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You have a critical role in reducing the spread of COVID-19 on campus and in the Carolina Community. Demonstrate your commitment to keep UofSC in good health.


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KISS Collection comes to University Libraries

John Downs Jr. has had a lifelong passion for the rock band KISS and has amassed a collection over the years that includes guitars, photographs, original artwork and costumes. He recently donated that collection to University Libraries.

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Let's Get to Work

Check out this week's highlighted jobs, internships, co-ops and service opportunities from YOUR UofSC career finder, Handshake.



Register for mental health advocate certificate program

Register for the Together We Can Certificate Program to increase your mental health competency and become a mental health advocate.

Carolina Food addresses service issues

After receiving feedback about extended wait times and out of stock items, especially in the Russell House, Carolina Food Co. has expanded hours across campus at over 30 campus locations and added employees for peak times.

Student parking information for Fall 2021

Starting Friday (Aug. 27) students must be parked in a lot that corresponds with their parking permit. Failure to do so may result in a parking ticket or towing.

Parking Services' new student options for 2021-22

Three new lots, changes to UofSC Transit lines and one on-demand shuttle service at night are among the additions Parking and Transportation Services has made for the upcoming year.

Campus events in August

Welcome back, Gamecocks - we’re excited to have you on campus! We’ve rounded up some fun events for students to check out in August.

Presidential Candidate Search Committee to host town hall series

The University of South Carolina’s Presidential Candidate Search Committee will host a series of town halls to provide our community the opportunity to give feedback on the professional and personal qualifications the committee should seek in the next president of the university as well as the challenges candidates should be equipped to face.

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Student Events

Guided Meditation

Tuesday, Sep. 28, 2021

Location: See event description for more details.

UofSC COVID Testing (Faculty/ Staff/ Student)

Tuesday, Sep. 28, 2021

Location: Russell House University Union 009 Russell Underground

4th Quarter Voucher Redemption

Tuesday, Sep. 28, 2021

Location: Davis Field I - RHUU Side Space 2

Farmers Market

Tuesday, Sep. 28, 2021

Location: RHUU Greene Street Space 05, RHUU Greene Street Space 06, RHUU Greene Street Space 07, RHUU Greene Street Space 08, RHUU Greene Street Space 09, RHUU Greene Street Space 10

Farmers Market

Tuesday, Sep. 28, 2021

Location: Greene Street Middle, RHUU Greene Street - Stage

Hurricane Ida Relief Drive

Tuesday, Sep. 28, 2021

Location: RHUU Greene Street Space 02

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Stories for Students

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What goes into a disaster kit and go-bag?

When a disaster strikes, you may have to get by without power, safe running water or help for several days. Brett Robertson, a journalism and mass communications professor, writes for The Conversation that an important safety measure is to have emergency supplies on hand and in a safe place where you can easily get to them.

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Hindsight 2020: The intern

Sport and entertainment management major Shawnese Cleveland’s internship at the Russell House was a crash course in pandemic protocols. Cleveland is one of 10 Gamecocks Carolinian magazine spoke to about how the pandemic has changed the way we work.

Breanne Grace stands in front of Maxcy College.

Building a community of learning in the International House at Maxcy College

There’s no denying that college is a time of great change. For the students living on-campus in the International House at Maxcy College, the change is especially pronounced: Not only are they adapting to college, they’re also adapting to living with people from different cultures throughout the world. Breanne Grace, new faculty principal at Maxcy College, hopes to provide a supportive community that will promote learning and expand students’ perspectives as they settle in.

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