January 26, 2022, Sophie Karapatakis
The awards honor students who actively contribute to the University of South Carolina’s values of diversity, leadership, and community service.
January 12, 2022
Thriving in College with ADHD is an eight-week program to help students manage their ADD/ADHD symptoms and develop study, organization and time management skills.
June 02, 2021, Cam Adams
As part of the university’s ongoing efforts to promote a more inclusive campus environment, students, faculty and staff can now add preferred names and personal pronouns to their information. Individuals can do so by logging into myaccount.sc.edu.
January 20, 2021, Jason Dermack
Registration for the virtual Student Leadership and Diversity Conference (Feb 8-19) is now live!
October 23, 2020, Caleigh McDaniel
Nominations for the International Student Achievement Award nominations are due Nov. 11.
February 12, 2020, Jeff Stensland
John H. Dozier, the University of South Carolina’s inaugural chief diversity officer, has accepted a new position leading the Institute Community and Equity Office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
February 10, 2020, Caleigh McDaniel
The Moore School's diversity and inclusion department and the Black Business Student Association is hosting the African American Leadership Conference Feb. 29, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the Sonoco Pavilion in the Moore School.
January 14, 2020, Caleigh McDaniel
The Carolina Diversity Retreat is an off-campus weekend experience filled with interactive social justice workshops, aimed to empower students to become change agents on their campuses and within their communities.
January 13, 2020, Caleigh McDaniel
Travel to seven cities and four states to visit museums, institutes, centers, universities and historic places identified with The Civil Rights Movement this spring break.
October 15, 2019, Koby Padgett
Carolina Food Co., the university’s dining partnership with Aramark, earned the Babcock Center’s Large Employer of the Year award for 2019.
February 19, 2019, Mia Grimm
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is excepting applications for peer educators, who are committed to educating, serving and advocating for their fellow students and the university community in matters of inclusivity. Applications for the position close on March 8.
January 29, 2019, Mia Grimm
The Civil Rights Alternative Spring Break trip will take place March 11-15. The trip fee is $300 for students and includes transportation, lodging, museum admission and some meals.
January 15, 2019, Mia Grimm
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs will be hosting a retreat from March 29-31 to help students develop a greater understanding of what it means to be a leader in a diverse ever-changing world.