- Parents and Families Gateway
Parents and Families Gateway
Office of Parent & Family Programs
Let our team partner with you to support your student's growth and success at the university. Review our 2018-19 parents calendar and handbook [pdf], or contact us directly with questions or concerns at 800-868-6752 or email@example.com.
Dinner Dialogues: Family Edition
Designed to help you better support your USC student, each month we will share useful
information surrounding a new topic. University instructors also have the opportunity
to host students in their home for a Dinner Dialogues meal.
Subscribe to USC's Inside Carolina monthly e-newsletter, and read a variety of cool stories about our alumni, students and professors.
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A story on the parking and pedestrian congestion that will be present for the first week of class.
Review tips, frequently asked questions and talking points to help your student be successful this month.
Students interested in using a MicroFridge in their on-campus room should rent or purchase one before Aug. 8 to guarantee delivery by Aug. 14.
Due to increased demand, the University of South Carolina athletics department has created a new way for parents of full time university students to acquire seats to every home football game.
Parent & Family Programs invites Gamecock families to join the university for an exciting visit during Family Weekend 2018, Oct. 5-7.
Dates and Deadlines
Friday, Sep. 7, 2018
Saturday, Sep. 15, 2018
Ongoing through Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018
Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018
Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018
To increase diversity among South Carolina’s teachers while also tackling the growing teacher shortage, the College of Education is launching the Apple Core Initiative. Ten students, including Marisa Green, will take part in the pilot program which provides scholarships and support for underrepresented populations in South Carolina.
Alan Decho’s research sometimes takes him to the tropics to study thick, slimy mats of bacteria that survive in extreme heat and drought. Turns out, the conditions those hardy bacterial colonies call home might provide clues in the search for life on other planets.
Professor Lara Ducate and a group of students traveled to Germany in May to learn about sustainability practices in Saxony-Anhalt.