The Office of Global Studies and Multicultural Engagement seeks to foster a warm, welcoming, and supportive environment for the diverse members of the campus community; to provide minority and international student support services and programs that assist with campus efforts to mirror the retention, graduation, and career placement rates of the larger student population; to work with various departments and committees of the university to provide programs and activities for the campus and local community that encourage an awareness and appreciation of cross-cultural perspectives; and to help equip members of the campus community with practical leadership and interpersonal skills to prepare them for living and working in an increasingly multicultural society.
Library Services: Visit the Gregg-Graniteville Library site to learn about the many resources that are available for undergraduate students. To receive help regarding the University Library, please use the Ask a Librarian support feature.
Academic Success Center: Use the Center for Student Achievement to access information on academic advising, the Writing Room, the Tutoring Center, and other resources. You are encouraged to use the USCA, Gregg-Graniteville Library Citation Style Guides web page and/or the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) as a resource for writing using certain style guides, as instructed by your professor.
Office of Student Life and Services provides information on academic support, enrollment services, organizations and clubs, student services, and housing.
Disability Services Office: The Disability Services Office provides accommodations to ensure that educational programming and services are accessible to students with disabilities. If you have a physical, psychological, and/or learning disability that might affect your performance in this class, please contact the Disability Services Office, B&E 130, (803) 643-6816, as soon as possible if you believe you are eligible for accommodations. The Disability Services Office will require appropriate documentation to determine accommodations. Once determination of eligibility is made, students who have disabilities requiring special arrangements for class participation or test administration should notify the professor of the need for such arrangements at the beginning of the semester.
Counseling Services: To schedule an appointment with a counselor, call the Counseling Center at (803) 641-3609 or stop by Room 126 in the Business and Education Building during office hours.
Computer Services Help Desk: Visit the Computer Services Help Desk to find out how to receive technology support and what technology services are available to you.
Graduation Information: Students wishing to receive a degree from the University of South Carolina Aiken must use the online degree application on Self Service Carolina (SSC). The online application will not be available after the posted deadline. Failure to apply for graduation by the deadline will delay your application until another term. All diplomas will be mailed. View more information about graduation procedures for online students.