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  • What Can I Do With This Major?

  • Dr. Shafiqur Rahman one of 40 U.S. educators selected to attend prestigious entertainment conference

    Journalism prof attends entertainment business and diversity conference in Hollywood

  • Salads preferred choice for Orangeburg teens

    SC State research links healthy eating and academic performance

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  • Dr. Roland Voted President-Elect for the National Association of African-American Honors Programs

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

  • Mosely, ‘00, named Communications Coordinator for 1890 Research and Extension

  • SC State Inaugurates Communications Major

  • SC State University's FOUNDERS' DAY 2008

  • Two New Deans Appointed at SC State University

  • Facilities Management

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

  • SC State University's Executive Speaker Series Features the BMW Corporation

  • 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.

  • NAFEO recognizes two distinguished SC State alumni

    Award-winning journalist Pyatt, ’56, and noted jurist Felder, ’59, ’61, honored by NAFEO

  • 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

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

  • Degree Programs – Undergraduate Catalog

  • Jefferson visits China as International Scholar Laureate

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

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

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  • Betty M. Parker featured in SC State's Executive Speaker Series, April 9

    She will present a lecture entitled “Leadership Development for Workplace Success.”

  • Malia L. Mason Named Miss Homecoming 2010-2011

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

  • SC State's I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Presents "Dive! Living Off America's Waste"

  • 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

  • CEO of Minerva Media and Publishing, Dana Tucker to speak at SC State

  • Five Honors College Scholars to Compete in Black College Quiz Game Show

  • Funding Opportunities

  • Online Continuing Education Courses

  • SC State to host the 5th Annual “White Cane Day”

    “White Cane Day” promotes awareness about the lives of the blind and visually impaired.

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

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

  • Trainings

  • I.P. Stanback Museum celebrates National Museum Day

    Features new exhibition, planetarium shows and art workshops for children

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

  • Are You A Changer?

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

  • 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