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  • Department of Industrial & Electrical Engineering Technology

    The Department of Industrial and Electrical Engineering Technology offers four-year programs leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in three major areas: Electrical Engineering Technology, Industrial Engineering Technology, Industrial Technology and Technology Education.

  • Department of Industrial & Electrical Engineering Technology

    The Department of Industrial and Electrical Engineering Technology offers four-year programs leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in three major areas: Electrical Engineering Technology, Industrial Engineering Technology, Industrial Technology and Technology Education.

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

  • Harvard University Professor to speak at SC State's NSF / HBCU-UP Student and Faculty Seminar

  • Jefferson visits China as International Scholar Laureate

    This past summer, Latisha Jefferson spent 15 days in the People’s Republic of China, learning about

  • Salads preferred choice for Orangeburg teens

    SC State research links healthy eating and academic performance

  • SC State makes way for its Engineering and Computer Science Complex

    Demolition Begins on one of SC State’s Residence Halls: BETHEA

  • SC State sends nuclear engineering grad to SRS

    The 2nd graduate of SC State's new Nuclear Engineering Program has been hired by WSRC

  • SC State’s Nuclear Engineering Program receives National Accreditation

    Accredited by the "Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology" (ABET)

  • Academic Success Academy Links

  • Internal Audit Links

  • Related Links

  • Related Links

  • Science and Sport Combine at FIRST Tech Challenge Championship Tournament

    Robotics Competition Gets Students Excited About Engineering

  • Degree Programs – Undergraduate Catalog

  • Career Center

  • President of the American Nuclear Society visits SC State

  • SC State University announces first corporate naming on campus

    New engineering building receives donations from Fluor and Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

  • Science And Sport Combine At FIRST Tech Challenge Championship Tournament at SC State

    Robotics Competition Gets Students Excited About Engineering

  • SC State faculty detects trace amount of radioactive materials in Orangeburg

  • Win $120,000 to Complete Your Ph.D. in Canada

  • SC State names Wright new James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center executive director

  • DISCLAIMER

  • Scholarships Available

  • James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center Accepting Applications for Fellowship Program

  • Freshman Scholarships

    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 Environmental Policy Institute receives $1.7 Million Grant for Nuclear Research

  • Shaw/AREVA MOX Services, LLC Donates $100,000 to SC State's Summer Nuclear Science Institute

  • Environmental Policy Institute receives $1 million DOE grant for nuclear research

  • SC State's Honors and Awards Convocation 2008

    Dr. Calvin Mackie motivational speaker, entrepreneur will speak to SC State scholars

  • Orangeburg Technology Center Students finish strong at National Science Bowl

  • University Center of Greenville

  • Deputy Administrator for U.S. Defense Programs visits SC State

    Robert Smolen recently visited the James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center

  • Technology Transfer

    The Technology, Training and Transfer program is designed to provide technical training and information to public agencies and institutions in South Carolina and the nation.

  • Facilities Management

  • Mission

    South Carolina State University is committed to providing affordable and accessible quality undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

  • Physics

  • SC State research team plays vital role in pollution monitoring at Savannah River Site

  • Dave Stinson, President of Shaw Areva MOX to speak at SC State

    Stinson will be speaking on “Preparing to enter the Global Market.”

  • Progress Energy Donates $25,000 to SC State University

  • The James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center Announce Recipients

  • SC State University students featured on NBC News Affiliate Colorado 9 News

  • Students, Young Alumni honored at 2007 Scholarship Gala & Tribute

  • National Science Foundation Announces $20 Million Research Award to South Carolina

    SC State receives $1.5 million to establish a master’s program in Biorobotics and Biofabrication

  • Admissions

    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.

  • Career Center Revives Relationship with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

  • Dell Computer Executive Speaks to Business Students on Global Market Trends

  • Five SC State students awarded prestigious Eisenhower Fellowships

  • Harrell, Hicks to speak at Commencement ceremonies

    Fall 2006 commencement ceremonies

  • SC State logistics research to address the high cost of getting biofuel to the pumps

  • SC State’s Environmental Sciences Field Station provides recession proof career training

    SC State students interned at the SRS Environmental Sciences Field Station

  • The Boeing Company Makes Recruitment Stop at SC State

  • Biological & Physical Sciences Degree Programs

  • Pains of preservation: SC State grapples with restoring historic structures

    Reprinted from The Times and Democrat

  • SC State Alumnus Nominated Brigadier General

  • Real-time flood monitoring system expected to help state's first-responders and save lives

  • S.C. Rep. Leatherman and S.C. Supreme Court Justice Beatty to speak at fall commencement ceremonies

  • SC State exceeds $15M for first mid-year goal of ‘$50M by 2015’ research initiative

  • SC State scientist reports decrease in radiation levels

  • Academics

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

  • James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center hosts Conquering Climate Change Conference

  • Registrar's Office

    The mission of the Registrar's Office is to provide the campus and its students with the following services: class registration , class scheduling and schedule publication, grade reporting and transcript production, enrollment certifications, and graduation/diploma related services. We routinely process requests for course audits, change of grades and majors, change of address or names and so on.

  • NASA Selects Sandra Bickerstaff to be an “Agent of Change” for STEM Education

  • SC State alumnus Johnathan Speed to speak at Executive Speaker Series

    Speed’s discussion topic will be “Program Management Solutions”

  • SC State researcher to present study on real-time flood system at IEEE symposium

  • South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs Administrator to Speak During SC State University ESS

  • Karen Nicholas to speak at Graduate and Research Opportunities Workshop

  • SC State University has Eight Graduate Research Assistant Positions Available

  • 50 SC State Student-Athletes Earn MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Honors; Achieve 3.00 or Better Cu

  • C O M M U N I C A T I O N ~ Section of Geathers Street to Close (March 11-18, 2011)

  • Clyburn Transportation center to host S.C. high school championship robotics competition

    Robotics competition, sponsored by Clyburn University Transportation Center and FIRST Robotics

  • Dr. Rodell Lawrence, SC State's Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations

  • Henderson-Davis Players present Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry People

    April 17-22, 8 p.m., Henderson-Davis Theatre

  • Richard P. Coe hired as AVP of Academic Affairs

    SC State recently hired Dr. Richard P. Coe as the associate vice president of academic affairs

  • SC State interns present environmental findings at Savannah River Site

    SC State students participate in Savannah River Site internship

  • SC State professors present at U.S. DOE Environmental Management HBCU Technology Day

    SC State's Dr. John B. Williams and Dr. Denise Grant presented seminars at 'Technology Day' 2008.

  • SC State University is featured in the August 8-15, 2011 issue of JET Magazine

  • Shaw/AREVA MOX Services, LLC Donates $100,000 to SC State University’s Nuclear Science Institute

  • The Wal-Mart Foundation Donates $150,000 to SC State University

  • Transfer Students

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

  • Volunteers sought for S.C. high school robotics competition

    Clyburn Transportation Center seeks volunteers to work at S.C. Championship Tournament robotics Comp

  • Department of Biological & Physical Sciences

    Biological & Physical Sciences offers courses designed to contribute to the understanding and appreciation of fundamental knowledge in the sciences.

  • SC State Science and Technology Day 2008

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

  • Student Affairs

    Student Affairs

  • 20 SC State Student-Athletes named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars

    2007 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars selected by Diverse Issues in Higher Education magazine

  • SC State receives $1.6M in USDA funding

  • SC State’s JECUTC Awarded Grant to Conduct Third Transportation Feasibility Study

  • SC State’s Office of Admissions Embraces Online Culture for Potential Students

  • "Harlem on My Mind" opens at Stanback Museum, Oct. 25

    First exhibition since 1969 debut at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art

  • C O M M U N I C A T I O N~ Water Shutdown ~ March 16, 2011

  • Deputy Project Manager of Savannah River Site to Conduct Interviewing Workshop

  • Dr. Carol Page to Speak at Lunch and Learn Training Session

  • Duke Energy Corporation donates $10,000 to assist SC State students

    The scholarship funds will be available during the Fall 2009 Academic Year.

  • Education

    JECUTC assists academic divisions and departments with implementing a multi-disciplinary program of course work and experiential learning. The education program includes an undergraduate minor concentration in transportation, educational materials for grades K-12, training, workshops, and a Master of Science Degree in Transportation.

  • Funding Opportunities

  • Online Continuing Education Courses

  • SC State Student Excels During Summer Internship

  • SC State student wins first place for Alzheimer's research at regional NOBCChE meeting

  • SC State's New Student Orientation Sessions 2008

    SC State's Summer Orientation will be held June 23-27

  • SC State's New Student Orientation Sessions 2008

    SC State's Summer Orientation will be held on June 23-27

  • SC State’s weekly Executive Speaker Series resumes Jan. 30

    SC State's 2008 Executive Speaker Series, resumes Wednesday, Jan. 30.

  • Summer Program Offers Premier Educational Earth and Space Science Workshop for High School Teachers

  • Trainings

  • I.P. Stanback Museum celebrates National Museum Day

    Features new exhibition, planetarium shows and art workshops for children

  • Chairman of SC State’s Board of Visitors to Address Business Majors During Executive Speaker Series

  • Coach Willie Jeffries to be inducted into The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame

  • Conquering Climate Change: New Opportunities, New Economies Conference September 1st

    Featuring remarks by Duke Energy’s Jim Rogers and Congressman Jim Clyburn

  • National Researcher Delivers Key Addresses to University 101 and the Black Males Project

  • SC State Announces Summer Orientation: “Passport to Fall 2011”

  • SC State announces the Induction of Coach Willie Jeffries to the National Black College Alumni Hall

    The 23rd Annual Induction Ceremony will be held on Friday, Sept. 26, 2008

  • SC State Students to Hear the Boeing Story During Upcoming Executive Speaker Series

  • United States Coast Guard Admiral to Speak at SC State

  • SC State's Career Center Hosts Nuclear Industry Career Fair

    The Nuclear Industry Career Fair will be held on Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009.

  • "Capital Success" SC State Alumna Credits Master of Transportation Degree Program for Achievements

  • "The Great SC Public College Bus Tour"

    The "Tour" is designed to acquaint counselors and career specialist with 'public' college life.

  • Are You A Changer?

    New group of students aims to change the negative perception surrounding Orangeburg

  • Clyburn Transportation Center awarded $50K grant to conduct transportation feasibility study

  • Dr. Gerald Gonsalves named chair of business administration department

    SC State’s College of Business welcomes Dr. Gerald C. Gonsalves

  • Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Donates $20,000 to assist SC State students

  • SC State announces Summer 2007 New Student Orientation sessions

    June 13, June 20, June 27 and August 1

  • SC State begins construction TOMORROW on the James E. Clyburn Transportation Research and Center

  • SC State President Looking Forward

  • SC State's Student Success and Retention Program will host 2009 Summer Orientation

  • The James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center Awarded Grant to Conduct Feasibility Study

  • SC State Prepares for the 5th Annual FIRST Tech Robotics Competition: “Hot Shot”

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

  • SC State’s Alpha Xi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Presents Men against Cancer Pink and Black Affair

  • Stepping It Up

    Awesome footwork takes a revitalized African-American tradition into realm of art

  • Clyburn charts a different course

    Retrieved from The State newspaper

  • Construction Dynamics, Inc. Donates $25,000 to SC State University

  • Dr. George E. Cooper prepares for the Presidency of SC State

  • SC State Announces Summer Orientation: “Passport to Fall 2011”

  • SC State officials to launch "$50M by 2015" research initiative at research forum

  • SC State ranked among Top 10 National Universities for a 2nd consecutive year

  • SC State University's Student Success and Retention Program Announces Spring and Summer Orientation

  • SC State’s Counselor Education Program to Host 61st Annual A.I. Mose Counseling Conference

  • Two SC State students to be honored at national transportation conference

    Two students honored at national transportation conference

  • $126 million reshaping school

    HBCU will 'look very different in 24 months,' emphasize multiculturalism

  • 1890 Research awards $1.5M to SC State faculty researchers

  • Academic Enhancement Academy Success Stories

  • Homeland security research presentation earns student first place at PAWC

  • President’s Message

  • SC State Freshman Among State Farm/PGA Minority Collegiate

  • SC State Instructor serves as Keynote Speaker during International Technology Conference

    Dr. Stevo Bozinovski to speak in Venice, Italy on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2008.

  • SC State seeking research status, more grants

  • SC State students to march, rally in support of College Cost Reduction Act, Sept. 27

    Bill would increase Pell grants, reduce federal student loan interest rates

  • SC State to recognize Faculty and Staff Employees of the Year during the 113th Founders' Day

    Nine SC State employees will be recognized during the annual Founders’ Day Convocation.

  • SC State University Celebrates 114 Years of Rich Heritage During Founders’ Day Convocation

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

  • First-Time Filmmaker explores bizarre community on the Salton Sea

    Metzler’s Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea will be screened at Stanback Planetarium, Nov.11

  • International media covers 1890 research

  • NEA President Reg Weaver to deliver Spring Commencement address

    Friday, May 11 - 7 p.m. - Oliver C. Dawson Stadium

  • SC State Alumni on the Fast Track to Success with the Belk Executive Trainee Program

  • SC State Hosts the 2011 SC Academy of Science Annual Meeting

    "Dr. Judith Salley-Guydon Prepares for Historical Leadership of the SC Academy of Science"

  • SC State pauses to remember martyrs of 1968 Orangeburg Massacre

    The SC State campus community will pause on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2007, to commemorate the 39th annivers

  • SC State University Honors Eighth President through Dedication of New Science and Research Complex

  • USDA/1890 National Scholars Program Guarantees Career after College

  • 12 SC State alumnae publish book on women’s lives, perspectives

    Book signing | Oct. 27 | Fine Arts Center atrium

  • In Spite Of, The Career Center Continues to Deliver

    SC State University’s Career Center provides co-ops, internships and job opportunities for students.

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

    Program seeks to increase computer literacy in state

  • SC State Hosts the 2011 SC Academy of Science Annual Meeting

    "Dr. Judith Salley-Guydon Prepares for Historical Leadership of the SC Academy of Science"

  • SC State University Honors Eighth President through Dedication of New Science and Research Complex

  • SC State University Senior Exclusive HBCU Recipient of Honor Scholarship

  • The SC State “Bulldog Battalion” will host the 30th Annual ROTC Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

    The Hall of Fame honors those commissioned and pursued military service as a career

  • Thomas W. Dortch to speak at 111th SC State Founders' Day Convocation

    SC State will honor the 111th anniversary of its establishment at its annual Founders’ Day convocati

  • SC State University's FOUNDERS' DAY 2008

  • Three Recent SC State Graduates on a Journey Together at Georgetown University