- Experience SEC football with the UofSC Gamecocks in Williams-Brice stadium!
- UofSC is home to the #1 public honors college in the nation.
- With more than 35,000 students on campus, you'll see new faces each day!
About This CampusThe University of South Carolina is home to more than 200 years of history and tradition, rising from a single building in 1805 on what would become the heart of the campus, the Horseshoe. UofSC-Columbia campus has more than 350 programs of study through its 14 degree-granting colleges and schools. There is never a dull moment at Carolina: sporting events cheering on the Gamecocks in football during the fall or 2017 National Champions in women's basketball in the spring, playing on the Congaree river, participating in a student group or undergraduate research. There are more than 400 student organizations on campus and plenty of opportunity to get involved! Located in the state capital, Columbia, USC is a short drive to both the mountains or the beach! UofSC has been ranked number one in international business for undergraduates and is consistently recognized on the President's Honor Roll for community service!
Location InformationLocated in Columbia, SC and is only an 1.5 hours to the beach and two hours to the mountains. The campus is across the street from the state house and is a fun city to explore. Attending the Soda City outdoor market on Saturdays, exploring the Riverbanks Zoo, making a quick trip to Charlotte or the beach are always a fun experience for NSE students! Experience great southern cuisine in a number of restaurants in and around Columbia and learn about the history that made this "famously hot" city!
Helpful InformationThe NSE program at UofSC is more likely to accept students who want to exchange for the full academic year and live on campus. Following that, fall only exchanges are given. Spring only exchanges will only be granted with special circumstances as determined by the UofSC NSE coordinator.
Please recognize that is very, VERY, difficult to get ANY classes in the school of business, exercise science, or school of mass communications. It is impossible to get nursing classes or pharmacy classes.