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College of Arts and Sciences


University Offices

Bursar

The Bursar's Office provides financial services support to students, parents, faculty, staff, deans, department heads and the administration. Among the office’s many responsibilities is the assessment and collection of tuition and fees.

Career Center

The Career Center provides assistance through number of programs to help students success in the job market. These programs include career coaches, mock interviews, job fairs and Handshake, an internet database that links students to career opportunities.

Financial Aid

The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships is committed to assisting students and their families so that cost will not affect access to the University of South Carolina. Financial aid, in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and employment opportunities, can assist students in meeting their education related expenses.

Orientation

The Office of New Student Orientation provides collaborative programs that facilitate the transition and engagement of new undergraduate students and their families to the intellectual, cultural, and social environment at the University of South Carolina.

Registrar

The registrar's office establishes many key dates and requirements that pertain to education from registration to exams to commencement. This office is responsible for assisting with transcripts and records, registration, academic calendars, residency and citizenship, and commencement, as well as other areas related to academic progress.

Study Abroad

The Study Abroad office assists students in planning their travel, financial aid, and academic programs abroad. They can assist in both short-term and long-term travel.

Undergraduate Bulletin

The Undergraduate Studies Bulletin is the official document of record concerning undergraduate academic programs and regulations. The bulletin provides descriptions of courses, information on various colleges, and university academic regulations.

University 101

University 101 Programs is an academic unit that fosters student success, learning, and engagement by providing academic courses, leadership opportunities, and instructor development in support of students’ transition into, through, and out of the University. University 101 Programs, housed in the Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support, strives to be an exemplar of innovative, collaborative, and integrative learning and recognized as the leader in first-year and transition seminars, peer education, and professional development.