writing, improving your photography, or styling a photoshoot? Garnet & Black Magazine strives to be the cultural and art hub in the Carolina community, giving creatives on campus a place to mentor, workshop, and network with like-minded peers. The print magazine is published biannually; online coverage of arts and culture, community reviews, student profiles, and more can be found year-round on our website. Workplace Experience 3 18 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Information and Communications
Garnet Circle Student Alumni Council Garnet Circle of the MyCarolina Alumni Association exists to foster relationships between students of the University and the members of the My Carolina Alumni Association. We have the desire to facilitate pride in all aspects of University life by promoting the University of South Carolina to future students, encouraging enthusiasm among current students, and assisting the My Carolina Alumni Association with programs and events that promote interaction between students and alumni. We also serve as the governing body of the MyCarolina Student Network, connecting students and alumni by holding various events throughout the year. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Garnet Game Jammers The purpose of GGJ will be to bring together anyone interested in creating games by providing peer support and focused learning environment in which to let their ideas thrive and relevant skills honed, within a group setting. Regardless of your skill level, if you want to create digital or physical games, or even assets, then this club is for you. Campus Involvement 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Garnet Gate Advisory Board The Garnet Gate Advisory Board is made up of staff that manages the roll out and usage of Garnet Gate, which serves as a tool for all member of UofSC. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Geography Club The Geography Club connects undergraduate students with an interest in Geography and its subfields with each other, Geography faculty, USC alumni, and Geography professionals across South Carolina. Our mission is to foster a supportive community and maximize opportunities for professional development, service, networking, and friendship. We also engage in recreational activities such as geocaching, hiking, camping, and kayaking among other things. Campus Involvement 3 14 44 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Geography
Geography Graduate Student Association The Geography Graduate Student Association is committed to furthering the professional, academic, and social development of those graduate students interested in the field of geography and sub-disciplines. Workplace Experience 3 14 44 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Geography
German Club Our goals are to promote German language and culture through group activities and community service. Members participate in events such as discussions on aspects of German culture, hiking trips, and other fun activities. We look to create a positive impact on our USC and Columbia community. Campus Involvement 3 14 46 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Languages, Literatures and Culture
Girl Up Girl Up Campaign is an international, nonprofit organization hosted at the United Nations. Girl Up's fundraising efforts support the United Nations' initiative to provide young girls in developing countries with an equal chance at education and a life free from violence. Girl Up is a by-girls, for-girls movement that focuses on empowering girls to strive for gender equality and providing them with leadership development and a community of like-minded people. Girl Up club at the University of South Carolina plans events to educate and empower girls and to raise awareness to girl-related issues all over the world. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Give a Dog a Bone The goal of this group is torecruit members whoare passionate about working with animals.We work with Final Victory Animal Shelter where we spend volunteer hours there, fundraise for them, and attend events they host. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Global Business Brigades Gamecocks Global Business Brigades is a collaborative effort between students and under-resourced communities around the world working towards sustainable development solutions. We advance this goal by volunteering to identify, improve, and expand micro-enterprises while working through community-owned and operated credit and savings cooperatives in local communities. This organization will fundraise and plan service brigades to either travel or connect virtually with partner communities in Honduras, Panama, Ghana, and/or Nicaragua. In these regions, UofSC students will consult for small businesses, teach financial literacy, and help establish community banks while simultaneously advancing our knowledge of economic development in our home community year-round. Service 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Global Leadership Network As an organization, Global Leadership Network seeksto inspire, connect, and equip international students to become principled leaders, resulting in positive change in their lives and the world. We do this through networking, forums, leadership classes, etc. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
GlobeMed GlobeMed believes heath is a basic human right. Through fundraisers, strategic partnerships, community building, volunteer opportunities, and internships, GlobeMed members are dedicated to improving global heath. This occurs through social justice work on foundations of health, such as clean water, food, and medical care. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Graduate Association for Brain Awareness GABA is an organization for graduate students across USC's campus who study and conduct research in neuroscience. GABA's mission is to promote neuroscience research and education in the greater Columbia area and at the University of South Carolina through outreach activities directed towards students, organizations, and the general public. Research 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Graduate Association of Biological Sciences GABSis the representative body for graduate students in the Biological Sciences Department here at the University of South Carolina, and actively seeks to enrich the graduate school experience for students in the department. Campus Involvement 3 14 39 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Biological Sciences
Graduate Chapter of South Carolina Athletic Training Association GSCATA composes of current University of South Carolina graduate assistant athletic trainers that collaborate to advance the profession of athletic training through the promotion of education, professionalism, and positive leadership. Our organization is dedicated to the betterment of our community and university through the provision of philanthropic and healthcare related endeavors. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Graduate English Association The Graduate English Association provides graduate students in the English department's PhD, MA, and MFA tracks with opportunities for networking, professional development, and socializing. We host professional talks, support graduate student instructors, and foster professional relationships as well as help foster a collegiate social atmosphere. Graduate students completing comps, working on theses or dissertations, or teaching undergraduate classes can especially benefit from the activities, support, and networks we provide. Workplace Experience 3 14 43 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences English
Graduate History Association The purpose of the Graduate History Association is to provide community among the History graduate students, networking opportunities, a framework for professional advancement, and a link between faculty and students. Workplace Experience 3 14 45 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences History
Graduate Organization of the Earth, Ocean, and Environment The Graduate Organization of the Earth, Ocean, and Environment (GOEOE) represents the interests of graduate students within the School of the Earth, Ocean, and Environment and at the community level. GOEOE enriches the Earth, Ocean, and Environment graduate student experience through community-building, scholarship, and service. We also aim to enhance the scientific community at the University of South Carolina by hosting seminar speakers, holding scientific retreats, organizing weekly informal group discussions, and donating time to support university-wide events. Service 3 14 42 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Earth, Ocean, and Environment, School of
Graduate Student Association The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is dedicated to the advancement and development of Graduate and Professional Students at USC. It serves to advocate on behalf of the interests of nearly 7000 graduate and professional students at the University of South Carolina. The GSA works closely with administrators, faculty and staff to achieve its goals. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Graduate Students in Linguistics Graduate Student in Linguistics (GSLING) represents linguistics as a whole at UofSC. As scholars of language, we host both academic events related to various sub-disciplines in the field and social events to promote a linguistics community. Whether you're a linguistics student, a language lover, or just interested in what the art and science of language is, there's a place for you here! Campus Involvement 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Graduate Women in Business Graduate Women in Business provides personal and professional growth opportunities for DMSB graduate students with an emphasis on equality of opportunity and the importance of inclusion. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Greek Scholars Greek Scholars is an organization that accentuates the importance of academics in the lives of Greek life students. This organization will act as a community for Greek students who put their education at the forefront of their college experience. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Green Greeks Green Greeks is a club of members of Greek Life interested in making Greek Village more sustainable and learning about sustainability. Like minded individuals from any chapter or major can join and get involved. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Green Room Productions Green Room Productions is the undergraduate organization for producing theatrical works at the University of South Carolina. Green Room produces full length plays as well as the Grindhouse festival featuring original student works. Grindhouse happens once every semester! Green Room encourages students interested in performance, writing, directing, design, and stage management to collaborate and create their own work! Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Han' Go International SC Alpha The mission of Han' Go International is to engage young leaders to take charge to provide health resources for individuals living in underserved areas in the United States and abroad. By collecting and redistributing donated medical supplies, Han' Go works not only to contribute medical equipment but also to actively cultivate positive and lasting relationships with the communities we serve. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Hands On Prosthetic Engineering Hands On Prosthetic Engineering,aka HOPE, is a student organization at the University of South Carolina and a non-profit organization that strives to provide those in need with prosthetic hands and arms at no cost. We provide students the opportunity to serve their community while gaining experience with 3D printing. Our student organization develops leaders and technical experts through research opportunities and service. The nonprofit provides the resources necessary to accomplish our mission. Service 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Healthcare Executives Student Association Healthcare Executives Student Association exists to provide graduate students opportunities outside the classroom to enhance the educational and professional skills vital to achieving their career goals through networking and professional opportunities. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Her Campus South Carolina Her Campus South Carolina provides an outlet for college women to invest their work as journalists, photographers or PR representatives through the #1 undergraduate women's online magazine, HerCampus.com. If you are interested in photography, videography, graphic design, writing, event planning and marketing, this is the organization for you! Workplace Experience 3 18 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Information and Communications
Hillel Foundation Hillel's mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. We have Shabbat dinners at least twice a month and other great events on a regular basis. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Homecoming Commission The vision of the Homecoming Commission is to produce a diverse week of events that unifies the Carolina family through the engagement of students, faculty and staff, alumni, and the surrounding community. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
HOPE worldwide Campus Club The HOPE worldwide Campus Club change the lives of people who are materially poor or in need in the Columbia, SC area by harnessing the compassion and commitment of dedicated volunteers to deliver sustainable, high-impact, community-based services. We hold monthly community service events, and we aim to better our communities and ourselves through service. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
HOSA-Future Health Professionals HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. It enhances the delivery of compassionate, quality, health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill, and leadership development for students.HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
HRSM Global Community Club The HRSM GCC is an international networking platform for students from every part of the world. This club encourages international students to develop a multicultural environment in our college, and American students to interact in a greater capacity with international students. HRSM GCC facilitates community through social functions that include both international and American students. The goal is to create activities together and increase the size and scope of international relations within the College of HRSM. Campus Involvement 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
HRTM Planners HRTM Event Planners is a welcoming club for any and all students who are interested in event planning. We do everything from volunteering at local events, tour unique venues, attending workshops, and bring in industry professionals to learn more about this exciting field! As a Student Chapter of PCMA, we are devoted to networking, and a lot of that happens at PCMA's Convening Leader's annual conference! Workplace Experience 3 17 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management
Humans of Carolina Humans of Carolina was established to help reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness. We aim to highlight a variety of USC faculty and students as well as members of the Gamecock community who have struggled with and overcome mental illnesses to communicate to students that they are not alone in their struggles. By acknowledging the prevalence of mental illness in our society and sparking positive discussion about it, we can support others who may be struggling and improve our own mental health. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
IEEE Power Electronics Society Technical Chapter The field of interest of the IEEE PELS encompasses the effective use of power electronic components, application of both circuit and control theory, and the development of analytical tools toward efficient electronic conversion, control, and conditioning of electric power. Meetings, seminars and other events will be held throughout the semester. Workplace Experience 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
IMBA Student Association The IMBA Student Association provides academic and social benefits for members through activities, community service projects and corporate relations projects and acts as a liason between students and the administration. Campus Involvement 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Indian Cultural Exchange ICE provides an organization that teaches those interested in various aspects of the Indian culture, tradition, and customs. We host many traditional events on campus for students that enjoy South Asian culture. We also partnerwith local charities and volunteer programs throughout the communityto spread culture and help others. Our largest event, Aag Ki Raat is a Bollywood Fusion Dance Competition held at the Koger Center for the Arts in the spring. All proceeds from donations and ticket sales go to our partnering charity, the Carolina Survivor Clinic. The Carolina Survivor Clinic offers holistic care for refugees and their families. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Indian Student Organization The ISO aims to help new and existing students with educational and social issues and attempt to provide them a "home away from home". We organize various programs and activities throughout the year and we welcome your suggestions and ideas and encourage your participation. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Individuals Respecting Identities and Sexualities IRIS is a social, service, and advocacy organization for the LGBTQ+communities at the University of South Carolina. Our members consist of LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff, and their allies. We offer an anonymous forum-style meeting place for discussion of LGBTQ+ topics affecting the community at large. We also offer a plethora of campus and community-wide events for the distribution of information and celebration of culture to the Carolinian community, raising awareness of LGBTQ+ people and issues, promoting acceptance and providing safe resources for all peoples who are members of sexual and gender minorities. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Indonesian Student Association Persatuan Mahasiswa Indonesia di Amerika Serikat (PERMIAS), to which translated into the Indonesian Student Association, is an organization that focuses on creating a union, protecting the interests, offering helps to Indonesian Students, while promoting the culture and diversity of Indonesia to the International World. This organization is open for all students (including non-Indonesians) who wants to get involved, learn, and understand on Indonesian culture. We aim to diversify the environment and cultures at this university through events and celebrations, while also creating an opportunity for active members to contribute on creating impacts to people back in Indonesia through the means of education, intellectual building, and professional development. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Ink and Paper, Printmaking Club Ink and Paper, Printmaking Club is designed to support student printmakers by raising money for conferences, educational field trips, and for bringing in guest artists to the UofSC community. Workplace Experience 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Ink! Undergraduate English Association Ink! Undergraduate English Association is an organization that develops students academically and professionally in the areas of literature and writing, and fosters a sense of community among members. We are open to all students of all majors who enjoy reading, writing, and/or critiquing English literature. Workplace Experience 3 14 43 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences English
Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School Since 2010, the University of South Carolina IHI Chapter has provided a forum for students from all the healthcare professions to interact in meaningful ways and learn from each other. Our chapter promotes growth in quality, patient safety, leadership, and population health education. We support interprofessional quality improvement and community service projects. At IHI, we believe in the Quadruple Aim of Healthcare: Improving the health of populations,improving the patient experience of care, reducing the per capita cost of healthcare, and avoidinghealthcare worker burnout.Join our growing multi-disciplinary organization as we work toward our goals this year! Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers promotes advances in technical and professional aspects of all technical STEM majors. Workplace Experience 3 19 72 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing Electrical Engineering
Institute of Management Accountants Student Chapter We are an organization that offers hands-on and applicable experience in the business world. IMA tours manufacturing facilities as well as explores all of the departments and functions that make operations possible for companies. We host social events, field trips to major U.S. cities, andmonthly lunch meetings led by distinguished guest speakers. Leadership 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council is comprised of 21 organizations uniting men dedicated to philanthropic efforts, leadership development, and community engagement in and around the University of South Carolina. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
International Law Society The International Law Society exposes students to international legal issues and the international moot court competition. Students will have the opportunity to hear from speakers in a variety of practice areas including public international law, private international law, international arbitration, and international environmental law. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
International Soccer Club The International Soccer Club at the University of South Carolina brings together students of all cultures and backgrounds to play the beautiful game. We play three times a week (two practices and one game each Sunday) but many players for our club have made connections that extend far beyond the soccer field. We really just love football, and take in the game as much as we can. Tryouts are generally held at the beginning of every semester as students return to campus. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research Student Chapter ISPOR USC student chapter is a professional organization of multidisciplinary members who have interest in Pharmaceutical Health and Outcomes Research, Public Health and Health outcomes Research, Applied Economics Research (Pharmacoeconomics, Health economics, etc) and other related disciplines. ISPOR-USC provide a platform that has a collection of students in various fields interacting together with the key objectives of advancing a research-based student cohesion and student-driven growth and development in research and education. We are also recreational, entertains humanitarian services to the Carolina community and embarks on educational excursions. Research 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
International Student Association ISA is a very diverse organization at USC that aims to bring domestic and international students together to form lasting friendships. We organize large cultural events such as World Night, where people come together to showcase and celebrate their cultures. We also hold regular meetings to have fun and learn about different cultures with other members of our organization. Everyone is welcome! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at USC isa community of grace, sent by Gods love to reach deep places at USC with the good news of Jesus. Come join us in discovering what God's love means for us and for our campus. No matter where you are in your personal journey, you are welcome at InterVarsity! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Iranian Student Association The Iranian Student Association (otherwise known as ISAUSC) is a non-profit and non-political student organization at the University of South Carolina. The ISAUSC organizes social and cultural activities and events for the UofSC community. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Irish Club The Irish Club is a group of both faculty and students of UofSC who are interested in Irish culture and all it has to offer! We promote Irish history and customs through language, music, dance, food, history, and pop culture. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Japanese Culture Association Japanese Culture Association brings Japanese culture and history to UofSC through fun and interactive social events! We pride ourselves on being an organization in which both UofSC and foreign exchange students from all over the world can have a friendly and safe social environment.Our events range from food nights, movie screenings, game nights, convention meet-ups, themed celebrations, and much more! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
John Quincy Adams Society The John Quincy Adams Society is a discussion based club focused on international relations and foreign policy, particularly in favor of alternatives to primacy such as off-shore balance and restraint. Campus Involvement 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Kappa Alpha Order The Kappa Alpha Order is a fraternity constituting an Order of Knighthood, which is military in organization and government while religious in feeling and chivalrous in ideals. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Kappa Alpha Psi is a fraternity with the fundamental purpose of achievement. Kappa Alpha Psi was founded on the campus of Indiana University to raise the visions and insight of black collegians at both Indiana University and all over the world. The fraternity unites college men of culture, patriotism and honor in a bond of fraternity. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Incorporated was established in Texas Tech University on April 6th, 1987. The purpose of our sorority is to promote the values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity and Leadership among women at universities. Our founding mothers wanted to create an organization that unified and promoted leadership among Hispanic women while empowering them. With the strong foundations of service, Christianity and friendship, they created a sisterhood that years later is stronger and growing more than ever. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Nu Chapter Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Nu Chapter is an International Honor Society in Education. The Phi Nu Chapter will promote excellence in and recognize outstanding contributions to education.The KDP mission is to advance quality education by inspiring teachers to prepare all learners for future challenges. We have many presenters offer insight into the details and issues/trends of education, volunteer opportunities and a great fellowship between peers. The KDP vision is quality learning for all. Leadership 3 16 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Education
Kappa Delta Sorority The purpose of Kappa Delta Sorority is to promote true friendship among the college girls of our country by inculcating into their hearts and lives those principles of truth, of honor, of duty, without which there can be no true friendship. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Kappa Epsilon Kappa Epsilon is a professional service fraternity that supports women in pharmacy. Our chapterfacilitates personal and professional growth among its members through the numerous service and social activities we offer! Some of our events include Night to Shine with the Tim Tebow Foundation, serving at homeless shelters, and the Famously Hot Breast Cancer Walk. Campus Involvement 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa promotes, through its high standards, a broad college experience where scholarship and intellectual development are priorities, resulting in the impressive achievements of its members. We are a womens organization thriving on tradition, leadership, academics and friendship. From participating in philanthropies that hit close to home to fun sisterhood activities, college is an opportunity to flourish and grow. Alone, each Kappa brings unique qualities to campus, but together we make a difference. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Kappa Psi is a National Honorary Fraternity for college band members that provides service to college and university band programs around the country. We are honored toserve the University of South Carolina Bands and the surrounding community. Our organization prides itself on the implementation of our three pillars, musicianship, leadership, and service, through opportunities for our members to grow personally while growing band programs on and around campus. The nature of our membership is based on our National premise "it is an honor to be selected to serve," in which our organization strives to honor outstanding band members through privilege of membership. Campus Involvement 3 25 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Music
Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc. Kappa Psi was founded as a professional fraternal organization to encourage members to foster scholarship and pharmaceutical research, as well as inspire a deep and lasting pride in the profession of pharmacy. Campus Involvement 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Kappa Sigma Fraternity Kappa Sigma is focused upon the Four Pillarsof Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship and Service.The fraternity promotes academic achievement and assist each member to achieve his academic potential. By helping members adjust to the college environment, we can help members pursue their degree goals. We teach young men social skills that will benefit them throughout their lifetime. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Korean International Student Association The Korean International Student Association is a club for anyone interested in indulging and sharing the Korean Culture. We do this by bringing the Korean culture to USC through the use of food, games, learning, and fun events that we host. We hope that through this club, more people will be introduced to and come to love the Korean culture. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Kosmic Dance Club at Carolina Our mission is to provide UofSC students a fun and safe space to freely express themselves through dance and physical activity all while bonding with other students of and genders, cultures, and backgrounds that share an interest in KPOP. No prior dance experience is required, so all are welcome! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Lady Business. Research shows that more than one in five women cannot afford menstrual hygiene products each month. In a world where periods are not optional, menstrual products are a necessity. Lady Business is an organization with a mission to provide women with proper education on their menstrual health and access to the feminine products they need. The issue of affordability and accessibility offeminine hygieneproducts is present both locally and abroad, and the mission of Lady Business is to fundraise for and donate to women in Columbia, as well as women in Guatemalaand other countries that USC students travel to on medical mission trips. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Lambda Alpha Epsilon We are a criminal justice organization who aim to provide members with connections to other CRJU majors/minors on campus. We set up events such as Q&A's with speakers as well as workshops. We are open to all majors on campus currently and encourage students who have any interest in CRJU to join! Campus Involvement 3 14 41 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Criminology & Criminal Justice
Latin American Student Organization The Latin American Student Organization (also known as LASO) is a student-led group that enables aspiring leaders of all academic interests,regardlessof race/ethnicity/background,from across the university to make a difference at the University of South Carolina and within the community. We strive to advance our culture and preserve our identity through continuous innovation, developing leaders, and by providing a truly unique and memorable experience. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Latin Dance Club Latin Dance Club teaches social Latin dances such as Salsa, Bachata, and Merengue in a stress-free environment. No experience necessary, everyone is welcome. All you need is the right attitude. We review the basics at the start of every class and have members that are happy to catch you up. We go out dancing in the salsa community as often as possible, and try to make everyone feel like they're part of the family. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Law Students of Color Collective The Law Students of Color Collective aims to promote diversity at USC School of Law and to improve the law school experience for groups currently underrepresented at USC and in the legal profession. Part of our goal is to unite voices of students from a multitude of racial, cultural and ethnic backgrounds and to provide a community of academic, personal, and career support for those students. Furthermore, we hope it will enhance the overall campus climate and help recruit students from groups that have been historically disadvantaged. Educational Support 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Library and Information Science Student Association The Library and Information Science Student Association (LISSA) at the University of South Carolina is a professional, social and service organization composed of students and alumni of the School of the Library and Information Science (SLIS). As a student chapter group of the American Library Association (ALA), LISSA provides its members opportunities for professional growth, networking, leadership and service to the community. Membership is open to any student enrolled in SLIS, as well as SLIS alumni. 3 18 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Information and Communications
LLC Graduate Students' Association The mission and purpose of the LLC Graduate Students' Association is to help other graduate students in the Languages Literatures and Cultures Dept. in any way possible, and if for some reason we cannot assist, we will direct them in the right direction, and we will find a resource that can help them. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Lutheran Campus Ministry College is a time when students are building their futures, but it is also a time for developing and growing in faith, and it's great to have a place to go for support along the way! We are a Lutheran based ministry, but all students are welcome- so if you are looking for a group where you can have fun, meet new people, and serve God all at the same time, LCM if for you! We have a weekly worship service and fellowship time, and throughout the year we have a variety of community service. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Master of Public Administration Student Association The goal of the Master of Public Administration Student Association is to support the educational advancement and professional endeavors of MPA students at the University of South Carolina. Educational Support 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Maternal and Child Health Student Association Maternal and Child Health Student Association (MCHSA) existsto connect multidisciplinary undergraduate and graduate students with interests in the maternal and child health (MCH)-related careers and topics, which include the health and well-being of mothers, infants, children, and adolescents. We offer a platform for students to meet and discuss MCH-related practice, research, careers, and current events. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
MBA Investment Banking Club The purpose of this organization is to create a place that finance-focused individuals can come together to discuss all things related to financial markets, investment management, and other economic topics that foster growth and financial literacy surrounding the investment banking industry. This club also looks to prepare its members to enter the investment banking industry. This includes but is not limited to interview tips and preparation, guest speakers from industry and other networking opportunities as seen fit. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
MedEx Academy Club Medical Explorers Academy, MedEx, is a pre-health summer internship program that takes place at the USC School of Medicine-Greenville in partnership with Prisma Health.The purpose of MedEx Academy Club is to reach out to students at the University of South Carolina who are interested in health professions by introducing them to this program and by aiding them during the application process. Workplace Experience 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
MedLife MEDLIFE believes that in order to improve the overall health and welfare of families and communities in need, a comprehensive approach is needed. With this goal in mind, MEDLIFE seeks to deliver aid through three broad avenues: Medicine, Education, and Development. Service 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Men's Lacrosse Club We are a group of men striving for success on and off the lacrosse field. As a competitive mens lacrosse team, we compete on a national level against other universities. We are members of the Southeastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) and play against fellow SEC schools as well as other teams across the country. Practice isheld at Bluff Rd fields next to William-Brice Stadium. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Men's Rugby Competitive mens rugby team competing on a national level against other universities. Rugby is a high contact, internationally popular sport similar in scope to American football played without pads. We compete in the Southeastern College Rugby Conference (SCRC) against fellow SEC schools for rugby 7's and 15's along with having been invited to 4 of the last 5 Collegiate Rugby Championship for 7's. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Men's Ultimate Frisbee Gamecock Ultimate aims to promote the sport of Ultimate frisbee and the spirit-of-the-game philosophy integral to the sport. We strive to develop talent and compete at the regional and national level against other university clubs. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Midtown College Midtown College is a Jesus-centered family on a mission. Our hope is to serve the University of South Carolina community. Wherever you are coming from, we want you to know that God loves you and wants a relationship with you. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Minorities And Philosophy (MAP) Minorities And Philosophy (also known as MAP) is an open organization that seeks to examine and address issues of minority participation in academic philosophy and to provide exposure to minority philosophers, philosophy done from minority perspectives, and philosophical problems that emerge from marginalized communities. Campus Involvement 3 14 48 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Philosophy
Minorities in America Minorities in America helps level the playing field for minority students by educating them on opportunities available. We also provide tutoring services to students who have financial barriers and our overall goal is to help low income minority students go and succeed in college. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Minorities in Computing Our goal is to help students take full advantage of the opportunities presented to them. The group aims to create a network among students to foster mutual support, bring awareness to student opportunities, promote professional development, develop mentoring relationships and provide supplemental instruction where needed. Educational Support 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Minority Association of Pre-Health Students The Minority Association of Pre-Health Students organization helps encourage undergraduate students here at the University of South Carolina to follow their path into any medical or pre-health field. This organization provides community service, professional speakers, activities/events for all pre-med students, study nights and so much more. With our chapter also being associated with the USC School of Medicine-Columbia, we also meet with the students from the medical school to help our members get more information on their experience and their paths. We encourage ALL Pre-Health students to come join MAPS! Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Mock Trial Team The UofSCMock Trial Program is a member of a national organization known as the American Mock Trial Association. Each year, AMTA writes and distributes a case packet to teams across the country, which includes all the materials necessary to compete at trial.Mock trial is a team activity that gives competitors the chance to explore the legal system and develop the advocacy skills needed to excel within it. It's a great way to learn how to excel under pressure, improve your oratory skills, and work with others. We host our own tournaments, travel the country, and elect our leadership from within. It's a great way to make friends on campus and off! Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Mu Sigma Phi A literary society founded in 1806 to advance the purpose of useful education by a liberal interchange of sentiments and ideas, upon suitable subjects, and for the acquisition of an agreeable and well-regulated elocution. Our primary activities to advance this purpose are oration and debate on topics ranging from politics to philosophy, sports to science. Campus Involvement 3 14 43 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences English
Murphy's Club Named in honor of the University of South Carlina alumnus Major Edward Murphy of the United States Army, who sacrificed his life in service on 6 April 2005. Murphy's Club is an organization of students who plan to enter the armed services and aim to develop their leadership skills, physical fitness, mental agility, and ability to perform in a team. All of these skills will culminate in the ability to not just succeed but excel in military-style schools both physically and mentally. Murphy's clubresembles and thrives off the traditions and ways found in the United States militaries. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Muslim Students Association Muslim Students Association is an organization to promote social interaction and services to Muslim students as well as showcase the diverse cultures that are prevalent here of UofSC within the Muslim community. We focus on two main events throughout the year and create a small family-like community within the organization. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
National Art Education Association Student Chapter The University of South Carolina's National Art Education Student Chapter holds yearly fundraisers forour members to attend of the South Carolina State and National NAEA conferences, provides professional development workshops, hosts craft workshops, and creates a community for "art edders" to engage with like minded individuals. Workplace Experience 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People promotes the economic, political, social, and educational status of all minority groups and works towards the elimination of all racial prejudices. 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
National Association of Black Accountants National Association of Black Accountants is a nonprofit organization that brings about opportunities for minority students who are in the business profession. This membership organization helps black professionals appreciate accounting, finance, as well as any other related business profession. Living by the motto "Lifting as we climb," we hope to motivate and help each student succeed in every aspect. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
National Association of Black Journalists Our mission is to establish a strong union among black students pursuing degrees in journalism, broadcasting, visual communications, public relations, mass communications and other majors interested in getting an insight into the media world. We offer members networking opportunities and resources that they need to be successful in the journalism field. Our members get the chance to cover events, create broadcast stories, write for our blog, and more. We are an open and inviting organization and we accept all people. Workplace Experience 3 18 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Information and Communications
National Community Pharmacists Association The University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy NCPA Chapters mission is to expose students to all aspects of community pharmacy and engage with the community through service projects. The organization hosts a wide array of professional development events and speakers who range in practice from independent pharmacy ownership to corporate district managers. Our goal is to develop leaders who will not only give back to their community but will advocate for the continued growth and success of community pharmacy. Workplace Experience 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
National Dance Education Organization NDEO is a great way to get involved in the dance community on the USC Campus. You do not need to be a dance or dance education major to join this organization! If you are interested in NDEO, but concerned about the time commitment, don't worry. There are only ten meetings and there will most likely be food at the meetings! If you have a love for dance and want to get involved in the dance community at USC, please come join us! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers The organization is dedicated to assisting black and other minority students and professionals in fully realizing their potential in academic, professional, and entrepreneurial pursuits in chemistry, chemical engineering, and allied field. Workplace Experience 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
National Pan Hellenic Council The National Pan-Hellenic is a collaborative organization of nine historically African American, International Greek lettered fraternities and sororities. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
National Society of Black Engineers The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) came into existence as an organization geared towards the recruitment, development, and retention of students in the engineering discipline. What has started as a small group of engineers at Purdue University has since evolved into one of the largest student run organizations in the country. We are a non-profit organization aimed at increasing awareness of opportunities in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields to the youth at neighboring high schools. The University of South Carolina chapter of NSBE also plans to attend conferences where our students will have a chance to network, develop professional skills, and market themselves to a variety of companies. Workplace Experience 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
National Society of Collegiate Scholars The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is an honors organization that recognizes and elevates high achievers. NSCS provides career, graduate school, leadership, and service opportunities and gives out over a million dollars in scholarships. We also partner with a national nonprofit, Active Minds, to raise awareness about mental health. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
National Sports Media Association The National Sports Media Association, Inc. is an organization of more than 1,000 members that honors excellence in the sports media/journalism industry, while passing along our knowledge and history through the generations.The objectives of this student chapter is to encourage the understanding of current theories and procedures in the practice of journalism and sports media. We provide and promote a better understanding of the functions of sports media and encourage sports media professionalism. Workplace Experience 3 18 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Information and Communications
Net Impact Net Impactis an organization oriented around betterunderstanding sustainability. It is a leading national nonprofit that empowers a new generation to use their careers to drive transformational change in the workplace and the world. The University of South Carolina Net Impact Chapter focuses primarily on sustainability initiatives and CSR endeavors for businesses. We strive to increase students' awareness and understanding of the many facets of sustainability in global markets and how it can play a part in anyone's career trajectory. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Network for the Advancement of Minority Musicians The Network for the Advancement of Minority Musicians is an organization that provides a supportive and productive atmosphere for minority musicians to network with professionals in the city and region, promote success in academics, musicianship, and the knowledge and appreciation for other music traditions Workplace Experience 3 25 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Music
Network of Enlightened Women The Network of Enlightened Women educates, equips, and empowers women to be principled leaders for a free society. We will discuss the opportunities and challenges facing women today. NeW gives women a sense of community, leadership, networking, professional development, intellectual diversity, exclusive opportunities, scholarships and national conferences. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Neuroscience Club The Neuroscience Clubis a group founded to foster a shared passion for learning about the brain. Open to every student regardless of their major, our purpose is to increase engagement and education of neuroscience by exposing students to the neuroscience research being conducted on campus. Furthermore, we aim to showcase diverse career opportunities in the interdisciplinary field of neuroscience. We intend to increase knowledge of the brain and bring awareness to mental health and brain disorders and diseases through community service. Workplace Experience 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Nippon Anime Society of Heavenly Imagery We are the anime club at Columbia's University of South Carolina. our members. If you want to draw, if you want to cosplay, if you want to play games, or even just gush over your favorite manga, or TV show to a group of pals, we have your back, so don't forget to drop by! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Off Off Broadway We are a musical theatre student organization at the University of South Carolina, Columbia campus comprised of USC students, faculty, and staff members. We challenge ourselves to produce quality performances, provide leadership abilities, and foster a community through a shared interest in musical theatre. We promote the overall well-being of our fellow members and adhere to the Carolinian Creed as students of the University of South Carolina. Campus Involvement 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Omega Phi Alpha Do you have a passion for service and sisterhood? Our chapter plans projects and serves within the university community, community-at-large, members of the sorority, and nations of the world. We love to share our passions with other students organizations and work together to foster change! Each sister has the opportunity to gain leadership experience, a loving, supportive sisterhood, and confidence in their abilities to give back to the community. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The goal of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc is to promote manhood, scholarship, perseverance, and uplift. Omega Psi Phi was founded on the campus of Howard University on November 17, 1911. The Mighty Illustrious Zeta Zeta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi was incorporated here on the University of South Carolina campus on Friday April 14, 1973. The motto of our beloved fraternity is "Friendship is essential to the soul." Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Omicron Delta Kappa The purpose of the Omicron Delta Kappa Society is to recognize those who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities, bring together the most representative students in all areas of collegiate life, and to bring together members of the faculty and student body on a basis of mutual interest in understanding. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
One Love Foundation One Love was created in 2010 to honor the memory of Yeardley Love. One Love works to ensure others have information about the difference between healthy relationships and unhealthy??"potentially dangerous relationships??"that Yeardley, her friends and family did not.By increasing understanding, inspiring action and empowering this generation to lead, we will create a movement that changes the statistics around relationship violence and ultimately saves lives. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Operation Smile Club The vision of Operation Smile lies in the belief that every child who is suffering from a cleft lip or cleft palate deserves exceptional surgical care. Operation Smile takes responsibility for every child with a facial deformity. If we do not step up and take care of the children, then there is no guarantee that anyone else will. Operation Smile is open to anyone willing to raise awareness and money for the cause; there is no exclusion when it comes to helping people. Students of all majors can find a role with Operation Smile at USC. Our main goal is fundraising for cleft surgeries, but students can extend their involvement nationally and internationally. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Order of Omega Order of Omega is the premier leadership honor society for members of Greek organizations. Order of Omega recognizes juniors and seniors in the Greek community who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and involvement within their respective organization and within the Greek, campus, and local community. Order of Omega is comprised of the top 7% of members from the Greek community. Leadership 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Orientation Leaders Association The Orientation Leaders Association trains student leaders to aide in the transition of first year students and families to the UofSC campus. Orientation leaders are expected to demonstrate knowledge of the university, its services, and campus resources to inform the students and families. Leaders also serve as a role model to incoming students by embodying the Carolinian Creed and representing the university with enthusiasm. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Orthodox Christian Fellowship "Orthodox Christian Fellowship meets the religious needs, fosters fellowship, and provides a forum for discussion among Orthodox Christian students and students interested in Orthodox Christianity. Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) is the official collegiate campus ministry program under the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America. OCF transforms the lives of college students in the United States and Canada by guiding them along the path to Jesus Christ through His Church, cultivating a campus community of worship, witness, service, fellowship and education. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pan-African Student Association (PANASA) The Pan-African Student Association (PANASA) is an organization for Africans and friends of Africa, with members from African countries, America and international students from other continents. We host fun activities and events throughout the semester that help provide a community for African students and allow other students to learn about our cultures.PANASA invites you to join our community! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pancakes for Parkinson's The objective of Pancakes for Parkinson's is to raise awareness and funds for Parkinsons disease research and 100% of the proceeds will go to the Michael J. Fox Foundation. The club will consist of a team of dedicated committee members that plan a few events throughout the year. P4P is open to a variety of creative events, not only selling pancakes, so all ideas are welcomed! Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pediatric Pharmacy Association PPA is committed to serving as pediatric pharmacy advocates within the community and healthcare system in order to improve the health and wellbeing of children. This is done though a variety of philanthropic events. Service 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Percussion Society The USC Percussion Society works to support the activities of the percussion studio and increase the attendance and awareness of percussion events around campus and the Columbia areas. Campus Involvement 3 25 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Music
Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International at the University of South Carolina is a fraternity that links students and teachers of law with members of the legal profession and community. We are co-ed and open to all majors and classes andgenerally hold a recruitment process at the beginning of each semester. As the Pre-Law chapter of this organization, we assist undergraduate students on their journey to law school by introducing them to types of law through members of the legal community in the area, as well as the LSAT process, and law school visits. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Phi Alpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta is anAmerican honor society forundergraduate andgraduate students andprofessors ofhistory.This is an Honors Society open to all majors who meet the proper GPA and History course requirements. The organization is designed to offer a community for those interested in History, as well as provide the opportunity for students to attend regional and national conferences where they can present and share their work. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. The purpose of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated is to uphold the high ideals of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service. Under the concept of Inclusion rather than exclusion, Phi Beta Sigma prides itself on providing membership to men who are qualified academically. Sigma men are men of scholarship who exemplify academic achievement at the University of South Carolina. Men that are friends and friendly to all around them to the fullest - offering up help, a kind word of support, or a smile. Finally, being men of service, Sigma men provide support to the community and most importantly to the students, faculty, and staff of USC-Columbia. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Phi Chi Theta "Phi Chi Theta is a professional business fraternity that focuses on teaching its members valuable business skills and providing experiences that will allow each individual the opportunity to be successful in any aspect of business. PCTprovidesprofessional development via workshops and seminars with guest speakers and presenters. A strong emphasis of PCT is to network with faculty in the Moore School to bridge the gap between students and faculty. Phi Chi Theta represents a fraternity lifestyle that is a balance between professional, social, and philanthropic aspects. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Phi Delta Chi With over 60,000 initiated Brothers, Phi Delta Chi is one of the largest pharmacy fraternities in the country. Nearly 1 in every 12 pharmacists is a Phi Delta Chi Brother. We are proud of our heritage and strive to position our Brothers as the leaders of a great profession. We hope that you take the time to read about our heritage and join us as the "Leaders in Pharmacy." Educational Support 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity We are Phi Delta Epsilon, SC Alpha chapter. Here at USC we strive to achieve goals that help others, whether it be through clinical volunteering, fundraising, or supporting one another in the journey to medical school. Our goal is to provide our new members with not only an education of what it is to be a Fraternity member, but also with information to strengthen their self esteem, to enhance their character, and to develop their leadership potential in the field of medicine. Campus Involvement 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Theta was organized with the principle objectives of the cultivation of friendship among its members, the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality. Phi Delta Theta Fraternity strives to help every individual meet is true potential. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) Phi Gamma Delta unites men in enduring friendships, stimulates the pursuit of knowledge, and builds courageous leaders who serve the world with the best that is in them.Our vision iso be an active, vital force of men who courageously live our values and make a positive impact on college and community.Each of our brothers seeks friendship, knowledge, service, morality, and excellence. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc. We are the Distinguished Dons of the Beta Iota Chapter of Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc. We were founded on December 31, 1931 -- making us the oldest Latino fraternity still in existence. The Beta Iota Chapter at USC is the FIRST Latino-based Fraternity in the state of South Carolina. We emphasize our values of Pan-Americanism, an ideal formed by the men who formed Mexico, Central, and South America. We uphold the values of Strength, Integrity, and Friendship with the highest honor. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Sigma promotes brotherhood and social, cultural interaction through trust, honor, respect, knowledge, responsibility, wisdom, and integrity. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Phi Kappa Tau Founded in 2017, our social fraternity belongs under the National Phi Kappa Tau Organization. Our mission is to produce quality "men of distinction" within the University of South Carolina by participating in social events and educational lessons. Events include social gatherings, community service, and philanthropy. Educational lessons promote leadership, networking/ interpersonal relationships, self efficacy, and physical/ mental wellness. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Phi Lambda Sigma - Zeta Chapter Phi Lambda Sigma -Zeta Chapter- promotes leadership and distinction among students of Pharmacy. Leadership 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Phi Mu Here at Phi Mu, our values are love, honor, and truth. These ideals guide the way in which we treat our sisters, excel academically, and help our community. Phi Mu promotes vibrant living, encouraging members to achieve their personal best. At Lambda Theta, its not who you will become- its who youve always been. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Phi Mu Alpha Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is the worlds oldest and largest secret national fraternal society in music. Sinfonia was born on October 6, 1898, at the New England Conservatory in Boston, when a group of thirteen young men under the guidance of Ossian Everett Mills met to consider the social life of the young men students of that institution [and] to devise ways and means by which it might be improved. The opportunity of becoming a Sinfonian is offered to as many men as possible who, through a love for music, can assist in the fulfillment of the Fraternitys Object and ideals either by adopting music as a profession or by working to advance the cause of music in America. Campus Involvement 3 25 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Music
Phi Sigma Kappa The three main purposes of Phi Sigma Kappa is to promote brotherhood, stimulate scholarship, and develop character. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Phi Sigma Pi "Phi Sigma Pi was founded on February 14, 1916 and includes more than 140 Chapters at colleges and universities across the United States. We accept students from all majors with a 3.0 GPA or higher and host a variety of events throughout the semester that align with our tripod of Scholarship, Leadership, and Fellowship. Phi Sigma Pi has adopted the Hugh OBrian Youth Leadership organization (HOBY) as its national philanthropy, and the Chapter is committed to supporting their mission in addition to partnering with local philanthropic organizations. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Pi Beta Phi The mission of Pi Beta Phi is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha is a fraternal organization established to set integrity, intellect, and achievement for our members, host institutions, and the communities in which we live. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pi Kappa Phi The mission of Pi Kappa Phi is to create an uncommon and lifelong brotherhood that develops leaders and encourages service to others for the betterment of our communities. We hope our members will put service before self and be a leader that improves the world around him. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pi Mu Epsilon Pi Mu Epsilon is an organization dedicated to the promotion of mathematics on campusand recognition of students who successfully pursue mathematical understanding. Leadership 3 14 47 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Mathematics
Pi Tau Sigma, Deta Tau Chapter The object of Pi Tau Sigma is to encourage and recognize superior scholarship, to foster the high ideals of the engineering profession, and to stimulate interest in coordinate departmental activities. Leadership 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Planned Parenthood Generation Action Generation Action is Planned Parenthoods collegiate arm that is focused on student involvement in Planned Parenthoods various missions regarding reproductive health and freedom. We discuss what is happening in South Carolina regarding womens rights, how we feel about the national political climate in regards to reproductive rights, and how we can get involved in political and community activism. In the USC community, we host events advocating for various initiatives such as safe sex education, getting tested, and dispelling stigma for reproductive health care. The mainpurpose of PPGA is to involve students with Planned Parenthoods mission and expose our community to the importance of reproductive rights. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Plant-Based Pals Plant-Based Pals is an organization that exists to act as a meeting place for anyone that lives, is interested in, or curious about a plant-based lifestyle. You do not have to be vegan or vegetarian to be in the club. We simply hope that you will be willing to try new things and keep an open mind. We hope Plant Based Pals inspires you to make new friends, suggest recipes and books, discuss controversies, volunteer in gardens, and experiment with new plant based dishes. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Political Science Graduate Student Organization The Political Science Graduate Student Organization serves as a representative organization to voice graduate student concerns/suggestions to departmental faculty and to promote professional development. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pre-Health Virtual Journal Club Due to the gap in opportunities available to pre-medical students during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, thisvirtual journal club, led by and for the pre-medical student population at the University of South Carolina, will attempt to fill that void. By reading at least one current research article related to health care and health sciences and engaging in a virtual club meeting every week, students will be able to further their exploration of the career field. In addition, students can demonstrate to medical and other professional schools that they made the best of this difficult situation and found a novel opportunity to further their commitment to healthcare and science. Research 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Pre-Student Osteopathic Medical Association Pre-SOMA is the undergraduate division of the Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA) , a national organization of students pursing a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Degree. Pre-SOMA is a way for pre-medical students to become a part of this community before getting into medical school. Its a way to help decide if osteopathic medicine is for you Workplace Experience 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT As a National Organization, PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT, chooses young ladies who arehealth leaders to organize Sweat Shows" nationwide and at our nations colleges to combatchildhoodobesity by educating the next generation of parents, so they can pass along healthy habits.During our fitness parties, we encourage students to make positive life choices to improve their physical and mental health through exercise, teamwork, nutrition, networking, gratitude and community service. Participating students have a safe place to enhance their lives with their peers, mentors, fitness coaches, and health experts. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Project Vida Project Vida is a public-health oriented outreach program that makes biweekly visits to two different children's shelters to educate and encourage them to adapt healthy lifestyles. We alternatebetween visiting St. Lawrence Place, a transitional homeless shelter, and Ezekiel Ministries, an after school program for inner city children. At these visits, we present a short lesson involving the health topic of that day (Hygiene, Exercise, Nutrition etc.) and then facilitate related games, crafts, and activities. Project Vida is always excited to have new members and is a great opportunity for students looking for fun service hours and a way to get more involved in theColumbia community Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Psi Chi The mission of Psi Chi is to produce a well-educated, ethical, and socially responsible member committed to contributing to the science and profession of psychology and to society in general. We do this by advancing the science and profession of psychology, promoting ethical and socially responsible members and leaders, and recognizing and fostering the contributions that diversity makes to the science and practice of psychology. Leadership 3 14 51 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Psychology
Public Health Society The Public Health Society aims to educate and inform students about the field in preparation for their future. We host public health professionals and graduate students, and we provide community service opportunities for our members. Our meetings include a guest speaker, and in the past, we have had public health professionals from government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and graduate students to share their passions and experiences. Workplace Experience 3 24 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Public Health
Public Relations Student Society of America The Public Relations StudentSociety of America (PRSSA) is an international organization that aims to encourage and develop students interested in public relations and communications. We help members develop professional skills, leadership skills, provide networking opportunities, and harbor a community for excited individuals who are passionate about public relations and communications.PRSSA helps enhance your knowledge of the field of public relations and communications, broaden your network and launch your career in public relations. Our parent organization,the Public Relations Societyof America (PRSA) offers resources such as internship and job portal, conferences, and a community after graduation. Workplace Experience 3 18 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Information and Communications
Ratio Christi Ratio Christi (Latin for The Reason of Christ) is a global movement that equips university students and faculty to give historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for following Jesus Christ. Bringing together faith and reason to establish the intellectual voice of Christ in the University, Ratio Christi is planting student and faculty led apologetics clubs at universities around the world. Students, engaged in the battle for the mind, learn to defend God's existence, the reliability of the Bible, and the fact of Christs resurrection. We seek a Renaissance of Christian Thinking in the University. 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Reformed University Fellowship Reformed University Fellowship (also known as RUF) is a campus ministry that has a heart for the Gospel and a heart for the University of South Carolina. We consist of weekly large groups and worship, small groups, and endless conversations over coffee. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Rehabilitation Counseling Student Association The objectives of the Rehabilitation Counseling Student Association shall be to provide service to and advocate for person with disabilities as well as promote members' growth, both personally and professionally. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Residence Hall Association RHA represents the interests of the residents at UofSC. The organization serves as both a governing body and a programming body. Each residence hall at the University of South Carolina has a Hall Government. Three representatives from each Hall Government attend a weekly Senate Meeting. Resolutions asking for visitation plan changes, smoking issues on-campus and legal downloading have been debated in the past. Additionally, the Hall Government plans programming for their residence halls. Many programs are on safety, diversity, sustainability and wellness and these programs serve as an opportunity for residents to meet each other and enjoy their residential community at UofSC. Leadership 3 11 29 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Resident Mentor Council Resident Mentor Council, or RM Council provides the unifying voice for students in the RM role across campus. We seek to evaluate and improve the position as a whole when needed and create a space for meaningful interaction between residence hall communities. Throughout the academic year, we work on various initiatives to address and fulfill these goals while strengthening the Resident Mentor social network. Leadership 3 11 29 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Housing & Well-Being
Resonance A Cappella Founded in 2015, Resonance has sought to explore music beyond the typical a cappella repertoire. To that end, we emphasize the fun of music by creating an a cappella group by singers, for singers. No experience needed! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Restaurant & Lodging Association The Restaurant & Lodging Association is a new organization on campus open to ALL majors fostering an environment for students to explore the industry and develop unique skills that they will need to succeed professionally. Our mission is to provide students with opportunities that will advance their knowledge of the industry, create opportunities professionally, and prepare them to succeed. Through virtual meetings featuring guest speakers and individuals working in the industry, we wish to provide an inviting space where students can learn more about their passion. Workplace Experience 3 17 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management
Rhetoric Society of America As a professional organization for those in the disciplines of rhetoric, composition, and communication, RSA@USC hold several scholarly, professionalization, and social events each semester. We annually host speakers and help to put on the Carolina Rhetoric Conference. Campus Involvement 3 14 43 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences English
Rho Chi Society, Beta Alpha Chapter Rho Chi Society, Beta Alpha Chapter, works to encourage and recognize excellence in intellectual achievement and instill the desire to pursue critical inquiry to advance the profession of pharmacy. This organization appoints new members in the spring semester based off of academic requirements. New members are inducted at our organization's banquet to recognize their achievements. Leadership 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Roosevelt Institute The Roosevelt Institution is a non-profit, non-partisan network of student think tanks. Its member conduct policy research and delivers proposals to policymakers and advocacy groups as it organizes a next generation of leaders. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Rotaract Club Carolina Rotaract, is the USC chapter of a worldwide service organization affiliated with Rotary International. Chartered in November of 2012, we are responsible for organizing multiple local and international service projects while encouraging personal and professional development and fellowship. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Save the Children Action Network Club This organization shall serve the purpose of spreading awareness and advocating in support of issues affecting kids. Were building bipartisan will and voter support to make sure every child in the U.S. has access to high-quality early learning and that no mother or child around the globe dies from a preventable disease or illness. The policy priorities of this organization are to expand access to high-quality early learning programs domestically and to end the preventable deaths of mothers and children internationally. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
SAVVY SAVVY is a multicultural female-discussion based organization that focuses on the empowerment of women in all aspects. It helps to create networking opportunities for women at USC through community service, coordinating campus wide events with other student-led organizations, and meaningful discussions that are regarding events that effect society whether it be trending or continuous. Our goal is to also keep you involved and fully aware of campus activities and opportunities throughout the community. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Saxophone Association The Saxophone Association is a place to discuss issues relevant to professional saxophone playing and teaching, bringing in guest artists, and lecturers. Campus Involvement 3 25 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Music
SC Wildlife Federation Chapter The SC Wildlife Federation Chapter works to support our state's wildlife and natural habitats through volunteering, education, advocacy, outreach, and service. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
SCAWWA Carolina Student Chapter The SCAWWA Carolina Student Chapter is a not-for-profit, professional organization for graduate and undergraduate students interested in and/or planning to enter the water industry or related profession. The specific objectives of this Chapter shall be to promote the common professional interests of its members and to further the purposes of the Chapter through not-for-profit activities including, but not limited to, education, training, meetings, publications, and philanthropic work. Service 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Scholars United "A continuing goal of scholar programs is to build and maintain the sense of community that exists in the Carolina Top Scholar community. As members of Scholars United, all Top Scholars have the opportunity to participate in the creation and execution of their own enrichment activities. Scholars United events are entirely planned and led by our Top Scholars, in an effort to organize social, service, and professional development opportunities. Traditional events include Soda City Socials, picnics on the Horseshoe, a fall formal, and glow-in-the-dark capture the flag." Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Scorch Ultimate Carolina Women's Club Ultimate Frisbee Scorch Ultimate is a club-level sport at the University of South Carolina, holding membership within USC Club Sports. Scorch Ultimate is comprised of female University of South Carolina students, freshman through graduate level. The team consists of students from a wide variety of academic areas, including pre-med, nursing, business, social work, Russian, etc. Scorch Ultimate is overall a tight knit family, supporting each other both on and off the field. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
SEAS-Students Engaged in Aquatic Science SEAS is a great way for students to get involved in a community of ocean stewards. We host engaging speakers ranging from USC marine science faculty to professionals in aquatic industries which is a wonderful opportunity to learn about exciting research, potential career paths, and other ocean-related news.We take trips to local aquariums, research trips to the Baruch Institute-USC's coastal lab, provide education outreach to local schools, volunteer with environmental organizations, and host social events. Campus Involvement 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
See the Difference See The Difference was founded after Taylor Faherty traveled to Costa Rica over spring break on a Capstone Scholars medical trip. She noticed that despite giving all of her patients an eye exam, the clinic was unable to provide any treatment for their conditions. Upon returning to the US, she immediately began collecting eyeglasses to send back to the community with which she worked. Today, See the Difference has collected over 1,000 pairs of donated prescription glasses through established partnerships with local Columbia churches. Our organization cleans and assigns prescription to each pair of glasses before sending full boxes on medical mission trips to Latin American countries. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Seidokan Aikido Club of South Carolina The Seidokan Aikido club offers regular martial arts and self-defense training. Aikido's gentle nature allows for controlling a situation without resorting to physical harm. In addition to practices, the club holds regular socials and special events. To join the club, simply show up to a practice and pay the $20/semester dues. We encourage you to attend a practice before you join to see if you like it. You do not need to attend every meeting to be a member, and you can also join any time during the semester. We hope to see you on the mat! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
SGTV SGTV creates informative and entertaining programming that is specific to UofSC students but enjoyable by all. Our organization gives students a practical application of Media Arts, Journalism, and Visual Communications coursework in a safe learning environment where taking risks and trying new things are encouraged. We prepare students to be competitive in the job market and give them a chance to share their voice. Our alumni have worked in places like Los Angeles, Jacksonville, Atlanta, and New York in various capacities for production houses, professional sports teams, and news stations. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Shandon College Ministry We are a group of college students and adult leaders that exist to engage all of our campuses with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Each week, our students study Gods Word together across Columbia in community groups, worship together at Thrive on Thursday Nights in the Capstone Ballroom, and come together as one at Shandon Baptist Church on Sunday Mornings. Whether you are exploring your faith for the first time or looking to step into student leadership, you are invited to join us, as we seek to know, love, and enjoy the Living God and each other. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Shandon Internationals You will find friends here! Shandon Internationals meets every Monday night near campus to study the Bible and talk about life. Every Thursday night we hangout, practice English and learn about each other's culture. We look forward to getting to know you! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon promotes brotherhood and social cultural interaction as defined in the National Constitution of the organization. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon promotes brotherhood and social cultural interaction as defined in the National Constitution of the organization. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sigma Alpha Iota- International Music Fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota is an organization which promotes interaction among those who share a commitment to music. Members of SAI are active in all areas of campus music and campus life, working closely with faculty, administration, campus and community groups, music professionals and patrons. In addition to personal encouragement and support, members may receive scholarships, loans and awards in many areas and at all levels of music-related study. Sigma Alpha Iota has long been recognized as a leader in the field of music and provides a lifetime of fraternity contact. Campus Involvement 3 25 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Music
Sigma Alpha Lambda Sigma Alpha Lambda strives to promote academic excellence at the chapter and national level, and to encourage high academic achievement among collegiate students. We engage university students, faculty, and staff in meaningful, relevant service initiatives and raise awareness for worthwhile causes. Lastly, we promote an understanding of the service model of leadership, to educate on the philosophy of leading through service, and to develop leaders who incorporate service into their lives. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Sigma Alpha Omega The purpose of this national organization is to assemble Christian women in Christ-centered sororities for the purpose of fellowship, service, and social activities.AllSigma Alpha Omegaactivities are designed to fulfill the ideals of the sorority. These ideals are: Christian Leadership, Sisterhood, Spiritual Development, Campus Leadership, Good Scholarship, Fine Standards, Service, Excellence, and Love through Life in Christ. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sigma Chi Sigma Chi works to cultivate the high ideals of friendship, justice, and learning within their members. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. It is the mission of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. to enhance the quality of life for women and their families in the U.S. and globally through community service, civil, and social action. Our goal is to achieve greater progress in the areas of education, health awareness, and leadership development. Our members, affiliates, staff, and community partners work to create and support initiatives that align with our vision. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc. Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc. is the largest, historically Latino-based social fraternity established with multicultural membership. To nurture and further a dynamic, value-based environment which utilizes our historically Latino based fraternity as a catalyst to better serve the needs and wants of all people. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sigma Nu Fraternity Sigma Nu Fraternity works to develop ethical leaders inspired by the principles of the fraternity: love, honor, and truth. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sigma Omega Upsilon International Business Fraternity The brothers of this fraternity are made up of high-achieving, passionate individuals who want to get the most out of their college experience. Sigma Omega Upsilon is the first of its kind at the University of South Carolina. We have pioneered an organization that speaks to the needs of students that want to go above and beyond in their careers. Sigma Omega Upsilon pushes brothers to realize that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts and strives to create a network on a global scale in which to interact and achieve. Campus Involvement 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon is a social fraternity dedicated to developing a sound mind and sound body by building balanced leaders for the world's communities. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sigma Psi Mu Sigma Psi Mu is a co-ed professional Sport & Entertainment Fraternity, founded at the University of South Carolina, organized to provide a platform for highly involved and academically gifted SPTE students. It is our mission to grow our brotherhood through professional development, social bonding, and real-world networking opportunities. We do so in order to prepare and develop professionally for a career in the sport, entertainment and venue industries. Sigma Psi Mu strives to benefit not only its members, but all University of South Carolina SPTE students, staff, and faculty. Campus Involvement 3 17 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management
Snaps Music Appreciation Snaps is world renowned (or at least holds a cult following) for providing angsty e-boys and e-girls a safe haven amongst the service clubs, Greek letters, and organizational resume fodder. What we ask of you is simple: Show up, listen to some music with us, maybe grab some coffee or cookies, and learn more about artists or music as a whole. Campus Involvement 3 25 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Music
Social Work Student Association The Social Work Student Association promotes service, social justice, and social work values while providing leadership opportunities and friendship for graduate Social Work students. Campus Involvement 3 22 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Social Work
Society for Advancement of the Chemical Sciences The Society for Advancement of the Chemical Sciences (SACS) is an organization geared towards graduate students in the department of chemistry and biochemistry which aims to create social events for networking opportunities as well as a break from the long hours of work expected of us. This organization puts on many events for the chemistry and biochemistry students and faculty including a large barbecue at the beginning of the year as well as SACS lunches throughout the year. Campus Involvement 3 14 40 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Chemistry & Biochemistry
Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering The Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) is a global professional member society, provides information on new materials and processing technology either via conferences, exhibitions, technical forums, publications, or books in which professionals in this field can exchange ideas and air their views. As the only technical society encompassing all fields of endeavor in materials and processes, SAMPE provides a unique and valuable forum for scientists, engineers, and academicians. Campus Involvement 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Society of Automotive Engineers FSAE Electric is an international collegiate design competition where teams from Universities around the world build electric race car to a common rule book, created and judged by the volunteer Automotive professionals through the Society of Automotive Engineers. Campus Involvement 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers SHPE at University of South Carolina is a fully inclusive organization that focusses on helping it's members achieve their goals regarding academia and professional development. SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development Workplace Experience 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Society of Human Resource Management The purpose of the UofSC Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is to: Afford students the opportunity to gain knowledge and insight into the fields of human resources and industrial relations through affiliation and association with the local, regional and national SHRM sponsors, Keep students up-to-date on new developments in the field of human resource management, Encourage the growth and continuation of the professional/career-oriented goals and aspects of the society in members. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Society of Manufacturing Engineers We serve the manufacturing industry as a nonprofit by promoting advanced manufacturing technology and developing a skilled workforce. We hold regular factory tours, talks from industry leaders, and networking events.We cater to a wide variety of majors and interests. Please come by and talk to us if there is any place you would like to visit and we can most likely arrange it. Workplace Experience 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Society of Physics Students The SPS exists to help students transform themselves into contributing members of the professional community, as well as aid in students navigating the physics curriculum. Course work develops only one range of skills. Other skills needed to flourish professionally include effective communication and personal interactions, leadership experience, establishing a personal network of contacts, presenting scholarly work in professional meetings and journals, and outreach services to the campus and local communities. We also acknowledge that it is not easy to complete a physics degree. As such, our members who are in their junior and senior years make sure to take time to help newer students both cope with the stress of classes and learn what they should be learning from their courses. Even for members who are not physics majors, this club is a way to participate in physics outreach around Columbia and keep up to date with events going on within the physics community. Workplace Experience 3 14 49 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Physics
Society of Pre-Health Professionals in Genetics The Society of Pre-Health Professionals in Genetics (SPHPG) is an organization of undergraduate and graduate students who share a common interest in genetics and healthcare. It was founded in 2017 by genetic counseling graduate students at the University of South Carolina. We're passionate about promoting healthcare careers in genetics, and providing resources and support to individuals interested in pursuing these careers. Workplace Experience 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Society of Supply Chain Operations Excellence (SCOPE) The Society of Supply Chain and Operations Excellence (SCOPE) aims to be a primary resource for the educational and professional development of all students at USC interested in Global Supply Chain and Operations Management by providing a platform to gain a broader understanding of supply chain trends and current issues, creating career opportunities, and increasing USC's visibility in the professional supply chain and operations management community. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Society of Women Engineers To fulfill our mission, the Society of Women Engineers at the University of South Carolina we promote and foster an inclusive community within the College of Engineering & Computing and provide activity based programs for the youth in our community to cultivate an interest in the field of engineering. We facilitate professional development and opportunities for career growth for its members. Workplace Experience 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Sociology Graduate Student Association The Sociology Graduate Student Association is committed to enhancing the academic experience of students at the University of South Carolina through outreach and events designed to highlight the valuable resources provided by the discipline and department. Campus Involvement 3 14 53 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Sociology
South Carolina Athletic Training Student Association Organization forUniversity of South Carolina students interested in athletic training as a career path. Open to students of any major who want to learn more about the profession. We bring in speakers from all aspect of the sports world to talk to the members about how to be a better health care professional. Workplace Experience 3 30 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Athletics
South Carolina Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, Student Division FBA Student Division differs from the UofSC Law SBA. The Student Bar Association (SBA) acts as the legislative, governing, and social organizers of the students of the law school.FBA is specifically geared towards federal practice for law students. Federal practice is a separate practice than state practice. The National Federal Bar Association designates Student Divisions at ABA Accredited Law Schools to work with state chapters to further federal practice, mentorship, and interaction with federal judges and practitioners. FBA Student division is wholly focused on preparing UofSC Law students to enter the federal practice upon graduation. Our membership focuses on the nuance of federal practice, the separate federal rules for both civil and criminal court, and practice in federal appellate courts. Workplace Experience 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
South Carolina Club Basketball USC Club Basketball has been around for 5 years now. We had a taste of what it's like being on top, we were ranked number 1 in the nation for 3 weeks. Now, we need to piece everything together and capture the national championship title. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
South Carolina Club Gymnastics This club offers mens and womens recreational and competitive gymnastics. It is open to students with all levels of experience, whether you have never done gymnastics before or have been competing for 16 years. The team is a National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs (NAIGC) registered team. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
South Carolina eSports Club Here at Esports, we indulge in gaming in all forms. From iPhone to X-Box to Tamagotchi, Esports loves gaming in all genres and all platforms. We watch games, design games, but most importantly, we play games! Whether for fun or for fame, we all play, and we understand that playing is more fun with friends! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
South Carolina IHSA Club Equestrian Team Our team is made up of riders at all levels, from experienced Medal/Maclay competitors to students with no prior riding experience, and horses are provided for tryouts, practices, and shows. We are based just outside Columbia at beautiful Three Fox Farm in Blythewood. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
South Carolina Organization of Real Estate "At the South Carolina Organization of Real Estate, our goal is you. We aim to provide interested students with the professional opportunities, skills development, and real-world experiences needed to ensure success in the real estate industry.Students from all majors are welcome to join this club. Come join us and see how you can find your fit in the real estate industry. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
South Carolina Student College of Clinical Pharmacy The goal of our organization is to promote clinical pharmacy by enabling our students to become leaders, clinical thinkers, and problem solvers. By creating discussions between pharmacist leaders in the community we engage students in learning about new career opportunities and future avenues in the profession. With service events, we hold our members to a high standard of outreach within the community. Through the Clinical Pharmacy Challenge and Research Challenge that we host each year, students can test their clinical pharmacy knowledge. Our members become leaders in the clinical profession of pharmacy, paving new roads for expert patient care. Campus Involvement 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
South Carolina Student Legislature South Carolina Student Legislature is a statewide mock-legislature, reminiscent of Youth in Government. First started in the 1950's, SCSL has chapters at major universities across the state. Each semester, delegations from member schools gather for a legislative session to present and debate bills in a mock General Assembly. Workplace Experience 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
South Carolina Trumpet Association The South Carolina Trumpet Association is a resource to current trumpet students at the University of South Carolina to provide information, assistance, and musical awareness. Campus Involvement 3 25 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Music
South Carolina Women's Club Soccer The SC Women's Club Soccer team travels and competes throughout the Southeast region. Due to the unusual year we are having we are working with other club sports and our directors to have a safe yet fun and inviting environment. Our seasons consists of both a Fall and a Spring semester season. We play within our regional league in the Fall as well as some tournaments but that is cancelled this year. Our Spring season consist of traveling to multiple tournaments throughout the southern region of the United States, as well as several matches throughout. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
South Carolina Women's Club Volleyball We are a group of girls who love to play volleyball and want to challenge ourselves each time we compete. At the NCVF National Tournament in April, we got a glimpse of the potential that this club has and this year we are striving to be more competitive than ever and represent the University of South Carolina well. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Campus Recreation ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Speech Language Pathology and Audiology Interest Group (SLPAIG) The Speech Language Pathology and Audiology Interest Group (SLPAIG) works with the graduate program NSSHLA, the only national student organization for pre-professionals interested in the study of speech-language pathology and audiology recognized by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). The mission of the organization is to inspire, empower, and support students in the field of communication sciences and disorders. SLPAIG gives you the tools to navigate your academic career while preparing you for your professional one. Campus Involvement 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Spelling Bee Club The club is open to anyone who is looking to refine their spelling skills and who would potentially want to compete! The purpose of this club is not only to help members improve their spelling, but to expand their vocabulary and advance their English usage as well. Another focus of the club is reading comprehension skills. It is intended to be a fun way to engage students in learning, while promoting healthy competition. Campus Involvement 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Sport and Entertainment Law Society The purpose of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society shall be to connect passionate students with relevant and interesting legal topics in the worlds of sports and entertainment. This society is open to current UofSC School of Law Students. Educational Support 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Sport and Entertainment Management Graduate Student Association This association aspires to come together as graduate students in the Sports and Entertainment Management Program at the University of South Carolina that can offer practical experience and provide superior learning and networking opportunities. Workplace Experience 3 17 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management
Spurs Up Against Hunger The main goal of our organization is fund-raise money in order to hold meal packaging events. The food will be delivered to those in need on a domestic or an international level. We will be fundraising during the fall and spring semesters and then holding the meal packaging event in the spring. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
St. Jude Up 'til Dawn "Through joining St. Jude Up 'til Dawn you are contributing to a national effort along with thousands of college students across the U.S. in supporting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. St. Jude Children's Reseach Hospital leads the way in finding cures to childhood cancers while providing life-saving treatment at no cost to patients or their families. Fundraising with St. Jude Up 'til Dawn ensures that NO patient at St. Jude receives a bill for treatment, travel, food, or housing.Students come together for a night full of fun to celebrate their success in fundraising and sacrifice a night of sleep in honor of the many sleepless nights that patients and families spend fighting to survive. Join us in the fight against cancer and stay up 'til dawn for the kids of St. Jude! Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Advertising Federation The Student Advertising Federation is a professional club that focuses on the world of advertising through speakers, workshops, trips to agencies, conferences and competitions. We thrive on creativity and innovative ideas. Through collaboration with students and professionals in the field, we learn about the ever-changing, exciting industry! Workplace Experience 3 18 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Information and Communications
Student Advisory Board for Dance The purpose of the Student Advisory Board for Dance shall be to help provide information and assistance to USC dancers whom require further communication with faculty and staff. We hope to create a stronger community among dance majors through events and fundraisers to enrich their experience. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund The Student Animal Legal Defense Fund works in connection with the Animal Legal Defense Fun to help animals in our community and to work with legislators to improve laws in South Carolina. We also raise public awareness of animal treatment through volunteer and educational opportunities. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Bar Association The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the student legislative body at the University of South Carolina School of Law and is comprised of an Executive Council (with four members) and a Legislative Council (with eight members from each class for a total of 24 representatives). SBA represents student interests and serves as the liaison between student body, administration, and faculty. It also provides many services for the student body including the Peer Mentor Program, social events, and intramural sports. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Christian Fellowship & A Touch of Faith Gospel Choir Student Christian Fellowship & A Touch of Faith Gospel Choir is a faith based organization dedicated to helping students grow in their relationship with Jesus. We provide an inviting community of believers, as well as different ways for students to get involved and express their faith. We have weekly bible studies and a gospel choir. We also do various events and community service such as singing around SC, volunteering at various locations in the Columbia area and offering Prayer and encouragement on Greene Street. We meet every Monday and Thursday in Baptist College Ministry on Main St. and would love for you to stop by and join us! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Community for Archives, Libraries, and Museums Student Community for Archives, Libraries, and Museums is a networking organization for students interested in working in archives, libraries, or museums. We're focused on career prep, through educational events and featured speakers, and connecting with others who want to work in cultural heritage institutions! Workplace Experience 3 31 0 ; ,,,,Columbia University Libraries
Student Council on Diversity and Inclusion At the Moore School, we believe that diversity and inclusion are fundamental values to be pursued and cherished as they are the very foundation of a civil society.Our four pillars are unity, acceptance, empowerment, and professional development. We strive to create a better community for all members of the Darla Moore School of Business through marketing and events for both Moore School students as well as the rest of campus Leadership 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Student Government The University of South CarolinaStudent Governmentworks closely with University Administration, Faculty, and Staff to represent the interests of students, to preserve and protect the traditions of the University, and to support students and student organizations in their academic and community endeavors. Leadership 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student National Pharmaceutical Association The Student National Pharmaceutical Association strives to serve the underserved and promote awareness about various disease states related to pharmacy. Campus Involvement 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Student Nurses Association As a contributor to the State and National Student Nurses Associations, we participate in initiatives and pursue leadership at the school, state, and national levels every year. Our members grow in professionalism, hearing speakers from a variety of backgrounds, and have the opportunity to serve for an executive board position at the school, state, or national level. Leadership 3 20 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Nursing
Student Nutrition Group The Student Nutrition Group exists to act as a meeting place to discuss and promote nutrition research, education, and activities on the University of South Carolina campus. We observe the Student Nutrition Group as a multidisciplinary engagement group, thus welcoming audience from a broad range of fields working together to improve nutrition at our university and in our community. Our objectives include: 1. to build capacity to address the grand challenges in nutrition research; 2. to convene and facilitate research collaborations; and 3. to build a local, statewide and national presence in nutrition research. Research 3 14 57 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies
Student Personnel Association The purpose of the Student Personnel Association (SPA) shall be to promote interest and involvement in the development of students in higher education through professional development, community service, and social activity with students, faculty, and staff who are interested in this field. Campus Involvement 3 16 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Education
Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy The Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy promotes student awareness of Pharmacy practice within the health systems, provides information about career directions to students and encourages membership in state and national societies. For students enrolled in Pharmacy School at USC. Educational Support 3 21 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Pharmacy
Student Survivors For Survivors We are a student organization dedicated to raising awareness about on-campus sexual assault and violence, creating open spaces for conversation, improving campus climate, and supporting sexual assault victims within Richland county and across the United States. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student United Way Following the principles established by the greater United Way organization, Student United Way aims to serve those in need in the areas of health, education, and income stability.We do so in three ways; giving, advocating, snd volunteering. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Student Veterans Association The SVA is a Student Organziation dedicated to providing educational, professional, service, and social support to the University's student Veterans, their families, and the community, as well as advocating for student Veterans within the University. Active duty, guard and reserve, veterans, and supporters are all welcome to join. The USC SVA is associated with the National chapter of the Student Veterans Association. We are an organization of Veterans with the goal of assisting our fellow Veterans, service members, and their families make a successful and enjoyable transition to higher education and civilian life. Educational Support 3 11 30 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Success
Students for Justice in Palestine Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) raises awareness about injustices facing the Palestinian people due to ongoing, illegal Israeli occupation and to inspire action on behalf of this cause based on the principles of justice and human rights. SJP also highlights and celebrates Palestinian culture. We believe Palestinian people deserve the freedom, justice, and equality- which are the rights of all people. We host Palestinian cultural events, conduct teach-ins, lobby for local human rights legislation, and much more! All USC students are welcome to join. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Students Helping Honduras Students Helping Honduras (SHH) at USC is a chapter of the international non-profit, Students Helping Honduras. SHH aims to alleviate extreme poverty and violence in Honduras through education and youth empowerment. The main project that we, as college students, are a part of is the "1,000 Schools". In Honduras there are an estimated 1,000 villages that do not have access to a school. SHH is on a mission to build a school in each of these villages. SHH at USC has been a part of building and completingfiveschools in Honduras and we can't wait to continue to work on more! Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Students Participating in Unified Recreation and Sports Club SPURS will focus on supporting adapted sports and recreation both on campus and in the Columbia area.On campus, we will expose our members to different adapted sports through offering training and tournaments as well as participating in the intramural inclusive sports programming.In the Columbia area, we will volunteer with adapted sports and recreation programs offered in the community including wheelchair basketball and adapted yoga.This organization will be open to all UofSC students but will be particularly beneficial for students with disabilities and students looking to go into the rehabilitation or medical fields, as we will provide professional development opportunities for those who are interested in pursuing careers in occupational therapy, physical therapy, adapted physical education, special education, and other services provided for individuals with disabilities. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Study Abroad Association The purpose of the Study Abroad Association will be to foster intercultural exchange and cultural exploration among incoming exchange students and study abroad returnees in order to aid in creating a link between U.S. and non-U.S. identities. Incoming exchange students will be paired with UofSC students who have previously studied abroad and would like to act as guides and mentors for these exchange students on campus. In addition to this intercultural exchange at the individual level, we anticipate this to have a larger impact on the internationalization of campus, contributing to the larger UofSC vision of a global presence both on campus and around the world. International Learning 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Sunehra Sunehra will expose the student body to South Asian culture and allow them to gain an understandingof the various languages throughmusic by creating a platform where talented musicians can come together. We want students to discover the cohesiveness in the language of music despite foreseeable language barriers. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Sustainable Carolina Sustainable Carolina is the student branch of the Office of Sustainability. Our mission is to educate and transform the campus and community by promoting collaborative relationships among students, faculty, staff, and community members for exploring and implementing sustainability practices. At Sustainable Carolina, we are dedicated to increasing your employability by helping you make connections between academic knowledge and practical experiences. Sustainable Carolina has several signature events, professional development workshops, volunteer opportunities in the garden and at the Farmers Market, free yoga, and cute dogs in the building. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Swype Dance Club We are ano experience necessaryhip-hop dance group. All are welcome! We have a wide range of experiences and skills in our group! We learn a new choreography at every practice, led by one of our choreo leaders. We have various performances across campus, including our end-of-the-semester Swype Showcase, that are open to members to participate in. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Tabletop Gaming Club The "Cocked Dice" Tabletop Gaming Club is a student-driven campus organization built around playing board, card and dice games with new and old friends here at USC! We want to provide students with the chance to meet new people and play board games with strangers.We've already got a library of board games, and it's getting bigger with optional club dues every month, but members are welcome to bring their own games to play with club members! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Taiwanese Student Association TSA is to provide services and network for all students and families from Taiwan, social and cultural exchange, helping the students to adjust to the life in the USC, in the states in general, and get familiar with the USC educational system. We host various events and host bi-weekly meetings. Educational Support 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Tau Beta Pi The Tau Beta Pi Association(commonlyTau Beta Pi,??'?, orTBP) is the oldest engineering honor society and the second oldest collegiate honor society in the United States. It honors engineering students in American universities who have shown a history of academic achievement as well as a commitment to personal and professional integrity. Specifically, the association was founded "to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as students in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in engineering colleges." Leadership 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Tau Beta Sigma Tau Beta Sigma is an organization that provides service to the university band programs here at the University of South Carolina. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Tau Sigma Tau Sigma is a national honor society designed exclusively for transfer students! Our mission is to "recognize and promote the academic excellence and involvement of transfers students." Tau Sigma provides its members opportunities to earn scholarships, attend leadership conferences, serve in leadership positions, serve others at the university and in the community, all while developing friendships and becoming a more integral part of the Carolina Community. Leadership 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Teaching Fellows Association The main priority of the Teaching Fellows Association is to help provide information and assistance to students who have received the Teaching Fellows Scholarship from the state of South Carolina. Educational Support 3 16 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Education
Thai Student Association The purpose of the Thai Student Association is to help provide information and assistance to current and former Thai student groups wishing to become registered student organizations at the University of South Carolina. Educational Support 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Alliance of Latinx and Black Graduate Students The Alliance of Latinx and Black Graduate Students is a safe space for Latinx and Black graduate students to collaborate and learn from each other. We will feature discussions with faculty, opportunities to discuss our own research with each other, and most importantly be a supportive community during our time as students and beyond. Open to all! Allies are welcome. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Asian and Pacific Islander Activism Association APIAA serves to introduce the rich and vibrant cultures of Asia and the Pacific Islands to The University of South Carolina, Columbia, and beyond! Through the use of fundraisers and cultural rallies Appia hopes to be able to educate the population of Columbia on the treasures of Asian culture in order to counteract the recent unprecedented rise of Asian hate crimes across America. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Association of Pre-Physician Assistant Students In conjunction with the Office of Pre-Professional Advising, APPAS aims toeducate students about PA school application processes & prerequisites, create a collaborative and supportive community of like-minded pre-PA students, bring awareness to the PA profession in the community, and connect pre-PA students to the local PA community, including practicing PAs and PA schools. We plan on assisting pre-PA students in their journey to PA, helping them become better applicants, and ultimately, better PAs, while making life-long friends in the process. Educational Support 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
The Backpack Project of Columbia The Backpack Project of Columbia works to engage with the Columbia homeless populations and host charitable volunteer programs to address service gaps. The Backpack Project raisse money to assemble care backpacks and raises awareness about the causes of homelessness and how people can helof UofSC's campus and the Columbia community. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Black Science Coalition Started in 2020, we are a new organization to connect with others scientists and invite black and minority scientists as speakers. We are here to have open discussions about being black in science, help each other advance in our programs, and increase a sense of community. We are open to all undergraduates, grad students, post-doctoral fellows, and professors who would like to have conversations about being a minority in science. To know about future events, take a look at our website Educational Support 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
The Carolina Church The Carolina Church is FOR Carolina students! We say "No Perfect Students Allowed", which simply means that we all have issues so everyone is welcome to be part of the Student Organization. Our desire is to have a real, genuine Church on Campus for all students. We're a non-denominational, contemporary Church and we uphold Christian values. Each week we plan to have a gathering on Sunday nights at 6 pm where we will have different activities from week to week while tying the gathering around a particular message/lesson. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Carolina Fund The Carolina Fund strives to create the most realistic, engrossing and educational experience possible for undergraduate business students. We take full advantage of the abundance of resources provided to us by the Darla Moore School of Business here at the University of South Carolina to screen, pitch, and manage equities and other financial instruments for our portfolio. Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
The Carolina Gentlemen The Carolina Gentlemen is the University's oldest a cappella group. The Carolina Gentlemen have performed for sororities, parties, charity events, and even the President of USC's many gatherings. Composed of male students of various majors, the members of the group all come together under the banner of passion for music and love of performance. From producing high-quality resonance within the ensemble to creating innovative sounds to enhance the musicality, The Carolina Gentlemen strive not only for perfection but also for stellar entertainment for their audiences. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Catholic Campus Ministry The primary mission of the Carolina Catholics, which is served by the community of St. Thomas More Catholic Church, is to be the Catholic Campus Ministry for the University of South Carolina. Carolina Catholics strives to serve t?he spiritual and religious needs of the students at the University of South Carolina with the hope that students will grow in their knowledge and understanding of the Roman Catholic faith and the sacraments while also providing the opportunity to foster friendships with fellow members of the faith. We invite you to weekly opportunities to grow in the faith and build intentional community. We look forward to seeing you at Mass! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Chocolate Milk Club The Chocolate Milk Club is created with the purpose of bringing people together who share the common interest of drinking chocolate milk, non-dairy alternatives are welcome! Our goal is to bring students together to create new friendships and host fun activities. We look forward to hosting frequent meetings, chocolate milk taste testing, game nights, and more. Anyone is welcome to join, especially those who enjoy chocolate milk! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Cocktails Female A Cappella The Cocktails are the premiere all-female a cappella group at USC. Together, we strive to maintain a strong and competitive reputation within not only the all-female, collegiate a cappella community, but also the collegiate a cappella community as a whole. We are a group of best friends who all share a passion for music. The Cocktails hold auditions at the beginning of each fall and spring semester and we are always looking for a variety of voices and beatboxers. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Daily Gamecock The purpose of The Daily Gamecock is to provide students with relevant information concerning community members, campus-related events and issues. We have four written sections ??" news, arts & culture, sports and opinion ??" in addition to photo, copy desk and design. Students from all majors are welcome. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Electrochemical Society Student Chapter The purpose of the ECS Student Chapter is to promote electrochemical education and research at the University of South Carolina and to contribute to the field of electrochemistry. We do this by promoting networking and collaboration, fostering an inclusive relationship with the general public to attract new talent, and establishing a learning environment for the transfer of research. Research 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
The Fashion Corner The Fashion Corner is a fashion organization that brings together various styles and trends and restores the fashion sense around campus, activities, and events. We also act as a guide to help students dress both fashionably and properly. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Feminist Collective The Feminist Collective (FemCo) is USC's feminist student organization. We meet to discuss issues of gender, current affairs, feminist philosophy, and upcoming events in feminist activism on campus and in our community. Meetings are informal and open to everyone, regardless of gender. We plan several events every semester to raise awareness and funds for organizations that support feminist issues. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Gaming Collegian The Gaming Collegian is a video game news and entertainment organization that gives students the opportunity to write articles, record videos and learn editing basics, while also being a place where students can be creative. The Collegian is open to any student with a passion for video games and for those interested in getting hands-on experience writing news articles and reviews. Students will also have the opportunity to record video, do voice-overs, host a podcast, and host news episodes. Our purpose is to give students interested in games journalism a place they can build those skills and for those interested in learning other skills, like social media management, photography, and videography, a place they can build a portfolio using the medium of video games. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
The Lettuce Club The purpose of The Lettuce Club is to promote memorable relationships amongst members who embrace an eccentric environment. Members meet once a year to attempt to eat an entire head of lettuce and first member to finish their head of lettuce is named The Head of Lettuce, and decides when the next annual meeting will be. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The National Retail Federation The National Retail Federation Student Association is a student organization open to all students interested in learning more about the retailing industry, as well as general professional development. We are interested in industry trends, networking, local retailers, skills necessary for developing successful careers, and so much more! Join us to be apart of a fun and informative group of young professionals; everyone is welcome! Workplace Experience 3 17 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Hospitality, Retail, Sport Management
The OverReactors Improv Comedy The OverReactors is an improv comedy group that strives to give as many people as possible the opportunity to experience and even perform improv comedy. We have open practices that anybody is welcome to attend, regardless of whether or not you have any improv experience. With a constructive and fun environment and long and short form games, we're dedicated to not only enjoying ourselves, but also to getting better at improv and learning how to get up there and make everyone laugh. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Shack Imagine The Church being a redeeming presence in this world, telling a redemptive story that can be experienced by all. There's plenty of room for imagining these things at The Shack. Come hang out with us. The Shack is non-denominational, and operates out of a small network of house churches, and meets every Sunday Night for simple worship and honest, conversational teaching. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Sierra Club Student Coalition The Sierra Club Student Coalition focuses on environmental issues that will have an impact on us not only today, but well into the future.Our goals are directed at two levels: administrative action and individual action. Through student government, faculty, and USC administrative staff, we hope to encourage the formulation and implementation of climate forward policies for both our university and the city of Columbia. At the individual level, we aim to inspire and educate individuals to live sustainable lifestyles and to grow their own communities. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement The Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement is an undergraduate honors society that focuses on empowering students' academic and personal success through connections with other mentors from around the nation. Leadership 3 12 34 ; ,,,,Columbia Academic Affairs Undergraduate Studies
The Third Spur The Third Spur writes and publishes satirical news online. In our opinion, it's UofSC's only news worth reading. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
The Wrongful Conviction Club The purpose of the Wrongful Conviction Club is to spread awareness about injustices occuring in our criminal system. We fundraise and donate money to "The Innocence Project" and educate members on how to advocate for policy change. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Theta Chi Theta Chi is an organization that aims to teach members how to balance brotherhood, friendship, academics, health, and character in a responsible way. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Theta Delta Chi Theta Chi Delta are brothers united in promotion of fraternity among its members and providing passionate support for the ideals of diversity, individuality, and inclusiveness while improving the intellectual, moral, and social being through friendship. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Theta Tau Theta Tau is the nation's oldest and foremost professional engineering fraternity. We are a co-ed fraternity and USC's only engineering fraternity.Thepurpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. We have core values of profession, service, and brotherhood and do our best to embody those values in our events and behavior. Our rush period lasts roughly two weeks within the first month of school. Membership is for life and we have over 30000 members across the nation. Campus Involvement 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Thomistic Institute The Thomistic Institute exists to promote Catholic truth in our contemporary world by strengthening the intellectual formation of Christians at universities, in the Church, and in the wider public square. Taking the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas, the Universal Doctor of the Church, as our touchstone, we seek to use the richness of an ancient tradition to grapple with answers to contemporary questions. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Timmy Global Health The Timmy Global Health Chapter at the University of South Carolina is on a mission to provide sustainable healthcare to local villages of the Amazon in Ecuador. Our students have an interest in healthcare and share a propensity to heal, educate and advocate for thosein need. Our chapter is always looking for student members as well as healthcare professionals looking to make a difference in the world around us! We go on a yearly medical brigade to Tena, Ecuador. We also spend the year volunteering in the local community with organizations such as Transitions and Ronald McDonald House. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Together We Rise Together We Rise is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a sense of normalcy in the lives of children navigating through the foster care system. We do this by raising funds to take them on outings, by preparing and hosting dinner nights, and by giving through gifts/donations during the holidays. We primarily work in the Columbia area and with the Palmetto Place Children's Shelter, however we are not opposed to working with other foster homes/shelters in the surrounding areas. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Trans Student Alliance The Trans Student Alliance is a hub for trans, nonbinary, queer, questioning, and allied Gamecocks. We meet every week! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Trew Friends Trew Friends is an organization which advocates for organ, eye and tissue donation. Trew Friends also seeks to inform, educate and encourage people to register as organ, eye and tissue donors to help save lives and increase the number of people on the organ donor registry. Trew friends is an extension of the Heather Trew Foundation, which was established in memory of Heather Trew, who passed away after her transplant organ failed and she could not find another one. It is an established club at many colleges and universities across the country. The organization is open to any student or faculty member of USC/ USC's graduate schools communities who would like to participate in raising awareness for organ donation. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Turning Point USA Turning Point USA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded on June 5, 2012 by Charlie Kirk. The organizations mission is to identify, educate, train, and organize students to promote the principles of freedom, free markets, and limited government. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
UKirk SC UKirk SC, A Presbyterian (PCUSA) Campus Ministry, is a faith community for higher education students, faculty, and staff asking big questions and dreaming worthy dreams.UKirk, as it is known around campus, is a community of students of different faith traditions that come together to share our faith journey through Christian fellowship, fun, service, worship, and witness. By encouraging an open exchange of ideas, we strive to be a Christian community in which we support each other in our lives: rejoice together, laugh together, have fun together, grow in faith together, praise God together. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
UofSC Applied Analytics Club The purpose of the UofSC Applied Analytics Club is to provide an environment where faculty, students, and industry experts can come together to develop data science and analytical skills, network with data-inspired experts, and be part of an open-minded community that fosters the exchange of innovative ideas. Research 3 13 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Research
Vietnamese Student Association The Vietnamese Student Association at USC is dedicated to creating a tighter community by bringing students together throughthe celebration of the Vietnamese culture. Every year, we host a Culture Collision show which is our biggest event, where we display the beauty and relevance of the Vietnamese culture in America. Our members perform in dance, song, and other talents to showcase our community and cuisine. We also pick a different Charity to support and donate our profits to. We have active events such as Olympics that includes playing football, soccer, and volleyball. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Volunteers Around The World The purpose of VAW at USC will be to help improve the standard of living for those that live in poverty stricken communities around the world by raising money in order to buy medical supplies, and by providing them with access to medical treatment, medication, and health education, while familiarizing students to real-life medical situations and the deprived state of certain populations in the world. VAW ??" Medical Outreach provides volunteers with an opportunity to work first hand with experienced local doctors. Volunteers will fund raise formedications and supplies prior to the trip abroad. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Waverly After School Program Waverly is an afterschool education and enrichment program for underserved students in the Columbia community. Our mission is to enhance the lives and opportunities of children in the Columbia community; to serve as educational role models who provide a fun, safe, and caring experience; and to develop the self-esteem and literacy skills of all children who participate and help them realize that they can succeed despite the challenges they face. We accomplish our mission in part through providing tutoring and mentoring across many age groups. While the organization was created by the USC Honors College in 2003, our organization is open to anyone here at USC! If you are looking to make a lasting impact on the youth of Columbia, this is a great way to get involved on campus. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
We Make Manga Productions We Make Manga Productions works to create content inspired by manga, comics, animation, and other works. Members in our club do both individual and collaborative projects to bring out the best in their content through tutorials, workshops, and constructive criticism. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
We the People We the People aims to develop an appreciation and understanding of history through the discussion and analysis of literature, philosophy, and miscellaneous social sciences, focusing on historical developments in the US in comparison to other cultures. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Women for Global Empowerment Women for Global Empowerment (formerly Girls Without Borders) seeks to support and expand female health and education in the Columbia community and globally through service, thoughtful dialogue, and a constant commitment to intersectional feminism. Service 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Women in Business Council Establish a networking community for women to grow, learn, and develop professional skills. We focus on connecting and empowering University of South Carolina women to navigate the business world and make a difference in their community. Come join us! Workplace Experience 3 15 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Business
Women in Computing Women in Computing at USC promotes and provides opportunities for women in the ever-growing world of technology. The club features several aspects: technical development, professional development, networking and bonding, and diversity efforts. Our organization hopes to unite women of all backgrounds through a passion for technology and computing, as well as reaching out to other girls and women with USC and our community to support and expose them to the computing industry. Workplace Experience 3 19 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Engineering & Computing
Women in Law Women In Law seeks to encourage students as they enter the legal profession. We provide opportunities for our members to learn about the legal field from successful women lawyers. We serve our community, particularly in areas benefiting women. We foster a community to support you through law school and into your career. Of course, men are welcome as well. Educational Support 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
Women LEAD The purpose of Women LEAD is to establish a supportive and sustainable community of diverse undergraduate women focused on cultivating a deeper understanding of their leadership capabilities and the issues women face in academic, social, and professional environments. We hold a 6-week Spring Program, along with various events throughout the academic year, that will allow you to reach these goals and meet other empowered women along the way. We aim to create a community that lives up to the motto of "women supporting women" in every sense of the phrase. The goal of our program is for each participant to develop tangible and intangible leadership skills to be used to make an impact within the Carolina community and beyond. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Women's Writing Workshop We host weekly meetings on Zoom for members to workshop creative writing pieces. Outside of our normal workshop days, we offer a poetry/flash fiction day as well as occasional writing-themed games and activities. We also offer a session each semester for members to learn about the process of submitting their work to literary journals and contests. Students from all writing backgrounds and genres are welcome! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
WUSC-FM Columbia WUSC FM & HD1 Columbia is an all student-run, non-commercial radio station at the University of South Carolina. Founded in 1947, we currently boast a 24/7 schedule that broadcasts at 2500 watts. When you tune into WUSC you will hear music and programming you cannot find anywhere else. We are free-format, Non-Top 40, and provide manyspecialtyprograms as well. Each semester there is something new. WUSC is an incredible seismic force forindependentmusic and creativity in the Columbia community. Workplace Experience 3 11 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support
You Collaborate The purpose of You Collaborate shall be to host inclusive events for all students, put on by students. You Collaborate was established to bring the Carolinian Community closer together and to provide fun ways for all students to feel more involved and connected to their peers. Our goal is to create fun and exciting events that all students can look forward to, knowing they had a part in the process. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Young Americans For Freedom Young Americas Foundation is committed to ensuring that increasing numbers of young Americans understand and are inspired by the ideas of individual freedom, a strong national defense, free enterprise, and traditional values. As the principal outreach organization of the Conservative Movement, the Foundation introduces thousands of American youth to these principles. We accomplish our mission by providing essential conferences, seminars, educational materials, internships, and speakers to young people across the country. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Young Americans for Liberty Our purpose is to identify, educate, train, and mobilize youth activists committed to "winning on principle". This involves education about important political, economic, and social issues with a liberty-minded perspective. Our chapter works to engage in activism in the local community and beyond to bring about positive change in these areas. As we are not affiliated with any political party, YAL often works with other groups to accomplish our goals, fostering valuable partnerships and dialogue in the process. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Young Life of Columbia Young Life is a middle, high school, and college ministry. College students have the opportunity to get plugged into community through Young Life College and can also serve as leaders at local schools and share the Gospel with students by forming relationships and investing in their lives. Come to Young Life College to hear more! Campus Involvement 3 11 28 ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. The Psi Eta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was chartered on Jan. 7th, 1977. We operate by our sorority's principles of Scholarship, Service, Sisterly Love, and Finer Womanhood. Our purpose is to foster the ideals of service, charity, scholarship, civil and cultural endeavors, sisterhood and finer womanhood. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life
Zeta Phi Eta The Beta Mu chapter of Zeta Phi Eta, National Professional Fraternity in the Communication Arts and Sciences, is housed in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of South Carolina. Campus Involvement 3 14 0 ; ,,,,Columbia Arts & Sciences
Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha was created to make a difference in the lives of our members by developing the potential of each individual. We foster strength of character by emphasizing leadership development, service to others, academic achievement and continued personal growth, with a commitment to friendship and the future. Campus Involvement 3 11 28 Fraternity & Sorority Life ; ,,,,Columbia Student Affairs & Academic Support Student Life