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    An alphabetic listing of all pages on this website.

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

  • Calendar

    Events at SC State

  • Lowcountry Classic Web site launched

    Details on game, events and more at

  • Upcoming SC State Events

    Upcoming events at SC State

  • Events

  • SC State vs. USC Game Information

    Tickets, Parking Info, Special Events

  • Alumni Weekend Schedule of Events 2008

  • Alumni Weekend Schedule of Events 2008

  • Counseling & Self - Development Center Calendar of Events

  • Founder's Day Events

  • International Students Association (ISA) to host cultural awareness events at SC State

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

  • This Week's Events

  • This Week's Events

  • This Week's Events

  • This Week's Events

  • 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.

  • Sports Marketing with SC State

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

  • Jefferson visits China as International Scholar Laureate

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

  • Counselor Education

  • Internal Audit Links

  • SC State Cheerleaders

  • Services

  • Lowcountry Classic II Weekend is an “Event with a Purpose”

    Proceeds to benefit need-based scholarships for SC State students

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

    2007 MEAC Basketball Tournament

  • SC State ROTC Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2008

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

  • Face up to history

    Reprinted from The Herald (Rock Hill, S.C.)

  • Military Clubs/Organizations

    Military Clubs/Organizations

  • SC State Track Teams Vie for MEAC Track Titles

  • SC State University Commemorates 43rd Orangeburg Massacre Ceremony

  • Student Government Association Kicks off “Character Week”

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

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

  • SC State’s Ujimma to perform at the 26th Annual Heritage Days Celebration

    “Promoting Tolerance in a Changing World”

  • Campus Activity’s Board Presents Line-Up of Celebrities During Welcome Back to School Week Bash

  • 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

  • New intramural basketball courts unveiled

    SC State recently unveiled a new outdoor intramural basketball court to the University community.

  • Orangeburg Massacre 41st Commemoration Ceremony

    World Premiere of the Documentary: Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre 1968

  • SC State University students to chronicle history

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

  • 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

  • Debate Sponsors

  • Rehabilitation Counseling

  • 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 Celebrates Homecoming 2010 with Fun Activities and Artists Monica, Dorrough and Tyga

  • Media Credentials

    Press: Apply for media credentials

  • SC State Men’s Tennis and Women’s Softball in Action Thursday

  • South Carolina State University Day in the Legislature

  • International Program

    The International Programs Office is administratively housed in the Division of Academic Affairs. A vital mission of the program is to develop intercultural communication skills and international understanding among students and faculty.

  • Sports Marketing

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

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

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

  • Deputy Administrator for U.S. Defense Programs visits SC State

    Robert Smolen recently visited the James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center

  • Lowcountry Classic back 'with a purpose'

    SC State-N.C. A&T game will highlight weekend of festivities

  • New Eyes and Ears on SC State’s Campus with the Bulldog Patrol

  • SC State Honors Week 2008

    Inaugural week to focus on academic excellence

  • "Harlem on My Mind: 1900-1939" Exhibition and Opening Reception

    I.P. Stanback Museum & Planetarium | 5:30 p.m.

  • 2007 Homecoming Week Schedule available for download

    SC State celebrates 2007 Homecoming Week, Oct. 21-28

  • Alumnus Abdalla Straker Speaks at Culminating Fall 2010 Executive Speaker Series

  • Dinkins appointed interim VP of Institutional Advancement

    SC State has named Valerie M. Dinkins as interim vice president for the Division of Institutional Ad

  • 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

  • Request Media Credentials

    Apply for media credentials

  • SC State Alumnus and Tuskegee President Delivers Principal Address at Lincoln Memorial

    Benjamin Peyton will present the address on Saturday, May 30 at 2 p.m.

  • SC State and OCtech create “The Gateway Program”

    The Program is intended for any OCtech student who will continue their studies at SC State.

  • SC State University Continues to Observe Black History Month

  • SC State will participate in 107.3 Jamz/ BI-LO 5th Annual Family Reunion

    The reunion, in Greenville, SC will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 9, 2008

  • SC State's Homecoming to be highlighted on NCAA website

    The video will appear on the NCAA’s Web site,

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

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

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

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

  • Radio Station

    Radio Station

  • Services

  • SC State's Career Center Hosts Nuclear Industry Career Fair

    The Nuclear Industry Career Fair will be held on Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009.

  • Art of the Americas exhibit debuts at I.P. Stanback Museum, June 7

    Planetarium will feature Astronomy of the Ancient Maya

  • Executive Speaker to Discuss Accounting Principles

  • Hunter Exhibition on Display at I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Extended

  • Orangeburg Massacre 41st Commemoration Ceremony

    The Orangeburg Massacre 41st Commemoration Ceremony will be held on Sunday, Feb 8th at 3 p.m.

  • Ronald Perry appointed SC State University Fire Marshal

  • SC State prepares for Season's Severe Weather

  • SC State President to Address AMIkids Monday

  • SC State Students Get Ready to "Turn Up the Heat" During the MEAC College Tour

  • SC State University Celebrates International Awareness Month

  • SC State University to Host President & CEO of Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce

  • SC State will not host the Low Country Classic this year

    The Bulldogs will play five games in Orangeburg for the first time since the 2005 campaign

  • SC State's “Diversity Week 2008”

    “Diversity: Empowering Human Service Professionals through Advocacy”

  • SC State’s Student Government Association to Host General Assembly

  • The Grid Comes Full Circle Exhibit Opens at SC State’s Fine Arts Center Gallery

  • “Journey to Health”

    Conference focuses on Local African American Rural Churches and Communities

  • Chairman of SC State’s Board of Visitors to Address Business Majors During Executive Speaker Series

  • 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.”

  • Dr. Stefan Montgomery to Speak at Lunch and Learn Training Session

  • Dr. Stefan Montgomery to Speak at Lunch and Learn Training Session

  • Edwin Givens selected for 2011 Liberty Fellowship class

    The leadership initiative, is sponsored by Hayne Hipp, Wofford College and the Aspen Institute.

  • Mosely, ‘00, named Communications Coordinator for 1890 Research and Extension

  • National Black MBA Association representative featured speaker in Executive Speaker Series, Jan. 31

    Executive Speaker Series features marketing professional Kelvyn Moore

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

  • SC State Alumni Featured in 2012 South Carolina African American History Calendar

  • SC State Celebrates Week of the Young Child

  • SC State Celebrates Week of the Young Child

  • SC State Chapter of NAACP host Centennial Anniversary

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

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

  • SC State extends condolences to Virginia Tech

  • SC State holds First Annual Higher Education Reporter Roundtable Symposium

    Higher Education Reporters from around the State of South Carolina attended the Symposium.

  • SC State Hosts Domestic Violence Symposium

  • SC State one of Eight Teams to Make the Field

  • SC State professor selected as a Holocaust Educational Foundation Fellow

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

  • SC State Sends Eight to NCAA Track Regional at Gainesville, FL

  • SC State Students Encouraged to Utilize On-Campus Services for Graduate School Preparation

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

  • SC State University's Army ROTC Program to Host Annual Commissioning Ceremony

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

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

  • SC State’s Alpha Xi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta to celebrate 75th Anniversary

  • Students Explore Various Cultures through SC State’s OINSEP

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

  • "Freshman and New Student Enrollment Information"

    (For those who did not attend Summer Orientation)

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

  • A "GREAT" First Day

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

  • Amani Abeid Karume, President of Zanzibar to speak at SC State's Commencement Ceremony

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

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

  • Film producer to present documentary on What Black Men Think

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

  • Homeland security research presentation earns student first place at PAWC

  • Jackson to jump for South Carolina State

  • 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

  • President George E. Cooper inaugurated as SC State's 10th President

    "Embracing Excellence: Meeting Tommorow's Challenges"

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

  • SC State Announces New Vice President for Institutional Advancement

  • SC State Freshman Among State Farm/PGA Minority Collegiate

  • SC State to Host Bulldog Fitness Festival

  • SC State University Appoints Michael Bartley as Police Chief

  • 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

  • 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.

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

  • Two SC State University Trustees honored for service, dedication

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

  • Committed Sons and Daughters of SC State University Return for Annual Alumni Weekend

  • FBI plans to revisit Orangeburg Massacre

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

  • First Lady Hugine to honor 9 Upstate women at annual scholarship luncheon

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

  • Homecoming Exhibition - Journey from Africa to Gullah

    Art Exhibition, Opening reception on Thursday, October 9th from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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

  • Related Election Coverage

  • SC State Alumnus, Robert Porcher III, ‘92 to be honored at MEAC/SWAC Challenge Legends Reception

  • SC State cannot be complacent, must take risks, new leader says

    SC State's 10th President, Dr. George E. Cooper, introduced to the Orangeburg community

  • SC State History Professor Releases Book, "Border War: Fighting over Slavery before the Civil War"

  • SC State Hosts Kemba Smith

  • SC State pauses to remember martyrs of 1968 Orangeburg Massacre

    The SC State campus community will pause on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2007, to commemorate the 39th annivers

  • SC State Students Explore a New Culture during China Visit

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

    "Higher Education Is Essential"

  • SC State's Mario G. Ricoma Named Alpha Kappa Psi Volunteer of the Year

    Ricoma was nominated by more than 40 student members of SC State’s chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi.

  • SC State's Office of Admissions to Host 2010 Youth and ROTC Day, Featuring Young Dro

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

  • Sharing Tangible Success:

    SC State University’s Board of Visitors Adopts Belts, Ties and Pearls Initiative

  • James Brown: the Legacy Continues

  • James Brown: the Legacy Continues

  • Jordan Simmons and the tattered overcoat

    Retrieved from The State newspaper

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

  • NAFEO recognizes two distinguished SC State alumni

    Award-winning journalist Pyatt, ’56, and noted jurist Felder, ’59, ’61, honored by NAFEO

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

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

  • SC State University Concludes Black History Month with 115th Founders’ Day Ceremony

  • SC State University’s #1 Social Mobility Ranking Proven True Through Senior’s Success

  • SC State’s Kappa Upsilon Faculty Advisor Receives Highest Honor from Business Fraternity

  • Thomas W. Dortch to speak at 111th SC State Founders' Day Convocation

    SC State will honor the 111th anniversary of its establishment at its annual Founders’ Day convocati

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

  • Lawmakers urge probe of Orangeburg Massacre

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