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Student Life

We understand that it's not just about a prospective USC Law student, you probably have lots of questions about life outside the classroom. 

Some law schools are known for fostering a cutthroat, survival-of-the-fittest mentality, but at USC you'll find a collegial and friendly atmosphere that's conducive to learning and growth! Our students often tell us how lucky they feel to be in such a warm, supportive environment. 


Students with Disabilities

The School of Law provides services for students with disabilities to assist disabled law students in assessment of needs, class adaptation, course requirements, registration, examinations, and counseling. It is the policy and practice of the School of Law to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.

Students with disabilities requiring services may contact Eliza McLeod in the School of Law's Office of Student Affairs at 803-777-8768. Other information may be found at the University's Office of Student Disability Services.

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