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Parents and Families Gateway
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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.
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Notice for all to remove cars parked for emergency purposes before Hurricane Florence from garages as soon as possible.
As we prepare to return to normal operations and classes Monday (Sept. 17), UofSC pledges support, flexibility.
I want to reassure you that we are making preparations to safely house and feed students who choose to remain, as well as maintain some campus activities and essential services like the student health center and dining facilities.
Parking and Transportation Services has opened up its garages for students, faculty and staff ahead of severe weather moving into the area.
Review tips, frequently asked questions and talking points to help your student be successful this month.
Dates and Deadlines
Thursday, Sep. 20, 2018
Ongoing through Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018
Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018
Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018
Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018
In a celebration of the first lady’s 10 years of contributions to the health and wellness of the Carolina community, the university has partnered with the South Carolina Department of Agriculture to present an extension of the Healthy Carolina farmer’s market on Sept. 11.
Tiffany Ancharski earned her bachelor’s degree in sport and entertainment management in May. Thanks to that degree and her accomplishments in and out of the classroom, she earned a place as one of just six interns hired by the College Football Playoff, out of hundreds of applicants from all over the country.
Beginning Sept. 6, McCutchen House will be open for lunch Tuesday-Friday and for dinner each Thursday night. The on-campus, student-run restaurant offers a variety of dining experiences while serving as a hands-on training ground for hospitality management majors in the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management.