Faculty and staff asked about refunds, research and pay at a virtual town hall Tuesday. President Bob Caslen also gave coronavirus updates.
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.
President Caslen and other university officials addressed student concerns at an online town hall Monday.
The faculty senate is considering a pass/fail option for undergraduates this semester, which would allow students to request a pass/fail option after semester grades have been submitted.
Dedicated. Goofy. Extroverted. Get to know the personality behind USC's new student body president, Issy Rushton.
Blackboard and USC bolster their support services in response to COVID-19 and the switch to online learning.
A state education law regarding an American documents class could be amended which would change requirements for incoming students.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Student Government executive officers and senators were inaugurated over 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.
Kelley Powell, Kylie Dolbier and Rachel Kirk, third-year music education students, make up the group of drum majors who lead the Carolina Band. Their experience marks the increasing representation of women leadership in the music world, a testament to their passion on music and music education.
USC appoints Julian Williams as its first vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Caslen gave an update on the situation with the university and the coronavirus during Friday morning's board of trustees meeting.
USC has announced it will continue online classes through the rest of the spring semester.
On Friday, USC announced that students were no longer allowed to live in on-campus residence halls until at least April 5 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. These closures complicated housing arrangements for students, leaving them "frustrated" and "upset."