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  • Speech Pathology & Audiology Curriculum

  • Cover Letter

  • Orangeburg Massacre | FBI accused of cover-up

  • Academics

    South Carolina State University is consistently among the national leaders in producing African-American students.

  • SC State Speech Pathology and Audiology's Extended School Year Program Recognized

  • SC State University’s Speech Pathology and Audiology Program Offers a Course in Sign Language

  • Author Jehmaine Edwards to Conduct Book Signing at SC State University

  • Wachovia and Wal-Mart scholarships available

    35 Wachovia and 66 Wal-Mart scholarships available; July 15 deadline

  • SC State University's FOUNDERS' DAY 2008

  • SC State University has Eight Graduate Research Assistant Positions Available

  • SC State Introduces New Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

  • SC State University Currently Accepting Student Teaching Applications

  • Eugene Robinson to speak at SC State's 112th Founders' Day Convocation

  • SC State University Art Professor's Exhibition on Display at USC Upstate-Spartanburg

  • Media Credentials

    Press: Apply for media credentials

  • SC State University Initiates Student Leadership Academy

  • Pre-Award Services

    The Office of Sponsored Programs offer the following services in support of South Carolina State University faculty and staff who plan to conduct research or other sponsored projects funded by federal, state, or private agencies and organizations.

  • SC State Men’s Basketball Assistant Promoted to Associate Head Coach

  • SC State's Homecoming to be highlighted on NCAA website

    The video will appear on the NCAA’s Web site, www.ncaa.org

  • SC State’s 1890 Research & Extension Program offers grant writing workshop in Orangeburg

  • 1890 Research & Extension to offer new ceramics class

  • Pough Seeks Support through “Lift-A- Bulldog” Initiative

  • SC State Embarks on NCAA Certification Self-Study

  • SC State University gives you the facts on the swine flu and tips to stay healthy.

  • SC State University Hosts 2010 Annual Winter Open House

  • SC State University Hosts 2011 Annual Spring Open House

  • SC State University Hosts 2011 Annual Winter Open House

  • Special Education

  • 12 Steps to Consider When Starting and/or Growing Your Business

    Seminar sponsored by the Small Business Development Center

  • General Information

    All expenses for the semester, including fees, room and board, must be paid before or at the beginning of each semester as a condition of admission to class.

  • Request Media Credentials

    Apply for media credentials

  • Retirement Planning for Small Businesses

    Sponsored by the Small Business Development Center

  • SC State and Orangeburg County to Launch the WT-PERC Feasibility Study

  • SC State hosts stop on the “Great S.C. Public College Bus Tour”

    Educators from SC public schools will visit as part of a 12-stop tour of SC public colleges

  • SC State University gives you the facts on the H1N1 flu and tips to stay healthy.

  • Troubled kids in Orangeburg to turn a new lease on life

  • “Live Your Dream” with SC State’s Small Business Development Center

    The Center offers free resources to new and existing entrepreneurs.

  • SC State Alumni Featured in 2012 South Carolina African American History Calendar

  • SC State bringing 400,000 more textbooks to African schools

    New grant will provide more than one million textbooks for 300 secondary schools

  • SC State lends hand to Zanzibar

    Project creates books for schools in need in sub-Saharan Africa

  • Honor Societies

    Honor Societies

  • Maj. Gen. Abraham J. Turner to Keynote SC State's Faculty Development Institute

  • Malia L. Mason Named Miss Homecoming 2010-2011

  • Miller F. Whittaker Library joins S.C. virtual academic library, PASCAL Delivers

    New initiative provides expanded reach and quick access to books from S.C. libraries

  • SC State University Hosts 2011 Annual Spring Open House

  • SC State’s National Youth Sports Program discontinued after 28 years

    U.S. Congress eliminates NYSP funding from federal budget

  • Tavis Smiley toTap Emerging Leaders at SC State

  • Youth from Orangeburg, surrounding counties to experience Bulldog Tenacity

  • S.C. State’s 2010 Homecoming Marshals Show Love for Community and SC State

  • SC State History Professor Releases Book, "Border War: Fighting over Slavery before the Civil War"

  • SC State's Historical Impact on International Education

  • Shell hangs on to his Bulldog roots

    SC State celebrates 100 years of Bulldog Football, Nov. 9

  • Amani Abeid Karume, President of Zanzibar to speak at SC State's Commencement Ceremony

  • International Students

    Students who are not a citizen or legal permanent resident of the United States

  • SC State camp readies Charleston County students for third grade

  • SC State Deserves National Recognition

    Reprinted from the SC Statehouse Report

  • SC State University and Orangeburg Community Conduct Book Signing in Honor of Zimmerman

  • SC State University’s Career Center Aids in Economic Recovery with Annual Fall Career Fair

  • Teens build their own PCs at SC State 1890 Extension’s TechBridge Summer Camp

    1890 Extension rewarded more than 60 students with brand new computers - built by the the students

  • UCITS - Services

  • Academic Regulations / Degree Requirements

  • All systems are go! All candidates confirmed for 2008 Presidential Debate

    First-in-the nation debate to air live from SC State, April 26, by NBC News

  • Counseling Services FAQ's

  • Dr. Kenneth Lewis Makes History as 44th Arthur Holly Compton Award Recipient

  • Felton Laboratory School Student Receives Outstanding Awards at the SC Earth and Science Conference

  • SC State Appoints New Administrator for 1890 Research Program

  • Wild tales still preach to Deacon

    SC State celebrates 100 years of Bulldog Football, Nov. 9

  • International Flavor: Tennis coach builds success with student-athletes from around the globe

    Reprinted from Focus on SC State University

  • S.C. teens build personal computer as part of summer academy

    Program seeks to increase computer literacy in state

  • Transfer Students

    Students who graduated from high school and have attended a regionally accredited college or university