A smaller freshman class and enrollment decline in non-South Carolina residents are some of the considerations that will be accounted for in the 2021 budget.
Face coverings and event capacities are just some of the changes potential new members can expect during Panhellenic recruitment this year.
Though the Office of Sustainability was not consulted before President Bob Caslen announced the "grab and go" dining plan for the fall, it has raised concerns — and potential solutions — to sustainability issues regarding the plan.
Testing is now available to all students, faculty and staff as they begin returning to campus. Though not required, it is a suggested step in tracking the virus and keeping campus open.
The ad hoc governance committee voted in favor of revising the board of trustees' bylaws, which is expected to be reviewed and voted upon by the entire board next month. Among the most notable proposed changes are the appointment of non-board committee members and the restructuring of committees.
Students are beginning to see changes to the modes of instruction for fall semester classes.
USC students react to the university's recent decision to implement a diversity module for incoming freshmen starting in 2020-2021.
The Graduate Student Association helps with the development of graduate and professional students at USC. Lately, they have been assisting with plans to safely return students in the fall and improving the communication gap between the administration and graduate students.
Protesters marched from the governor's mansion to the Statehouse today and released a list of eight demands for the city and state to meet.
Uncertainty over COVID-19 has affected the athletic department's ability to put out a budget for the 2020-2021 school year.
The third day of protests in Columbia saw a peaceful outcome as protesters shared the importance of the cause and the demands of their protests.
University housing offered three move out options for students: pack and ship, pack and store and in person move out.
I Can't Breathe - South Carolina was held on Saturday at the Statehouse to protest the killing of George Floyd. Lawrence Dishawn Nathaniel, the founder of National Organization for Change, organized the march. Around 1,000 people showed up to support the Black Lives Matter movement.