SC State shares the historic mission of our nation's land-grant universities to provide education, research and outreach services for the benefit of our state, nation and larger world. If you are a scientist, researcher, entrepreneur/small businessperson, farmer, economic developer, non-profit representative, educator or simply a concerned citizen, we invite you to study the list below for information on how you can quickly access our research, outreach and economic development entities.
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.
SC State’s Center for NASA Research and Technology is a bridge between NASA technology and the classroom.
The I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium is an embodiment of South Carolina State University's commitment to community service, enhancing the appreciation of both the Arts and Sciences in a single facility. The Museum's programs include aesthetic appreciation, historical and didactic information, scientific and technological presentations and encouraging the development of critical thinking and creative skills for its student and adult constituencies.
The James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center, Southern Rural Transportation Center and National Summer Transportation Institute program constitute SC State’s Transportation Center of Excellence. Through these entities, SC State is meeting today and tomorrow’s transportation needs.
The SC State Office of Sponsored Programs is the intersection of research activity on the SC State campus. To learn more about research efforts and facilities at SC State contact Mr. Elbert Malone at (803) 536-8213 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SC State Small Business Development Center provides quality management and technical assistance to the small business owners and entrepreneurs.
As a public broadcasting facility, the station provides timely information and events within the Orangeburg, Calhoun and Bamberg county areas through interviews and public service announcements.
Applied Radiation Sciences Laboratory (ARSL) serves as a principal investigating conduit in the Palmetto State for research and development in nuclear applications, such as nuclear activation analysis, radiochemistry, medical isotope, radiation damage, material sciences, homeland and national security applications.