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  • Student Affairs

    Student Affairs

  • SC State University Observes National Library Week with an Array of Events

  • SC State University Observes National Library Week with an Array of Events

  • Adrienne C. Webber, has been named as the Dean of Library & Information Services

  • Miller F. Whittaker Library hosts Seventh Annual LIBRIS Conference for S.C. Library personnel

    Friday, May 18, 2007, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the fourth floor auditorium of Belcher Hall

  • 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’s Miller F. Whittaker Library celebrates National Library Week

    The Cecil Williams Collection: A Visual Chronicle of African American History

  • Library

  • SC State recent graduate explores a “World of History” at the Library of Congress

    Jaime Dicks is a Library of Congress Junior Fellow.

  • Call For Papers ~ 2nd Annual Hip-Hop Symposium

    The Symposium is sponsored by the staff of the Miller F. Whittaker Library at SC State

  • SC State Community Gains Access to Library Resources through Remote Authentication

  • Archivist Ashley Till joins Whittaker Library staff

  • SC State Miller F. Whittaker Library

    Intersession Hours

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

  • SC State University’s Miller F. Whittaker Library Prepares for Smart Classroom

  • SC State's Miller F. Whittaker Library presents Bruce Edwards, author of "Loving Lovely Ladies"

  • 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

  • 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 University Receives Notable Award for I-95 Corridor Study

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

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

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

  • Display Your Talents During Koffee House Night

  • MSNBC announces final schedule details for "First in Nation" Presidential Primary Debates

    MSNBC Will Preview Both Debates, April 26 And May 3, With All Day Political Coverage Leading Into De

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

  • Pamela P. Lackey, AT&T's, S.C. President featured speaker on Feb. 27

  • Felton Laboratory Students Named Summer Vacation Reading Champions

    Felton's students completed the “Catch the Reading Bug” Program, reading a total of 291 books.

  • Gifts of Personal Property

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

  • Campus Documentary Viewing - "The Marines of Montford Point: Fighting for Freedom"

    5 p.m. - Nance Hall 309. Narrated by Academy Award winner Louis Gossett Jr.

  • Campus Documentary Viewing - "The Marines of Montford Point: Fighting for Freedom"

    5 p.m. - Nance Hall 309. Narrated by Academy Award winner Louis Gossett Jr.

  • 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.”

  • SC State hosted the South Carolina Archival Association (SCAA) social and fundraiser

  • What Can I Do With This Major?

  • 2nd Annual Hip Hop Symposium

    Unveiling of the Juried Art Show

  • S.C. State’s 2010 Homecoming Marshals Show Love for Community and SC State

  • SC State Hosts Kemba Smith

  • SC State University Continues to Observe Black History Month

  • SC State University Hosts Book Signing on Pervasive Topic

  • Services

  • “The Economic Return on Investment in South Carolina’s Higher Education.”

    CHE will hold a press conference to release the findings of a study at SC State

  • Jessica Hosey elected Miss Homecoming 2007

  • Visual Arts Program Facilities

  • “FAFSA Saturday” to teach college-bound students how to pay for school

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

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

  • SC State Celebrates Week of the Young Child

  • SC State Celebrates Week of the Young Child

  • SC State hosts "Graduate and Professional Schools Day"

    “Bright Minds, Great Opportunities: Makes an Ideal Partnership”

  • SC State partners with Town of Allendale to provide Community Resources Center

    Designed to provide access to technology and other educational and development needs.

  • SC State professor selected as a Holocaust Educational Foundation Fellow

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

  • SC State University Contributes to City University of New York’s 2010 Calendar & Curriculum Project

  • SC State University Day in the S.C. Legislature, March 7

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

  • SC State's Disability Enhancement Program Launches Fall Series of Lunch and Learn Training Sessions

  • SC State, City of Orangeburg to honor U.S. House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn

    SC State, City of Orangeburg will hold a reception honoring Congressman Jim Clyburn, ’61

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

  • Best-selling author Terry McMillan to speak at SC State’s Spring Commencement Ceremony

    SC State's Commencement Convocation will be held on Friday, May 8, 2009 at 7 p.m.

  • Career Center to sponsor annual Graduate and Professional Schools Day

    Oct. 24 | Student Center

  • Dr. Konte to Conduct Research on African Studies at Indiana University

  • Roberts elected chairman of NAACP National Youth Work Committee

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

  • SC State Celebrates African American Month 2008

  • SC State Museum Studies’ Interns and Students Travel to Historical Sites

  • SC State seeking research status, more grants

  • SC State University Business Students Engage in Scholarly Research and Writing

  • SC State University’s Career Center Presents Graduate and Professional Schools’ Day

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

  • SC State’s largest reunion class donation to fund teacher education scholarships

  • 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

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

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

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

  • Felton Laboratory School Student Receives Outstanding Awards at the SC Earth and Science Conference

  • Honor Societies

    Honor Societies

  • President of the Greater Washington, DC Chapter of the NFB to Speak at Annual White Cane Day Event

  • SC State University Celebrates African American History Month 2008

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

  • “The Marines of Montford Point: Fighting for Freedom”

    SC State will host a premiere of the hour-long documentary film, “The Marines of Montford Point: Fig

  • Continuing To Make History SC State University receives a $13 million grant

    SC State University receives a grant to continue the textbooks and learning materials program

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

  • SC State Alumnus Reaches New Heights

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

  • SC State University's FOUNDERS' DAY 2008

  • Two New Assistant Vice Presidents Appointed to Academic Affairs at SC State University