Campus Resources

Student Handbook (for students entering Fall 2016):

The goal of the Student Handbook is to provide students with guidance on graduating with Honors from the South Carolina Honors College. The Handbook overviews the organization, program, retention, policies and guidelines. (2014-2015 Student Handbook - for students who entered 2014-2015) (2011-2014 Student Handbook - for students who entered before Fall 2014)

Career Center:

Given the wealth of academic and professional options available for exceptional students, career planning will be an important part of your college experience. This website was designed by the Career Center especially for students in the Honors College.

Office of Fellowships & Scholar Programs:

The Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs was established in 1994 to provide innovative educational initiatives for exceptional students. The staff facilitates the pursuit of nationally prestigious scholarships by University students and coordinates an enhanced University experience for the Carolina and McNair Scholars.

Office of Pre-Professional Advising:

The Office of Pre-Professional Advising at the USC was established with the goal of providing USC undergraduates with the competitive edge in gaining admission into law school and health-related institutions.The Office helps students prepare for the complex application process to professional school and also provides information on various community service projects.

Office of Undergraduate Research:

The Office of Undergraduate Research seeks to enrich the academic experience of USC undergraduates by providing research and scholarly experiences in their chosen fields. The office promotes inquiry, discovery, and creativity in all disciplines through faculty-student mentoring relationships and the integration of instruction with research, scholarship, and creative activities.

Study Abroad Office:

The Study Abroad Office guides students through the study abroad process, providing information about study abroad program options; scholarship opportunities; and diverse academic, cultural and linguistic experiences.