The university expects $20 to $40 million in losses due to the coronavirus. The board of trustees discussed this financial impact as well as plans to save money at an ad hoc finance committee meeting Tuesday.
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The faculty senate is considering a pass/fail option for undergraduates this semester, due to the upheaval caused by COVID-19 and the switch to online learning.
Classes at USC now come in many forms, from Blackboard Collaborate to Google Classroom to YouTube to Zoom.
USC education students will be able to graduate and receive teacher certification on time due to a state Board of Education decision regarding in-classroom training.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, USC extended spring break one week and moved classes online for the remainder of the semester, giving professors one week to restructure their courses into an online format.
A jar of peanut M&M’s sits on the coffee table in St. Thomas More Catholic Student Center on Greene Street.
A new attendance policy approved by the faculty senate will introduce a new rule for unexcused absences while prohibiting professors from using grade penalties for excused absences.
The Association of African American Students (AAAS) is where Ke’Nia Washington found her “happy place.”
JD Jacobus, who is running uncontested for speaker of the student senate, resigned from the Chi Circle chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), a leadership honor society, after his remarks at a Feb. 4 meeting.
Sam Mayberry, president
The three finalists for executive vice president for academic affairs and provost, Nancy Rapoport, William Tate and John Wiencek, discussed mental health, diversity and other topics during their campus visits.
Faculty raises, strategic plans and a new health science campus are among topics USC’s board of trustees discussed on Friday.
John Wiencek, candidate for provost and vice president of academic affairs, discussed diversity and research with student leaders in the last candidate visit on Thursday.
William Tate, one of the candidates for vice president of academic affairs and provost, met with student leaders and answered their questions on Tuesday.
Candidates for the Student Government executive office discussed mental health, campus safety and diversity among other topics at the 2020 Student Government debate.
The search for a new provost continued today as provost candidate Nancy Rapoport answered the questions of student leaders during her campus visit.
Friends and faculty remember the lives of USC students Frank Arnold and Ryan Carr, who took their own lives over winter break.
Student senate confirmed three elections commissioners and passed legislation concerning executive cabinet positions, which was initially vetoed by Student Body President Luke Rankin, on Jan. 29.
USC's board of trustees focused on creating an action plan with consultants from the Association of Governing Bodies (AGB) on day two of the board retreat. This plan will address governance issues that led to the “undue influence” in USC’s presidential search.
Phi Mu Fraternity dismissed a USC student who posted a photo with a racist comment on social media, according to a Phi Mu press release.