If you are considering a major or minor in English, you’ll apply to the University of South Carolina through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. You can declare your major as early as your first year. We also welcome new majors who are further along in their program of study. To declare a minor in English or Speech Communication, contact the Office of Undergraduate Affairs in the College of Arts and Science.
If you are interested in one of our advanced degree programs (M.A., MAT, MFA, Ph.D.), you’ll apply through the Graduate School.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions manages online applications to the university and provides the most comprehensive information on the application process. The admissions office also provides the latest information on application deadlines and university scholarships for S.C. residents and nonresidents. So whether you are applying as a freshman, are looking to transfer to South Carolina or are planning to come to Columbia from another UofSC campus, you can check the requirements based on your current status and apply now.
The Graduate School coordinates online applications to our master's and doctoral programs. There may be supporting materials that are required along with your online application for graduate admission, so be sure to review the requirements before you apply.
The deadline for students interested in applying for fellowship or assistantship funding has been extended until January 1.