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  • A-Z Index

    An alphabetic listing of all pages on this website.

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

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

  • 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 gives you the facts on the H1N1 flu and tips to stay healthy.

  • Mandarin Chinese classes aim to open door to global opportunities

  • Department of Civil & Mechanical Engineering Technology and Nuclear Engineering

    The Civil and Mechanical Engineering Technology program at South Carolina State University attempts to go beyond technical competence to develop technologists who are leaders in their areas of specialization. With the sudden global demand for nuclear energy, the Nuclear Engineering Program at SCSU is ready and able to produce quality nuclear engineers for the renaissance of this complex and advance field.

  • Department of Education

    The Department of Education is the professional unit responsible for the preparation of educational personnel for South Carolina public schools: grades K-12, elementary and secondary.

  • Loan Exit Counseling for May 2007 Graduates

    Loan Exit Counseling will be available online from March 13, 2007 to April 27, 2007.

  • National Urban League and Walgreens “Take Care Health Tour” visits SC State

    Free health screenings on Thursday, Nov. 6, 2008 at the SC State Student Center.

  • SC State University Secures $1.2 Million to Continue Student Support Services Program

  • Counselor Education

  • Internal Audit Links

  • Student Career Tracking System

  • 1890 Research and Extension

    SC State's 1890 Research and Extension service is a multi-tiered organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people. From methodical research projects for the betterment of agriculture to technology and wellness operations in limited resources area across South Carolina, 1890 constitutes an enormous portion of SC State's outreach activities.

  • In sport known for steroids, bodybuilder goes another way

    Retrieved from The Times and Democrat

  • Science and Sport Combine at FIRST Tech Challenge Championship Tournament

    Robotics Competition Gets Students Excited About Engineering

  • Noble Leader Receives Prestigious Nursing Award

  • SC State University Students Gain International Experience

  • Stepping It Up

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

  • “Changing the Perception One Community at a Time”

    Zachary Delano Middleton Encourages His Peers to Believe in Greatness!

  • “Defeating Domestic Violence, Drug Policies and a Destructive Justice System”

    Kemba Smith Shares Her Impactful Story with SC State University

  • Military Clubs/Organizations

    Military Clubs/Organizations

  • SC State’s Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity host 2nd Annual Run for the Dream 5k

    Community Health Festival will be held on April 18, 2009 at 9 am at the K.W Green Student Center

  • Scholarship Concert featuring DeWayne Woods

  • SC State University gives you the facts on the swine flu and tips to stay healthy.

  • "Embracing Change" SC State NAACP Chapter Presents NAACP Week

  • "Yes We Can!" Dr. Charles Smith Encourages Students to Pursue Their Dreams

  • Motivational Speaker and AIDS Activist to Speak During HIV and AIDS Health Awareness Summit

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

    Robotics Competition Gets Students Excited About Engineering

  • Tiffany Burgess awarded $5,000 in Alltel Wireless’ “Words of Wisdom” essay competition

    Essay on African American History selected in nationwide competition featuring Dr. Maya Angelou

  • Are You A Changer?

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

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

  • International Programs

  • 1968 with Tom Brokaw

    9 p.m. on The History Channel

  • Bow Wow makes stop at SC State during “Walk across America Voting Tour”

  • Dr. Carol Apt to Speak at Brown Bag Lecture Series

  • I.P. Stanback Museum presents "Kamp Katrina" by David Redmon

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

  • I.P. Stanback Museum presents "Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea" by Christopher Metzler

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

  • Tom Joyner Foundation to raise funds for SC State, 10 other HBCUs in 2008

  • U.S. Secretary of Education appoints President Hugine to HBCU Capital Finance Board

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

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

  • Debate Sponsors

  • Denise Stokes to Speak During SC State's HIV/AIDS Awareness Week

  • Rehabilitation Counseling

  • SC State Chapter of NAACP host Centennial Anniversary

    The SC State NAACP Chapter celebrates its centennial anniversary on Monday, Feb.9-12th

  • SC State unveils new brand, new Web Site, "New State of Mind"

    SC State unveils new brand, new Web Site, "New State of Mind"; Wachovia gives $250K to SC State

  • SC State's Brooks Health Center Presents "Men Against Cancer Pink and Black Affair"

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

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

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

  • Youth from Orangeburg, surrounding counties to experience Bulldog Tenacity

  • President of the National Federation of the Blind, Anil Lewis to speak at White Cane Day event

  • SC State Hosts “Lunch and Learn” Disability Enhancement Training Session

    The session will be held on July 8, 2009 at noon in the Staley Auditorium.

  • SC State University Alumnus to Conduct Book Signing During Alumni Weekend

  • SC State University's I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Presents "The Reckoning"

  • A "GREAT" First Day

    Dr. Cooper steps into role as SC State's 10th President

  • ETV’s The Big Picture to profile Congressman James E. Clyburn, ‘61

    Program on SC State alum airs statewide, Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7:30 p.m.

  • Facilities Management

  • Five SC State University Students to Visit China this Summer

    The Chinese Culture Center selected the students to participate in the 2010 Teach English Internship

  • Jesse Jackson coming to SC State

  • SC State's first art grad inducted to S.C. Black Hall of Fame

    Carolyn McCoy Govan, '74, honored for commitment to the arts and devotion to education

  • Acquire "Real World" Business Skills at SC State's Small Business Development Center

    “Street Talk Marketing” seminar, will be held on Wednesday, April 22 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Closure for Orangeburg Massacre

    Retrieved from The Times & Democrat

  • History Channel documentary, "1968", looks at turbulent year, Orangeburg Massacre

    "1968 with Tom Brokaw" debuts Sunday, Dec. 9, at 9 p.m.

  • President of NAACP, South Carolina Conference, to speak at SC State

    The theme for this event is "Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?"

  • SC State receives $250,000 Upward Bound Math and Science grant

  • SC State University students to chronicle history

    I.P. Stanback interns to video document Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial Dedication

  • SC State's Department of Social Sciences to Introduce The Sociology of Genocide

  • “SHE’S FIERCE”

    SC State student, Montina Myers interns with the Tyra Banks Show

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

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

  • Convocation Speaker Leaves Message of Purpose & Possibility with SC State University Freshmen

  • Devlin’s number still speaks volumes

    SC State celebrates 100 years of Bulldog Football, Nov. 9

  • FBI plans to revisit Orangeburg Massacre

    Federal authorities will re-examine three civil rights-era cases in S.C.

  • Inaugural Leadership Symposium to bring leadership experts to SC State University

    “Leadership – A Global Urgency”

  • Obama, courting youth vote, returns to Orangeburg

    Senator Barack Obama, grammy award-winning musician Usher, and actress Kerry Washington at SC State

  • SC State University Alumnus Appointed as Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness

  • SC State University Continues to Provide a Safe Haven with the Reserve Officers Program

  • SC State’s Honors Program and Golden Key International Honors Society Host Courageous Conversation

  • SC State’s I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Presents Zora Neale Hurston’s “Jump at the Sun”

  • USDA/1890 National Scholars Program Guarantees Career after College

  • Browder to speak in Awakening Lecture Series

    Cultural historian Anthony T. Browder to speak in Awakening Lecture Series

  • Clyburn Endowment preserves history and legacy of SC State

    Watch “Clyburn of South Carolina” on ETV tonight, and download the new issue of SCSU Review

  • Indie filmmaker Roger Beebe discovers art in everyday America

    Beebe’s short films will be screened at Stanback Planetarium, Sept. 16

  • Kwanzaa Not on Students' Holiday To-Do List

    Black College Wire Report

  • S.C. Democratic Debate planners release information for Debate, Community Celebration ticket-holders

  • SC State Alumnus Reaches New Heights

    Dr. M. Christopher Brown II Appointed President of Alcorn State University

  • SC State Hosts Kemba Smith

  • SC State Student's Hometown Dialect Leads to Meaningful Opportunity

  • SC State University’s Speech Pathology and Audiology Program Offers a Course in Sign Language

  • SC State's Counselor Education Program to Host 60th Annual A.I. Mose Counseling Conference

  • SC State’s I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Presents its fourth annual Film Festival

  • Senate Confirms Clifford Stanley, SC State Alumnus, As National Security Nominee

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

  • 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.

  • What do I bring with me?

  • SC State's summer Health and Wellness Camp focuses on obesity and diabetes in rural SC teens

  • AT&T awards $10,000 in new scholarship funds to SC State

    U.S. House Majority Whip James Clyburn joins AT&T in announcement

  • History of Zanzibar

    Learn more about Zanzibar's history

  • Making Taxes Simpler

    SC State University’s Small Business Development Center sponsors a tax workshop.

  • Maximum $18,000 available for prospective first-time home buyers

    NCO CDC seeks to increase homeownership in S.C.

  • Roberts elected chairman of NAACP National Youth Work Committee

  • SC State Deserves National Recognition

    Reprinted from the SC Statehouse Report

  • SC State Freshman Among State Farm/PGA Minority Collegiate

  • SC State Senior Sean Nimmons Named 2009 Outstanding Student of the Year

  • SC State University Launches DUI Awareness Campaign

  • SC State’s I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium presents its fourth annual Film Festival

    An opportunity to view new films and interact with the makers of each film.

  • Two SC State University Students to Study Abroad in Costa Rica

  • “Congressman Jim Clyburn, appointed to Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction”

  • “Heroes of Solidarity” New Book Gives Insight Into Poland’s Movement to Freedom

  • Corporate Executive Shares Lessons of Success with SC State’s 2010 Spring Graduates

  • Crime declines at SC State, but chief believes rate can go lower

    Source: The Times and Democrat Newspaper

  • Ernest L. Dessausure Named to Exclusive Membership Organization

  • Ernest L. Dessausure Named to Exclusive Membership Organization

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

  • Felton Laboratory School’s D.A.R.E. Graduation to feature Curtis Wilson

  • NEA President Reg Weaver to deliver Spring Commencement address

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

  • Preparation Means Opportunity for Recent SC State Graduates

  • S.C. State lessons serve Porcher well

    SC State celebrates 100 years of Bulldog Football, Nov. 9

  • SC State Launches Fall 2009 Brown Bag Lecture Series

    Dr. Arnold Murdock, Director of the Office of Extended Studies will be speaking

  • SC State Toastmasters Announce Its Fall 2009 Interest Meeting

  • SC State University Hosts Artist Exhibition: "Sumptuary Series"

  • SC State University's Career Center Hosted the Annual Graduate and Professional Schools Day Fair

    "Higher Education Is Essential"

  • SC State University's Fashion Merchandising Association Presents "Fashion Emporium: Street Chic"

  • SC State's Disability Enhancement Project Holds Summer Institute

  • SC State's James E. Clyburn Transportation Center to Host Summer Institute

    Applications must be returned by May 21, 2009.

  • SC State’s Brooks Health Center and Campus Community Rally for Blood during Annual Blood Drive

  • SC State’s Pough Join Football Coaches Around The Palmetto State For Benefit Dinner

  • The Boeing Company Makes Recruitment Stop at SC State

  • The Curriculum

  • "Inquisitive Minds" Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Team Prepares for National Competition

  • 15 S.C. High School students complete Summer Transportation Institute

    SC State’s Institute is the pioneer host site for the many Institute's throughout the country.

  • African American Read-In featuring author Nicole Rouse

  • All systems are go! All candidates confirmed for 2008 Presidential Debate

    First-in-the nation debate to air live from SC State, April 26, by NBC News

  • Crime Alert

  • FREE H1N1 Vaccine Now Available to All South Carolinians

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

  • Jordan Simmons and the tattered overcoat

    Retrieved from The State newspaper

  • National Association of Black Social Workers’ President to Highlight African History at SC State

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

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

    Reprinted from The Times and Democrat

  • Representative Bakari Sellers to Keynote SC State University's Fall Convocation

  • SC State Alumnus Nominated Brigadier General

  • SC State Hosts Domestic Violence Symposium

  • SC State to Host Alumnus and Executive Speaker Dominick Shaw

  • SC State to Host Executive Speaker Solomon Graham

  • SC State University Hosts Alumnus and Board of Visitors Chairperson, During Executive Speaker Series

  • SC State University Hosts Exhibition of Artist Myra Greene

  • SC State University's I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Opens Exhibition

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

  • SC State's Student Affairs and the I.P. Stanback Museum & Planetarium Announce Joint Venture

  • SC State’s Brooks Health Center and Campus Organizations to Host Annual Blood Drive

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

  • Young, Black, and Paid: Success Secrets of Great Entrepreneurs and Leaders for Students

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

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

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

  • 2007 MEAC Basketball Tournament unveils this year’s theme to jam on and off court

    2007 MEAC Basketball Tournament

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

  • Clyburn Transportation Center to host Summer Transportation Institute for high school students

    Application Deadline is May 20; 15 full scholarships available

  • Dr. Rafida Idris discusses obesity research on Voice of America network

  • Felton Laboratory School Receives Palmetto Gold Award

  • Felton Laboratory School to hold DARE graduation

    Friday, April 20, 2007, at 10 a.m. in the Felton Gymnasium. Speaker: The Honorable Jerry Govan

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

  • Georgia Representative Alisha Thomas Morgan to Keynote SC State University’s Fall Convocation

  • Jamisons create pharmacy scholarship at SC State

    Reprinted from The Times and Democrat

  • Jonathan Green Exhibition

  • Judieth Davis of SCANA Corporation Opens Fall 2010 Executive Speaker Series

  • President Hugine praises SC State's "Unsung Heroes"

  • President of Creating Clarity, Inc. Featured at SC State University's Executive Speaker Series

  • SC State and Francis Marion Universities Win Award for I-95 Corridor Research

  • SC State Celebrates African American Month 2008

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

    Parade, Film Festival, Forum series planned

  • SC State Forum Focuses on Empowering African American Male Success

    An upcoming SC State forum focuses on empowering African American male success.

  • SC State Police Department Takes a Bite Out of Crime with Crime Talk

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

  • SC State to host a Hip Hop Symposium ~ April 15-16

    Hip-Hop Symposium of knowledge, lectures panel discussion and an open mic

  • 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 University Hosts Fortune 500 Corporate Power Brokers

  • SC State University Hosts Fortune 500 Corporate Power Brokers

  • SC State University Reaches Out to Non-Traditional Students with a New Program

  • SC State University's FOUNDERS' DAY 2008

  • SC State University's Senior Vice President for Finance, Facilities and MIS to Retire

    John E. Smalls will retire on June 30, 2011

  • SC State University’s I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Presents Symposium

  • SC State welcomes its largest freshman class

    1,205 (and counting...) is a 37% increase over 881 in Fall 2006

  • SC State's I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Presents "Abel Raises Cain"

  • SC State’s Brooks Health Center and Campus Community Rally for Blood during Annual Blood Drive

  • The James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center Receives Third Fellowship

    The fellowship is for SC State students pursuing a master of science degree in Transportation

  • THE SC STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT WELCOMES THEIR NEWEST MEMBER ~ SHEBA

  • Transportation Center’s annual Summer Transportation Institute

    15 S.C. high school students complete Transportation Center’s annual Summer Transportation Institu

  • Troubled kids in Orangeburg to turn a new lease on life

  • SC State University's Spring 2010 Executive Speaker Series Kicks Off

  • ‘A good education is priceless’: Sharon Sprinkle, '94

    Reprinted from The Times and Democrat

  • “This Morning My Father Died…SO WHAT?”

    SC State University’s Dr. Charles Smith Releases New Book Addressing Fatherless Society

  • 1890 entrepreneurship expo could prompt S.C. teens to save holiday gift money

    Dec. 13 expo features on-the-spot admissions and scholarships fair

  • 1890 Research and Extension conference to focus on rural at-risk youth

    Sen. John W. Matthews Jr. to serve as keynote speaker

  • Actor, singer help Clyburn raise funds for SC State

  • Become a Part of SC State University’s Latest Showpiece

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

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

  • Clyburn charts a different course

    Retrieved from The State newspaper

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

  • Eight SC State I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Students present during the AAAM Conference

  • Frequent use of certain candles produces unwanted chemicals

    Possible link to health risks and indoor air pollution

  • Gala raises $350,000 for Clyburn Endowment

    This year's donations brings the Clyburn Endowment total to $1.7 million

  • Giving back: S.C. State honor students help develop Albemarle's new wildlife habitat

  • Gov. Nikki Haley Names Appointee to SC State Board of Trustees

  • Malia L. Mason Named Miss Homecoming 2010-2011

  • Orangeburg prepares for SC's first presidential debate

    Retrieved from WISTV.com

  • Related Election Coverage

  • SC State alumna Jackie Slayton, Executive Speaker

    “The Housing Industry - Better Controls and Risk Management are Key to Solving the Current Crisis.”

  • SC State business students see China in action

    Students who toured Chinese businesses and landmarks through a grant from the U.S. DOE.

  • SC State Criminal Justice Students Attend Gang Prevention and Intervention Summit

  • SC State Inaugurates Communications Major

  • SC State prepares to get “FIT” as semester begins

    SC State unveils a fitness trail to further efforts toward eliminating the metabolic syndrome

  • SC State professor selected as a Holocaust Educational Foundation Fellow

    Dr. Carol Apt will attend the summer institute at Northwestern University

  • SC State University Makes History ‘Officially Presenting Textbooks to Zanzibar’

    ‘Officially Presenting Textbooks and Learning Materials to Zanzibar’

  • SC State University Successfully Launches the Student Leadership Academy

  • SC State University’s I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Presents “Milking the Rhino”

  • SC State University’s Professor of Communications Attends International Conference

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

  • SC State’s Golden Key International Honour Society Receives Bronze Award

  • SC State’s I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Presents Sixth Annual Film Festival Series

  • Thirteen Year Old to Assist Deserving Student

    “One Individual Can Change the World”

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

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

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

  • SC State’s Fall 2009 Executive Speaker Series Begins for the Fall 2009 Semester

  • Feds Decline to Reopen Orangeburg Massacre Case; NAACP "Not Pleased"

  • "Reaching Back"

    Alumni Partner with SC State to Offer the United States Coast Guard's Pre-Commissioning Initiative

  • $126 million reshaping school

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

  • 15 S.C. high school students complete Transportation Center’s annual Summer Transportation Institute

  • 1890 Extension Program TechBridge Summer Computer Camp

    Summer Computer Camp “Bridges the Gap in the Digital Divide” in Anderson, Charleston, Hampton and Or

  • 600 media, 1,279 stories boost image of SC State

  • After SC State's debate exposure, alumni anxious for first-hand look

    Retrieved from The Times and Democrat

  • Anthony Grant, CEO of Grant Business Strategies, Inc., will speak at SC State on Feb. 6

  • Assessing Fundamental Needs: Community Leaders Gather for I-95 Corridor Initiative Forum at SC State

  • Bobbie Jean Perdue hired as new director of nursing at SC State

    Dr. Bobbie Jean Perdue is the new director of the Department of Nursing

  • Carson’s rise took time to get right

    SC State celebrates 100 years of Bulldog Football, Nov. 9

  • Centennial keeps S.C. State tradition alive for Gardners

    Father and son will return to Bulldogs to be honored as part of top 100 players Saturday

  • Center of success: From cosmetology to foam insulation, businesses getting help for 28 years

  • Coach uses basketball camp to give kids structure, fun

    Will Jones helped organize a summer basketball camp

  • Dr. Nathaniel Wallace Awarded Fulbright Scholar Grant

  • Editorial: Youth program was good use of U.S. money

    Reprinted from The Times and Democrat

  • Film producer to present documentary on What Black Men Think

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

  • Gene Richards’ love of the game

    Retrieved from The State Newspaper

  • Gumbel's "Eye" to focus on SC State University

  • Homeland security research presentation earns student first place at PAWC

  • I.P. Stanback Museum celebrates National Museum Day

    Features new exhibition, planetarium shows and art workshops for children

  • Jeffries picked for ports board

  • Matthew Perry’s Career Changed Lives

  • NEA president urges SC State grads to 'create your own dream'

  • New SC State President, Dr. George E. Cooper - a risk-taker

    Says he's a competitor and will push school to excel

  • NFL kicker, SC State alum offers Cedric Oglesby Kicking Academy

    Free tuition available to selected participants

  • Nicole Chestang to lecture in SC State's Executive Speaker Series

  • No more community celebration ticket for general public available at SC State debate office

    Great Community Response, Limited General Admission Tickets available The Davis Law Firm, 149 Centre

  • President and CEO of the National Partnership for Community Leadership to speak at SC State

    Dr. Jeffrey Johnson’s topic will be on Governance and the Administration of Nonprofits.

  • Retail entrepreneur Rachelle Jamerson featured in weekly Executive Speaker Series, Aug. 29

    12 p.m., Belcher Hall fourth floor auditorium

  • SC State a family committed to its own

    Commentary by President Andrew Hugine

  • SC State Alumna Josephine Evans donates $6,000 to SC State

  • SC State alumna, Dr. BerNadette Lawson- Williams, presents her book “Blossom Bee’s Golf Adventures”

    The book- signing will be held at the I.P. Stanback Museum on October 11

  • SC State Alumnus and Board of Trustees Member Tapped to Lead Bank

  • SC State alumnus inducted into the 2009 MEAC Hall of Fame

    Bill Hamilton, SC State's sport information director was inducted as a conference administrator

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

  • SC State and Francis Marion launch the I-95 Corridor Initiative

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

  • SC State Forum Focuses on Empowering African American Male Success

    An upcoming SC State forum focuses on empowering African American male success.

  • SC State Graduate First to Receive Medical Physics Degree

  • SC State Graduates from the Midwest Share Commonalities

    Danielle Williams and identical twins Elizabeth & Tereza Govrik will graduate from SC State

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

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

  • SC State partner in state-funded center for prostate cancer research

  • SC State professor's research could help with oil cleanups

  • SC State receives $1.6M in USDA funding

  • SC State Student Receives GEICO Achievement Award

    Kirsten Pratt, a business management major was recently named a Geico Achievement Award winner

  • SC State Students Explore a New Culture during China Visit

  • 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 University Board of Trustees Name University’s 10th President

    Dr. George E. Cooper appointed to serve SC State University

  • SC State University Celebrates African American History Month 2008

  • SC State University Makes Conquering Sudden Cardiac Arrests a Top Priority

  • SC State University Professor Educates Attendees on Bankruptcy Reforms

  • SC State University Summer Transportation Institute closing ceremony

    During the four-week institute, high school students participated in various transportation related

  • SC State University's ROTC Program Recognizes Six Cadets as Distinguished Military Students

  • SC State's CDC makes homeownership possible for single working parents

  • SC State’s Agribusiness Summer Camp attracts South Carolina High School Students

    22 high school juniors and seniors representing five area high schools attended the summer camp.

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

  • South Carolina State University Board of Trustees Member to Open Fall 2011 Executive Speaker Series

  • Southern Circuit Film Festival Returns to SC State for Spring 2007 Semester

    Film festival sponsored by the I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium

  • Spartanburg man plans to earn Willie Jeffries a community leader national award

  • Teens build their own PCs at SC State 1890 Extension’s TechBridge Summer Camp

    1890 Extension rewarded more than 60 students with brand new computers - built by the the students

  • The National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Provides Many Opportunities For Its Members

  • The SC State University Police Department Partners with Residential Life and Housing

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

  • Wade to lecture in Executive Speaker Series, April 4

    Features Rick C. Wade, vice president of business development for Palmetto GBA

  • Wild tales still preach to Deacon

    SC State celebrates 100 years of Bulldog Football, Nov. 9

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

  • "There's A Story Behind Every Success"

    SC State's Speech Pathology and Audiology Department Continues to Attract the Best Students

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

  • Gen. Colin Powell Offers Resonating Message during SC State University’s Spring Commencement

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

  • Interim president upbeat, says SC State needs time to heal

    Retrieved from The Times & Democrat

  • Judge Don Beatty, ’74, elected to the Supreme Court of South Carolina

    S.C. General Assembly elects 2nd black to state Supreme Court since Reconstruction

  • Message from the 2009-2010 SGA President~ Zachary Delano Middleton

  • 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

  • Recognizing Self-Worth, Achieving Confidence~SC State Senior Graduating with "A New STATE Of Mind"

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

  • SC State University Presents the 42nd Orangeburg Massacre Commemoration with a Week of Activities

  • SCSU Jazz Ensemble presents Spring Concert, April 27

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

  • State of the University... Interim President Dr. Leonard A. McIntyre

  • Steroids: They're all the rage

    Retrieved from The Times and Democrat

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

    Southern Circuit Film Festival independent filmmakers return to SC State

  • Lawmakers urge probe of Orangeburg Massacre

    Investigation of 1968 killings at SC State will be sought next year

  • SC State celebrates 100 years of Bulldog Football: 1907-2007

    Reprinted from Focus on SC State University

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