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  • Degree Programs – Undergraduate Catalog

  • Academic Regulations / Degree Requirements

  • Related Election Coverage

  • Democratic Candidates

    Learn more about the candidates

  • News Stories

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

    The video will appear on the NCAA’s Web site, www.ncaa.org

  • Coach Emeritus Willie Jeffries to be Inducted into the 2010 Divisional College Football Hall of Fame

    Watch the live webcast at www.footballfoundation.org

  • Lowcountry Classic Web site launched

    Details on game, events and more at www.thelowcountryclassic.com

  • New SC State Athletics Web site debuts

    www.scsuathletics.com

  • Resource Referrals for RFA

  • Debate Sponsors

  • Transfer Students

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

  • Important Fall 2008 Housing Information

    First-Year / Transfer Housing Assignments(updated 08/13/08).

  • Important Fall 2008 Housing Information for Returning Students

    Returning Upperclassman Housing Assignments(updated 08/14/08)

  • Academic Success Academy Links

  • Alumni Chapters

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

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

  • UCITS - Services

  • SBDC Resources

  • Visual Arts Program Facilities

  • Internal Audit Links

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

  • Funding Opportunities

  • AfroFlow Concert Tour - One Night Only

    Free Concert! AfroFlow Tour. Presented by the American Cancer Society.

  • Related Links

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

  • "Freshman and New Student Enrollment Information"

    (For those who did not attend Summer Orientation)

  • How To Access Banner for Students, Faculty and Advisors.

  • SC State University Students Have Options to Save on Textbooks in Fall

  • Vote Zuri V. Stackhouse for 2010 Miss MEAC

  • 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

  • I.P. Stanback Museum celebrates National Museum Day

    Features new exhibition, planetarium shows and art workshops for children

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

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

    Parade, Film Festival, Forum series planned

  • Employer Comliance Assistance Forum

    Understanding DOL Rules and Regulations

  • HBCU Marching Band Hall of Fame

    SC State participates in HBCU Marching Band Hall of Fame Showcase

  • Honda Campus All-Star Challenge

  • International media covers 1890 research

  • May 2007 Commencement Information

  • Online giving feature added to SC State Web site

  • President's Report

    Commission on Higher Education Presentation

  • Spring 2008 New Student Orientation Schedule

  • The Honda Battle of the Bands "Stompin' at the Dome" HBCU Campus Tour

  • VOTE Brigadier General Stephen M. Twitty for 2010 MEAC Distinguished Alumni Award

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

    Southern Circuit Film Festival independent filmmakers return to SC State

  • For More Information

  • Greek Organizations

    Greek Organizations

  • Indie filmmaker Roger Beebe discovers art in everyday America

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

  • SC State’s I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium presents “Pants on Fire”

  • Feature Stories

  • NCATE

  • Mary J Blige will perform at SC State's Lowcountry Classic III “Scholarship Benefit Concert”

    The “Benefit Concert” will be held on September 13, 2008 at the North Charleston Coliseum

  • Orangeburg Massacre

    Orangeburg Massacre 40th Commemoration

  • Orangeburg Massacre 40th Commemoration Ceremony, February 8

  • 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 Textbooks Available for Rent Starting Today

  • SC State University Textbooks Available for Rent Starting TODAY!

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

  • SC State’s Fine Arts Gallery Director Wins “Best in Show” Award for Art Exhibition

  • Trainings

  • 12 SC State alumnae publish book on women’s lives, perspectives

    Book signing | Oct. 27 | Fine Arts Center atrium

  • Honda Campus All-Star Challenge

    Sign up for SC State's campus tournament today!

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

    Proceeds to benefit need-based scholarships for SC State students

  • Pep Rally salutes Football, other teams

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

  • Staff of 1890 Research and Extension Participate in Joint 1890 Conference

  • Tavis Smiley's "Talented Tenth HBCU Tour" at SC State

    Tavis Smiley targets college students for the future of Black leadership

  • Accreditation

  • Alumni Weekend Schedule of Events 2008

  • Alumni Weekend Schedule of Events 2008

  • CAPP / Degree Audit

  • Career Center

  • Education and Training Seminar

    Planning For A Successful Retirement

  • Education and Training Seminar

    Steps to Starting or Growing a Business

  • FINAL SUMMER ORIENTATION - August 6

  • First Year Prerequisites-Part Two

    Students pursuing a degree in teacher education must follow their prescribed “Program of Study” and stages of the Admission and Monitoring Matriculation Process as approved by the Education Council and the College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences.

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  • Mandatory Health Insurance for Students

  • President’s Report

  • Professional Organizations

  • Religious Organizations

  • SC State Basketball Teams at Hampton

  • SC State Board of Trustees Member and Wife among Notables to Receive March of Dimes Award

    Event brings awareness to racial disparities in premature birth and infant death

  • SC State Symphonic Wind Orchestra Spring Concert

  • 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.

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

  • Student Insurance Information

  • The Third Annual HBCU Career E-Fair

    The Third Annual HBCU Career E-Fair Sponsored by MonstrerTrak (Dates: February 5th - March 2nd)

  • 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.

  • First-Time Filmmaker explores bizarre community on the Salton Sea

    Metzler’s Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea will be screened at Stanback Planetarium, Nov.11

  • 160 High School Seniors to gather at SC State for College Summit Peer Leadership Conference

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

    Application Deadline is May 20; 15 full scholarships available

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

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

  • I.P. Stanback Museum presents "The Short Films of Roger Beebe"

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

  • Judge Perry, '51, to receive Thurgood Marshall Award from American Bar Association

    Retrieved from The State newspaper

  • SC State alumni 'move in' for convention

    Retrieved from The Times and Democrat

  • SC State Toastmasters Announce Its Fall 2009 Interest Meeting

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

  • Watch NBC Nightly News segment online now

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

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

  • 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.

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

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

  • "Think Pink" Join SC State University Women's Basketball Team as they honor breast cancer survivors.

  • Apply Now For Your Chance to Obtain a Summer Internship

  • C O M M U N I C A T I O N

    A Video message from SC State's Board Chairman Jonathan N. Pinson

  • Fall 2010 Housing Assignments

  • Kwanzaa Not on Students' Holiday To-Do List

    Black College Wire Report

  • Letter to Faculty

  • Memo to Faculty

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

    Free tuition available to selected participants

  • Orientation to Graduation

  • President’s Report: SC State Points of Pride

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

  • SC State Students Encouraged to Participate in Korean All-Expense Paid Study Abroad Program

  • Scholarship Concert featuring DeWayne Woods

  • Spring 2009 New Student Orientation Schedule

  • Summer Orientation

  • THE 2008 MEAC CHAMPIONS RETURN TO THE GRIDIRON FOR THE ‘GARNET AND BLUE SPRING GAME’

  • The ABCs of SC State

    Terms you will hear during Orientation and as classes begin.

  • The Home Depot RETOOL Your School Program: Cast Your Vote for SC State University

  • The Home Depot RETOOL Your School Program: Cast Your Vote for SC State University

  • The Odyssey Newsletter

  • This Week's Events

  • This Week's Events

  • This Week's Events

  • This Week's Events

  • Veteran animator shows creativity and innovation

    Animated shorts are fourth installment in “Films at Museum” series at SC State

  • Vote for Miss SC State as Miss MEAC

  • WLTX 19 Teacher of the Week: Craig King, '04

  • Alumni Association

    South Carolina State University National Alumni Association is an integral force of the University in supporting and reinforcing its mission, aspirations and goals.

  • Foundation Activities

  • Honor Societies

    Honor Societies

  • Military Clubs/Organizations

    Military Clubs/Organizations

  • SC State Commencement Slideshow

  • The S.T.A.T.E. Club

  • Dr. Nathaniel Wallace Awarded Fulbright Scholar Grant

  • Family Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)

  • 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 University Presents HIV/AIDS Prevention Training

  • Darfur Symposium

    Sponsored by SC State's chapter of STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Campaign

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

  • Environmental Conference to Address Reducing America’s Dependency on Foreign Fuel

  • Felton Laboratory School Now Accepting Applications for 2011-2012 Academic Term

  • Felton Laboratory School to Host Registration Day

  • Former interim president, theater professor featured in new TV series, web site

    ETV show features theater prof. Ursula Robinson and former interim president Ernest A. Finney, ’54

  • Greenville Tech, SC State and other SC HBCUs sign agreement

    Prescribed courses taken at Greenville Tech will be accepted by SC State

  • Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase

  • 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

  • I.P. Stanback Museum presents "Third Ward TX"

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

  • Jefferson visits China as International Scholar Laureate

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

  • Mandatory Health Insurance

    Spring Semester Waive Dates: November 1, 2008 through January 20, 2009

  • Marching 101 to perform halftime show at Sept. 23 Atlanta Falcons game

  • MEAC adds SC State-Hampton game to TV schedule

    Bulldogs and Pirates to be featured on ESPNU

  • 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

  • NASA Selects Sandra Bickerstaff to be an “Agent of Change” for STEM Education

  • Peace Corps Partners with SC State University in Pairing Volunteer Service and Graduate Studies

  • President and Chairman's Reception and Silent Auction

    Featuring Gerald Albright, Jazz Saxsophonist, 6:00 p.m. September 12, 2008, Charleston, SC

  • PublishAmerica Presents Novel by SC State alumnus, Anthony T. Craft

  • Residency

  • SC State – NC A&T Nov. 17th Game to be played in Charleston

  • SC State Hosts Exhibition of Artist Lee Swallie

  • SC State Hosts Exhibition of Artist Sara Schneckloth

  • SC State Photography Students and Professor Featured in Greenwood Exhibit

  • SC State prepares for Season's Severe Weather

  • SC State Students Serve on Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers Panel

  • SC State University Alumna Featured on WIS-TV

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

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

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

  • SC State University Hosts Exhibition of Artist Karen Ann Myers

  • SC State University Hosts Exhibition of Artist Mary Robinson

  • SC STATE UNIVERSITY LAUNCHES MOBILE GIVING CAMPAIGN

  • SC State University Now Offers Professional Development Courses through Education to Go Partners

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

  • SC State University Selected as State’s Top HBCU for Research by Forbes Magazine

  • SC State University Sustains Top HBCU Ranking with U.S. News and World Report

  • SC State University to Host Fall Open House 2008

    Prospective students and their parents will be introduced to educational offerings and opportunities

  • SC State University’s 2011 MBA Showcase Highlights Business Program

  • SC State welcomes new students for fall 2007

  • SC State welcomes Zanzibar scholars, partnership with Tanzania, Sept. 4

  • SC State will host Winter Open House 2009

  • SC State will participate with KISS 103.1 FM in the Tom Joyner Back to School Campaign

    The Tom Joyner Back to School Campaign in Columbia, SC on Friday, August 8, 2008, 6:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m

  • SC State's I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium Wants Your Artifacts

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

    Applications must be returned by May 21, 2009.

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

  • SC State's Student Success and Retention Program will host 2009 Summer Orientation

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

  • Strict Deadlines Imposed for Payment of Fees and Validation of Enrollment

  • Strict Deadlines Imposed for Payment of Fees and Validation of Enrollment

  • Teach English or Basketball in China: All Majors Welcome

  • The Licensing Group will manage SC State trademark licensing program

  • Thurgood Marshall College Fund Launches Monthly Essay Contest

  • University Center of Greenville

  • Updated Information on SC State University’s Rent-a-Text Program

  • Vote Ashley N. Graham for EBONY’s HBCU Campus Queen 2011

  • Vote Miss South Carolina State University, Portia N. Gifford, as your new Miss MEAC 2008!

  • Wachovia and Wal-Mart scholarships available

    35 Wachovia and 66 Wal-Mart scholarships available; July 15 deadline

  • When black baseball was king

    Retrieved from The State Newspaper

  • Win $120,000 to Complete Your Ph.D. in Canada

  • WLTX Teacher of the Week: Craig King, '04

    2004 SC State alum receives distinction for a second time this year

  • Indie Filmmaker Andrew Garrison explores the power of art in low-income housing

    Garrison’s "Third Ward TX" will be screened at I.P. Stanback Planetarium, Oct. 21

  • NEA President Reg Weaver to deliver Spring Commencement address

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

  • SC State University has Eight Graduate Research Assistant Positions Available

  • 2011 Governor’s Award in the Humanities to be presented to I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium

  • 2011 Governor’s Award in the Humanities to be presented to I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium

  • Award Announcements

  • Bone Marrow Drive

    Fine Arts Center Atrium, all day

  • Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series to Focus on Women’s Studies

  • Career Development Facilitator (CDF) Training

  • 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

  • Disability Enhancement Program Survey

  • Download the new issue of SCSU Review

    Read the latest issue of SC State's national alumni magazine

  • Dr. Bridget Hollis-Staten to Conduct University Design for Learning at Training Session

  • Dr. Cherilyn Minniefield Discusses Student Disability Services During Lunch & Learn Training Session

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

  • Ed Pendarvis Speaks to Business Students Concerning Business Ownership at ESS

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

  • FAFSA Reminder

  • Felton Fine Arts Extravaganza

  • FREE H1N1 Vaccine Now Available to All South Carolinians

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

  • Fulbright Scholar Outreach Workshops for April 2008

  • Have You Heard!

  • Have You Heard!

  • Jae Sinnett Music Clinic

    Music industry and radio broadcast workshop, performance and music clinic

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

  • Make Hip Hop, Not War Tour

    Sponsored by the Hip Hop Caucus and Hip Hop Caucus Institute

  • MUSC's Associate Dean for Clinical Research Speaks During SC State's Faculty Brown Bag Lecture Serie

  • Orangeburg prepares for SC's first presidential debate

    Retrieved from WISTV.com

  • Pre-Award Services

    The Office of Sponsored Programs offer the following services in support of South Carolina State University faculty and staff who plan to conduct research or other sponsored projects funded by federal, state, or private agencies and organizations.

  • President Hugine to appear on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

    April 26 - 9:30 a.m. - Visit SteveHarvey.com for affiliate radio stations.

  • Related Links

  • S.C. Extension Advisory Council elects first executive board member from SC State University

    Kevin Gadsden is the first committee member from SC State to serve on the executive board council

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

  • SC State Baton Twirling Youth Camp

  • SC State Baton Twirling Youth Camp

    Grand Finale- Awards / Performance Ceremony

  • SC State bringing 400,000 more textbooks to African schools

    New grant will provide more than one million textbooks for 300 secondary schools

  • SC State Hosts Exhibition of Artist Joshua Ellingson

    SC State’s Fine Arts Center Gallery will host the exhibition, March 25-April 14, 2009.

  • SC State one of Eight Teams to Make the Field

  • SC State organizations host professor's book signing for 18th National African American Read-In

    Dr. Yvonne D. Sims, assistant professor of English, will read from and sign copies of her book, Wome

  • SC State presents Member of the Club: A New Orleans Cinderella Story

  • SC State ranked among Top 10 National Universities for a 2nd consecutive year

  • SC State researcher’s study on global bankruptcy accepted for international business conference

  • SC State University closed due to inclement weather

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

  • SC State University delayed two hours ~ January 11, 2011

    Felton Laboratory School and the CDLC will be CLOSED.

  • SC State University is CLOSED

  • SC State University Reaccredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

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

  • SC State University’s ROTC Program Ranked Top 10 by Washington Monthly

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

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

  • 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

  • SC State’s Business Program Attains Reaffirmation of AACSB Accreditation

  • Scenes from SC State National Alumni Convention

    Retrieved from The Times and Democrat

  • Small Business Development Center celebrates 28 years of service

    The center, in operation since 1979, will celebrate 28 years of service on Friday, March 16

  • Solicitations

  • Tammara Thomas to Speak About Substance Abuse During Lunch and Learn Training Session

  • Tavis Smiley toTap Emerging Leaders at SC State

  • Tuition and Fee Schedule

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

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

  • We are looking for Felton Alumni

  • Yearbook Update for 2002-2005 grads

  • Youth from Orangeburg, surrounding counties to experience Bulldog Tenacity

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

  • $126 million reshaping school

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

  • “The Grid Turns The Corner: A Mid Career Retrospective” by Terry K. Hunter at the I.P. Stanback

  • 1890 land-grant universities to confront issues plaguing nation’s disadvantaged communities

  • Beauty Salons Show Promise as Nutrition Promoters

  • Career Development and Credit Management seminars offered for new freshmen

  • Charlotte Hamilton Addresses Psychological Distress Factors Among College Students

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

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

  • English Proficiency Examination will be administered on Tuesday, March 18, 2008

  • 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.

  • Filmmaker gets creative with space "mockumentary"

    Finn’s Interkosmos is final installment in “Films at the Museum” series, April 22

  • G.I. Jobs Names SC State University a Military Friendly School

  • SC State Deserves National Recognition

    Reprinted from the SC Statehouse Report

  • SC State named to first-ever President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

    Distinction recognizes SC State community for helping to build a national culture of civic service

  • 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 Child Development Learning Center earns national NAEYC accreditation

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

  • SC State Women's Basketball Supports WBCA Pink Zone

  • SC State's 1890 Research & Extension Program to host USDA's AgDiscovery

  • SC State's Division of Student Affairs to Host "Parents Weekend''

  • SC State's Lunch and Learn Training Sessions Deemed Highly Valuable

    September Sessions Conclude with USC's Director of Disability Services

  • SC State’s Antonio Boyle named Chairman-elect of the College Board’s Southern Regional Council

  • The English Proficiency Examination will be administered on March 20, 2007.

  • The English Proficiency Examination will be administered on Tuesday, September 18, 2007

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

  • SC State’s Brooks Health Center Reaches Into the Community to Fight Minority Health Disparities

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

  • 2007 Homecoming Week Schedule available for download

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

  • Back-to-School Gospel Concert

    Featuring Smokie Norful and SC State's United Voices of Christ Gospel Choir

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

  • Duke Energy Corporation donates $10,000 to assist SC State students

    The scholarship funds will be available during the Fall 2009 Academic Year.

  • FBI plans to revisit Orangeburg Massacre

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

  • Gene Richards’ love of the game

    Retrieved from The State Newspaper

  • Mini Moguls Camp Money photo gallery available

  • Online Continuing Education Courses

  • Preparation Means Opportunity for Recent SC State Graduates

  • SC State Bookstore benefits from "extreme" makeover

    A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony to herald the grand re-opening of the expanded and updated SC State

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

  • 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 to Hold Informational Session for Individuals Interested In Acting

    “Dare to Dream”

  • SC State University Currently Accepting Student Teaching Applications

  • 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 Brooks Health Center Presents "Men Against Cancer Pink and Black Affair"

  • SC State's Brown Bag Lecture Series Opens with Focus on International Education

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

  • SC State’s Environmental Sciences Field Station provides recession proof career training

    SC State students interned at the SRS Environmental Sciences Field Station

  • Southern Circuit Film Festival presents Interkosmos

    5 p.m. film screening sponsored by the I.P. Stanback Museum & Planetarium

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

  • Ticket Information for Away Games

  • USDA/1890 National Scholars Program Guarantees Career after College

  • Are You A Changer?

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

  • 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

  • History of Zanzibar

    Learn more about Zanzibar's history

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

    Retrieved from The Times & Democrat

  • International Flavor: Tennis coach builds success with student-athletes from around the globe

    Reprinted from Focus on SC State University

  • Medical and Nursing Services

  • NAFEO recognizes two distinguished SC State alumni

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

  • Percussion Department Premiere Concert celebrates composer Philip Glass

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

  • President Cooper, Robert Phillips receive ARD leadership award

    President Cooper and Robert Phillips Jr. receives award from the Association of Research Directors.

  • SC State’s Womanist Scholar Presents at Prestigious Oxford Roundtable

  • Black students at SC State shortchanged in funding allocations from the State Lottery

    Reprinted from the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education

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

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

  • Clyburn Transportation Center awarded $50K grant to conduct transportation feasibility study

  • Clyburn Transportation Center sponsors 6th Annual S.C. Transportation Research Conference

    6th annual S.C. Transportation Research Conference will be held on Nov. 9-10

  • College, pro ranks reap bitter harvest of three-decade trend

    Retrieved from The State newspaper

  • 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 "Willow Garden" by Jim Haverkamp

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

  • Learn Tax Fundamentals from the Pros

    SC State’s Small Business Development Center will hold a tax workshop on June 11

  • Marching 101 Band to perform in NYC and on ESPN, Dec. 1

    Band to perform simultaneously at NCAA FCS playoff game and Big Apple Classic basketball tournament

  • Orangeburg Massacre 41st Commemoration Ceremony

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

  • SBA Community Express Workshop

    1-3 p.m., Belcher Hall Room 436. Sponsored by the Small Business Development Center.

  • SC State and Orangeburg County to Launch the WT-PERC Feasibility Study

  • SC State announces Summer 2007 New Student Orientation sessions

    June 13, June 20, June 27 and August 1

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

    Reprinted from Focus on SC State University

  • SC State geneticist presents research at NSF-funded program at Delaware State

  • SC State host 2009 Annual Spring Open House

    An opportunity for prospective students to visit SC State’s campus and experience Bulldog Country

  • SC State researcher to present study on real-time flood system at IEEE symposium

  • 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 21st Honda Campus All-Star Challenge

  • SC State University Receives Notable Award for I-95 Corridor Study

  • SC State University to Host Cyber-Infrastructure Day

  • 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 top students to be inducted into world's largest collegiate honor society

    Golden Key International Honour Society Induction Ceremony, Dec. 2, Bulldog Lounge, 6 p.m.

  • SC State's top students to be inducted into world's largest collegiate honor society

    SC State’s top students will be inducted into Golden Key International Honour Society.

  • SC State, senior Aaron Robinson to be featured on NBC Nightly News tonight

    Robinson interviewed for a segment on diversity at HBCUs

  • SC State’s Assistant Art Professor Participates in Artist Residency

    Scotty Peek is an artist in residence at The Studios of Key West.

  • Scriven receives inaugural Outstanding Counselor Educator Award from S.C. School Counselors

  • SCSUPD Chief elected VP of SC Campus Law Enforcement Association

  • Stimulate the Economy and Your Finances by Starting a Business

  • Stimulate the Economy and Your Finances by Starting a Business

  • Student Affairs

    Student Affairs

  • Student Registration of LiveText

  • 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

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

    Reprinted from The Times and Democrat

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

  • Canzater Scholars receive $250,000 in awards

    Retrieved from The Times and Democrat

  • Changing the Perception presents the "Sankofa Show"

    Changing the Perception Inc. aims to implement change through community service projects.

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

  • Clyburn charts a different course

    Retrieved from The State newspaper

  • Desiree Lewis, ’05, to compete in Gambia for Miss Black USA title

    Lewis previously won the title of Miss Black Orangeburg and Miss Black South Carolina USA

  • Disability Enhancement Project (DEP)

  • Dr. Shafiqur Rahman one of 40 U.S. educators selected to attend prestigious entertainment conference

    Journalism prof attends entertainment business and diversity conference in Hollywood

  • Environmental Policy Institute receives $1 million DOE grant for nuclear research

  • Life Scholarship Guidelines

  • New 1890 Extension Center named for S.C. Senator John W. Matthews Jr.

    SC State names one of its newest facilities for an alumnus and distinguished statesman

  • Nine SC State Faculty Members Display Their Creative Artwork During the Faculty Triennial Exhibition

  • Presidential Search Committee Selects Finalists

  • SC State 28th in College Sporting News

  • SC State Alumnus featured in AT&T 20th Anniversary Edition Calendar

    John Gilliam,'67 represents the month of August 2009

  • SC State Faculty, Staff convene for annual General Assembly

    SACS-COC President Belle Wheelan will provide keynote address

  • SC State hosts exhibition of artist Jonathan David Brilliant

  • SC State Hosts Exhibition of Artist Sara Schneckloth

    FAB GALLERY is in the department of Visual & Performing Arts at SC State.

  • SC State professor selected as a Holocaust Educational Foundation Fellow

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

  • SC State receives official letter from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

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

    Jaime Dicks is a Library of Congress Junior Fellow.

  • SC State to Host Winter Open House 2008

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

  • 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.

  • Science and Sport Combine at FIRST Tech Challenge Championship Tournament

    Robotics Competition Gets Students Excited About Engineering

  • Shannon Kanae Blair ~ SC State's Miss Homecoming 2008

    SC State ‘Bulldogs’ will take on the Norfolk State ‘Spartans’ on Saturday, Oct.11, 2008, at 1:30 p.m

  • Small Business Development Center Wants You To Plan For A Successful Retirement

    Tuesday, May 5 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

  • The Wal-Mart Foundation Donates $150,000 to SC State University

  • TRMC gives SC State $150,000 for nursing scholarships, training

    15 nursing students have been named inaugural TRMC Scholars of Distinction

  • “Counting Backwards” ~ The Dramatic Story of a Man Diagnosed with Leukemia

    Part of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers ~ Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.

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

    Retrieved from The Times and Democrat

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

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

  • Basketball camp participants get a feel for more than hoops

    Reprinted from The Times and Democrat; Video included.

  • Continuing Education

    Certificate programs, professional development and workforce training opportunities for busy adults.

  • Dr. M. Evelyn Fields trains educators to close achievement gap

    SC State prof designs curriculum for instructors along S.C. Corridor of Shame

  • Felks elected president of S.C. chapter of Epsilon Sigma Phi

  • First Year Monitoring Checklist

  • In sport known for steroids, bodybuilder goes another way

    Retrieved from The Times and Democrat

  • 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

  • Lowcountry Classic back 'with a purpose'

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

  • Presidential Primary Debate

  • Request Media Credentials

    Apply for media credentials

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

    12 p.m., Belcher Hall fourth floor auditorium

  • SC State camp readies Charleston County students for third grade

  • SC State Students Explore a New Culture during China Visit

  • SC State to host the 58th Annual A.I. Mose Counseling Conference

    This year’s conference theme is “Transforming At-Risk Students though Multisystematic Networking.”

  • SC State's Dr. Cherilyn Taylor selected for leadership institute

  • 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 “A Man Name Pearl”

    “A Man Named Pearl” tells the inspiring story of a self-taught topiary artist, Pearl Fryar.

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

    Robotics Competition Gets Students Excited About Engineering

  • U.S. Customs Representative Leslie Williams speaks with SC State students

  • Jordan Simmons and the tattered overcoat

    Retrieved from The State newspaper

  • Radio Station

    Radio Station

  • Services

  • 1890 Research & Extension Background

  • Student Services

    Information, advice and consultation to students who are seeking internship information, employment opportunities, both on and off campus are being provided by the Student Services office.

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