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8 a.m. to 7p.m., Monday to Friday. Effective July 2
South Carolina State University is consistently among the national leaders in producing African-American students with baccalaureate degrees in biology, education, business, engineering technology, computer science/mathematics, and English language/literature.
The Office of Admissions, Recruitment and Scholarships preserve as its primary mission: the identification, recruitment, acceptance and matriculation of a distinct student population. We are committed to the enrollment of traditional and non-traditional aged students, minority students (Germane to SC State University), international, and academically-talented students and to provide educational opportunities in a caring and nurturing learning environment.
Prospective students will have an opportunity to see all that SC State has to offer at open house
New technology "makes us competitive," says President Hugine
Dec. 13 expo features on-the-spot admissions and scholarships fair
The Continuing Education Program of the University permits non-degree-seeking applicants to enroll for courses as special students.
Prospective students and their parents will be introduced to educational offerings and opportunities
Students who are 60 years of age or older and are South Carolina residents who wish to enroll in various classes
An opportunity for prospective students to visit SC State’s campus and experience Bulldog Country
(For those who did not attend Summer Orientation)
A medical history and physical examination are required of every student. No new student will be permitted to enroll in the University until this record is completed.
Educators from SC public schools will visit as part of a 12-stop tour of SC public colleges
Proceeds to benefit need-based scholarships for SC State students
The Program is intended for any OCtech student who will continue their studies at SC State.
Kirkland W. Green Student Center
Students who graduated from high school and have attended a regionally accredited college or university
Definition of Student Status for the purpose of the payment of tuition and other applicable fees.
Students who previously attended SC State but have not completed any coursework at SC State for at least one semester
The reunion, in Greenville, SC will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 9, 2008
The special student classification is designed for persons who want to take college courses but who have no interest in pursuing a degree.
The "Tour" is designed to acquaint counselors and career specialist with 'public' college life.
SC State’s top students will be inducted into Golden Key International Honour Society.
Students who are not a citizen or legal permanent resident of the United States
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.
Ranked #13 in the 2010 edition of America’s Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report.
Designed to provide access to technology and other educational and development needs.
More than 350 SC State freshman scholars to be pinned.
SC State University's Honors College Launches New Research Initiative with the University of Arkansa
The Tom Joyner Back to School Campaign in Columbia, SC on Friday, August 8, 2008, 6:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m
Oct. 24 | Student Center
Will Jones helped organize a summer basketball camp
Bill would increase Pell grants, reduce federal student loan interest rates
22 high school juniors and seniors representing five area high schools attended the summer camp.
Alumni Partner with SC State to Offer the United States Coast Guard's Pre-Commissioning Initiative
"Higher Education Is Essential"
Scholarships at South Carolina State University are established through the generosity of private donors, organizations, business and industry, and the University community.
SC State's Speech Pathology and Audiology Department Continues to Attract the Best Students
Retrieved from The Times and Democrat