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SC State research links healthy eating and academic performance
Featured Speaker: Isaac Bennett, VP of Capital Markets, Farm Credit Bank
Dwayne Hall, nationally known as “The Retirement Resource” will be the presenter
Executive Speakers' Series
SC State's Dr. John B. Williams and Dr. Denise Grant presented seminars at 'Technology Day' 2008.
MiniMoguls Camp Money will be held on July 16-20, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Felton Laboratory School
Speed’s discussion topic will be “Program Management Solutions”
Kirsten Pratt, a business management major was recently named a Geico Achievement Award winner
Exceptional financial management ensures accessibility and affordability of higher education
Dr. Robert T. Barrett is the new dean of the College of Business and Applied Professional Sciences
SC State will kick off its Spring 2007 Executive Speaker Series on Wednesday, Jan. 24
“The Housing Industry - Better Controls and Risk Management are Key to Solving the Current Crisis.”
$350,000 grant funds new study
The SC State Small Business Development Center provides quality management and technical assistance to the small business owners and entrepreneurs.
She will present a lecture entitled “Leadership Development for Workplace Success.”
SC State recently hired Dr. Richard P. Coe as the associate vice president of academic affairs
SC State has named Valerie M. Dinkins as interim vice president for the Division of Institutional Ad
12 p.m., Belcher Hall fourth floor auditorium
50 SC State Student-Athletes Earn MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic Honors; Achieve 3.00 or Better Cu
The Office of Multicultural Affairs at SC State University serves as a unit in the area of Enrollment Management and is part of the Division of Student Affairs. The Office of Multicultural Affairs promotes a campus environment that is inclusive of a diverse university community in order to further the overall mission of educational excellence at SC State University. The Office of Multicultural Affairs collaborates with our campus community towards a diversified campus.
SC State University Hosts Alumnus and Board of Visitors Chairperson, During Executive Speaker Series
Colonel Antonio S. Coleman, ‘84, will serve as the distinguished speaker
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.
Cannon’s discussion topic will be "Starting and Succeeding in Business."
The Center offers free resources to new and existing entrepreneurs.
SC State's Chief Academic Officer Invited to Serve as United States Keynote Speaker at International
The Offices of the Treasurer, Financial Aid and Registrar will be located in Moss Hall, 5/30-6/1
Featured Speaker: Tanya Bolton, Certified Licensed Counselor
"Global Leadership Programs to Achieve Diversity"
SC State will honor the 111th anniversary of its establishment at its annual Founders’ Day convocati
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.
Lecture series enters its 11th year
Edward Sellers will discuss the topic “The Health Care Industry: Present and Future"
SC State’s College of Business welcomes Dr. Gerald C. Gonsalves
1,205 (and counting...) is a 37% increase over 881 in Fall 2006
Erica Ross Qualls, SC State Alumna, will speak on Wed. Jan. 28, 2009.
First exhibition since 1969 debut at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art
Zachary Delano Middleton Encourages His Peers to Believe in Greatness!
8 a.m. to 7p.m., Monday to Friday. Effective July 2
Presented by 1890 Research & Extension in partnership with the FDIC
Belcher Hall 4th Floor Auditorium, April 11, 12 p.m.
Executive Speaker Series features marketing professional Kelvyn Moore
2173 Russell Street, next door to the Office of Human Resources. FMI: (803) 536-8818
SC State's 2008 Executive Speaker Series, resumes Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Daniels is president/CEO of Society for Financial Education and Professional Development
Ann Nesby, R&B, gospel and dance music singer will headline this year’s Scholarship Gala and Tribute
Features new exhibition, planetarium shows and art workshops for children
2007 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars selected by Diverse Issues in Higher Education magazine
Sept. 19, Belcher Hall, 12 p.m.
The first speaker for the fall 2008 Business Speaker Series will be President George E. Cooper
New group of students aims to change the negative perception surrounding Orangeburg
Applications must be returned by May 21, 2009.
SC State students interned at the SRS Environmental Sciences Field Station
Information, advice and consultation to students who are seeking internship information, employment opportunities, both on and off campus are being provided by the Student Services office.
Awesome footwork takes a revitalized African-American tradition into realm of art
Book signing | Oct. 27 | Fine Arts Center atrium
Retrieved from The State newspaper
Registration for New Students, August 15, 2008
The Hall of Fame honors those commissioned and pursued military service as a career
The next installment of SC State’s weekly Executive Speaker Series will feature David N. Evans
Application Deadline is May 20; 15 full scholarships available
Stinson will be speaking on “Preparing to enter the Global Market.”
Dr. Elsie Brown hired as assistant director of Felton Laboratory School
Dr. John Berry to Serve on the Review Committee for The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University
“Leadership – A Global Urgency”
John E. Smalls will retire on June 30, 2011
Golden Key International Honour Society Induction Ceremony, Dec. 2, Bulldog Lounge, 6 p.m.
Robinson interviewed for a segment on diversity at HBCUs
Editorial reprinted from The Times and Democrat, July 26, 2002
12 Steps to Consider When Starting and/or Growing Your Business
The fellowship is for SC State students pursuing a master of science degree in Transportation
Dec. 13 expo features on-the-spot admissions and scholarships fair
SC State's assistant professor Deborah Blacknall, will present a lecture entitled “Your Professional
A Retrospective: Endless possibilities in clay, plastic, wood, wax and bronze ~ Feb. 17 to Feb. 29
The U.S. Army announced the recent promotion of SC State alumnus Kenneth D. Hubbard to Colonel
Jaime Dicks is a Library of Congress Junior Fellow.
SC State was the the first student chapter chartered in South Carolina
“Dare to Dream”
‘Officially Presenting Textbooks and Learning Materials to Zanzibar’
The center, in operation since 1979, will celebrate 28 years of service on Friday, March 16
Two students honored at national transportation conference
Summer Computer Camp “Bridges the Gap in the Digital Divide” in Anderson, Charleston, Hampton and Or
SC State begins national search for chief fundraising position
Executive Speaker Series to feature Daniel Black, MBA, ‘71, certified public accountant
Brigadier General V. Nolen Bivens, ‘78, will deliver keynote address at commissioning ceremony
Reprinted from The Times and Democrat
Dr. Jeffrey Johnson’s topic will be on Governance and the Administration of Nonprofits.
South Carolina State University soon will have an impact on the education of an entire nation.
The Program is intended for any OCtech student who will continue their studies at SC State.
Interviews begin on Wednesday, July 15, 2009.
Danielle Williams and identical twins Elizabeth & Tereza Govrik will graduate from SC State
Nine SC State employees will be recognized during the annual Founders’ Day Convocation.
The SC State University Presidential Search Committee held its first meeting today.
Presents 648,000 Mathematics and Chemistry Textbooks and Learning Materials to Zanzibar
The Founders’ Day keynote address will be delivered by Dr. Anthony O. Parker
SC State University’s Board of Visitors Adopts Belts, Ties and Pearls Initiative
1890 Extension rewarded more than 60 students with brand new computers - built by the the students
SC State's Speech Pathology and Audiology Department Continues to Attract the Best Students
SC State's Small Business Development Center Establishes Growth in Staggering Economy
SC State dorm built in 1917, once the pride of the school, gets new life.
Dr. M. Christopher Brown II Appointed President of Alcorn State University
Features the music of world-renowned saxophonist and NEA jazz master Frank Foster
Scholarships to Outstanding Achievers