The university is putting multiple projects, including Campus Village, on hold in an effort to cut costs, but many unknowns are still in play, such as enrollment, as USC puts together the 2021 fiscal year budget.
President Bob Caslen, Ray Tanner and Will Muschamp among administrators and coaches to take voluntary pay cuts.
USC will end face-to-face instruction at Thanksgiving break, cancel fall break and have a remote final exam period in a newly released academic calendar.
USC student Hannah White discusses overcoming her fears and the importance of finding a support system.
Seventy-five years later, the little-discussed Nazi sterilization of Afro-German children sparked curiosity in USC alumna Catharine Aretakis. "It deserved to be more widely known," she said.
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and faculty on the Future Planning Group hosted a town hall on Thursday.
While the fall semester will look different, it is recommended that students consider a number of variables and contact the university before choosing whether to take off a major semester.
USC considers changes to modes of instruction, class sizes and the academic calendar for the fall semester.
The Board of Trustees met Wednesday to discuss timelines for two governance assessments for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS)
President Bob Caslen and university officials discuss housing, classes, coronavirus testing and Five Points at a town hall today.
The University of South Carolina announced Wednesday that it will return to in-person classes beginning in mid-August. The fall 2020 semester will resume on campus.
A USC student organization was recently the victim of a "Zoom-bombing," wherein hackers enter a Zoom call and post profane content in it, whether that be verbal, visual or in the chat.
USC President Bob Caslen held the fourth online town hall to address faculty and staff concerns about the summer and fall semesters amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The board of trustees met to discuss the purpose and methods of the ad hoc governance committee. University President Bob Caslen also gave an update on the AAAS "zoombombing" investigation.