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  • What Can I Do With This Major?

  • Jae Sinnett Music Clinic

    Music industry and radio broadcast workshop, performance and music clinic

  • Performance Clubs & Organizations

    Performance Clubs & Organizations

  • SC State’s “Marching 101 Band” named as a Conn- Selmer School

    The positions SC State to become a leader in music and music education.

  • Jae Sinnett to conduct Music Clinic at SC State, Feb. 7

    SC State’s music industry and technology department will host a music industry and radio broadcast w

  • Band Program Activity Chapter Challenges Others to Assist University Music Program

  • SC State’s Director of Bands Receives Distinguished Achievement in Music Award

  • Music Program

  • Salads preferred choice for Orangeburg teens

    SC State research links healthy eating and academic performance

  • Renowned Clinicians to Host Band Directors, Honor Band and Jazz Band Clinic

  • Two SC State University Students Receive Scholarships to Attend the Conn-Selmer Institute

    They will attend a three-day workshop at the 11th Annual Institute for Music Educators.

  • Academic Success Academy Links

  • Enjoy Music, Food and Festivities During SC State University's 2010 Spring Arts Festival

  • Florida State University’s Professor of Music to Conduct the 12th Annual SC Collegiate Honor Band

  • Internal Audit Links

  • Links

  • Music For Wind Band

    MLK Auditorium - 7 p.m.

  • Related Links

  • Related Links

  • SC State University’s Department of Music Hosts 2011 Wind Ensemble Concert

  • SC State University’s Department of Music Hosts 2011 Wind Ensemble Concert

  • Degree Programs – Undergraduate Catalog

  • Renowned Clinicians to Host Band Directors, Honor Band and Jazz Band Clinic

  • Career Center

  • Dr. Richard Beckford Performs During 135th Church Anniversary in Jamaica

  • SC State conducts inaugural Spanish language summer camp for middle, high school students

    Music, dance and art supplement verb wheels and flashcards in language instruction

  • SCSU Jazz Ensemble presents Spring Concert, April 27

    Features the music of world-renowned saxophonist and NEA jazz master Frank Foster

  • Honda Battle of the Bands Unveils 2011 Invitational Showcase Line-Up

  • Acclaimed Percussionist, Dr. Laura Jordan, to perform at SC State

  • SC State University to Participate in “More Light for Haiti” Relief Benefit Concert

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  • SC State Honors Student Teachers During Induction Ceremony

  • SC State University Presents Line-Up of Celebrities during Homecoming 2011

  • SC State’s Director of Bands Receives Palmetto Patriot Award

  • “Celebrating Musical Giants: Keiko Abe, James Brown, Ney Rosauro, Mark Ford, and others”

  • Department of Visual & Performing Arts

    It is the mission of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts to provide the academic and social education, along with intensive arts training to create a new generation of artists and involved citizens for a global society.

  • SC State Mallet and Percussion Ensembles Premier Fall Concert, Dec. 5

  • Percussion Department Premiere Concert celebrates composer Philip Glass

    Ground-breaking concert will present 10 works by Academy Award-nominated composer Philip Glass

  • Advanced Placement

    The University grants advanced placement, and placement with credit to beginning students who score three and above on tests in the Advanced Placement Program of the College Entrance Examination Board.

  • SC State Professor’s Article part of the Vatican Library’s Historical Collection

  • The 2009 SC State Foundation Scholarship Gala and Tribute ~ 'A Night Among the Stars'

    Ann Nesby, R&B, gospel and dance music singer will headline this year’s Scholarship Gala and Tribute

  • SC State's I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Friends Host Art Panel Discussion

  • SC State's MEISA to Host Concert

  • Apparition of the Eternal Church

    The screening of Apparition of the Eternal Church, February 3.

  • Dr. Charlie Spell Appointed as Interim Chair for the Department of Education at SC State University

  • Facilities Management

  • Southern Circuit Film Festival Returns to SC State

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

  • SC State Percussion Ensemble Celebrates Edgar Allan Poe’s 200th Birthday

    The concert will be percussive, theatrical, dramatic, and artistic.

  • Comedian from “The Mo’Nique Show” and other Guest Comedians to Appear During Bulldog Fest 2011

  • SC State University - 'Feels Good'

    S.C. State keeper of James Brown’s memorabilia, Brown exhibit opens in October

  • “War, the Devil & Stravinsky” celebrates composer's 125th birthday

  • Bulldog Sip-n-Groove

    Sponsored the Orangeburg County Alumni Chapter of SC State University; Tourville Lodge, 8 p.m.

  • James Brown: Preserving The Legacy

    I. P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium will hold its exhibition opening on Feb. 20

  • Roxanne Stevenson to Conduct SC State University's Jazz Ensemble

  • SC State student performs in HBCU All-Star Jazz Ensemble

    SC State senior Christopher Andrews selected as lead alto saxophonist in international jazz ensemble

  • SC State University’s Department of Visual and Performing Arts Presents “An Evening of Art Song”

  • Comedian from “The Mo’Nique Show” and other Guest Comedians to Appear During Bulldog Fest 2011

  • David Banner to speak at 2nd Hip Hop Symposium at SC State

    The theme for this year’s Symposium will be “Black on Black Crime.”

  • James Brown: the Legacy Continues

  • 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.

  • Transfer Students

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

  • Visual & Performing Arts celebrates accreditation during 2009 Spring Arts Festival Week

    The Spring Arts Festival Week is April 13-18, 2009.

  • SC STATE CELEBRATE'S COMPOSER IGOR STRAVINSKY

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

  • James Brown: the Legacy Continues

  • SC State University Observes Black History Month with an Array of Activities

  • Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman

  • Fall 2008 Student Teachers

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

  • University Village’s Camp All-Stars Creates Limitless Opportunities

  • Student Affairs

    Student Affairs

  • Jonathan Green Exhibition

  • Radio Voice of SC State University to Host Annual Membership Drive

  • 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

  • Display Your Talents During Koffee House Night

  • Four Loyal and Committed Sons of SC State University Inductees into the 32nd annual Army ROTC Hall

  • Four Loyal Sons of SC State University Inductees into the 32nd Annual Army ROTC Hall of Fame

  • Funding Opportunities

  • Hubble Space Telescope: New Views of the Universe opens March 1

  • Jefferson visits China as International Scholar Laureate

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

  • Lyceum Entertainment Series presents jazz flutist

    Lyceum Entertainment Series presents Jazz Flutist Galen Abdur-Razzaq, March 28, 7:30 p.m.

  • Online Continuing Education Courses

  • Radio Station

    Radio Station

  • SC State Celebrates "Week of the Young Child"

    More than 1000 children will visit SC State on April 14

  • SC State Lyceum Entertainment Series Presents Jazz Flutist, Galen Abdur-Razzaq

  • SC State Presents World Languages and Cultures Summer Camp

  • SC State University's FOUNDERS' DAY 2008

  • SC State University's Marching 101 Band Presents "Man Versus Beast" Band Battle

  • SC State's Jazz Ensemble In Concert

    South Carolina native, Fred Wesley, featured performer

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

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

  • Sex, Love, & Lies

    Domestic Violence Awareness Event October 1-2 from 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

  • Trainings

  • War, the Devil & Stravinsky's Birthday

    Sponsored by the Visual and Performance Arts Department

  • Hip Hop Artist Roscoe Dash and other Celebrities to Appear at SC State’s Welcome Back Week 2010

  • I.P. Stanback Museum celebrates National Museum Day

    Features new exhibition, planetarium shows and art workshops for children

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

  • Brig. Gen. Frederick J. Johnson (Retired) Prepared to Inspire at 2011 Army ROTC Ball

  • Child Development Learning Center celebrates 7th annual "Week of the Young Child"

  • Gov. Haley Chooses SC State Alumnus to Lead State’s Unemployment Agency

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

  • 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 Celebrates Week of the Young Child

  • SC State's Ujimaa Dancers and Drummers Participate in 26th Annual Penn Center Heritage Days Festival

  • Six-time Grammy-nominee gospel artist, Marvin Sapp performs with SC State’s Marching 101 Band

    Dr. Marvin Sapp will be performing his hit “Never Would Have Made It”

  • The 2009 SC State Foundation Scholarship Gala and Tribute ‘A Night Among the Stars’

  • The Curriculum

  • Thurgood Marshall Honors Scholars

    SC State scholars spoke at the Thurgood Marshall Leadership Conference in New York, NY.

  • "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

  • Dr. Robert Grenier’s Premier Sonata for Trumpet to be Performed at the University of South Carolina

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

  • Four Loyal Sons of SC State University Inductees into the 32nd Annual Army ROTC Hall of Fame

  • Four Loyal Sons of SC State University Inductees into the 32nd Annual Army ROTC Hall of Fame

  • I.P. Stanback Museum presents "Apparition of the Eternal Church" by Paul Festa

    Part of the 2007-2008 Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers

  • SC State Presents World Languages and Cultures Summer Camp

  • SC State Presents World Languages and Cultures Summer Camp

  • SC State to host 3rd annual Ujimaa Coffeehouse

  • SC State to host the 17th Annual SEAAC Festival

    The Festival will culminate in a concert on April 12 at 7:00 p.m.

  • SC State University's "Marching 101" to Participate in Sprite Queen City Battle of the Bands

  • Sen. Barack Obama and special guests at SC State ~ TODAY

    Sen. Barack Obama will return to Orangeburg tonight for an event at SC State University.

  • Film producer to present documentary on What Black Men Think

    Screening will kick-off inaugural SC State's Honors Week Celebration 2008

  • SC State Introduces New Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

  • SC State receives $30,000 Christmas gift from alum

    Thurman D. Shuler, ’57, ’65, has given his Alma Mater a pretty nice Christmas present – $30,000

  • Stepping It Up

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

  • “Quiet, Yet Powerful Thinking” SC State Students Operate Robot Using Brain Signals

  • Brig. Gen. Frederick J. Johnson (Retired) Prepared to Inspire at 2011 Army ROTC Ball

  • Clyburn charts a different course

    Retrieved from The State newspaper

  • Maj. Gen. Abraham J. Turner Inspires Next Generation of Leaders

  • SC State alumni to converge upon Orangeburg campus for 18th annual national convention

    July 26-29, SC State campus. For more info, visit www.scsunaa.org

  • SC State Alumnus Publishes Book “Potpourri: A Medley of Literary Works”

  • SC State Celebrates Week of the Young Child

  • SC State Hosts Week of the Young Child

  • SC State University’s Speech Pathology and Audiology Program in High Demand

  • SC State’s IP Stanback and Museum presents “The Meaning of Tea”

    The film will be shown at the 'Stanback', Thursday, Nov. 20 at 5:30 p.m. in the Planetarium.

  • South Carolina State University Founders’ Weekend Activities

  • South Carolina State University Founders’ Weekend Activities

  • South Carolina State University Founders’ Weekend Activities

  • South Carolina State University Founders’ Weekend Activities

  • South Carolina State University Founders’ Weekend Activities

  • Stanback Museum & Planetarium reopening after two-year hiatus

  • 'Evening of Civil Rights and Answers to Racism', a tribute to Isaac "Ike" Williams

  • Choreograph, Celebrate and Learn Dance with the Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater

    “The Stanback” presents the Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater April 16-19

  • Parents Weekend

  • SC State University Alumnus to Keynote Orangeburg Massacre Commemoration Ceremony

  • “Achieving a Lifetime of Goals” Dr. Leola Adams Named First Female Dean Emeritus

  • Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series to Highlight Arts in Educational Learning System

  • I.P. Stanback Museum offers second annual independent film festival

    Southern Circuit Film Festival independent filmmakers return to SC State

  • Maj. Gen. Abraham J. Turner Inspires Next Generation of Leaders

  • SC State celebrates its cultural diversity in 5th Annual International Awareness Month

    Parade, Film Festival, Forum series planned