For students applying as/for :
- International (Freshman and Transfer),
- Palmetto College,
- Concurrent/Dual Enrollment (high school students),
- Teacher Certification (either seeking initial certification or re-certification for current teachers), or
- Non-Degree Seeking (personal/professional enrichment) status.
Applicants must complete the application and submit with required credentials, such as the application for admission, official high school and/or college transcripts, and standardized test scores to the Office of Admissions.
Students who discontinue their enrollment during a fall or spring semester must apply for readmission to return to USC Aiken at a later term. Students who attend a spring semester and do not attend the following summer terms are not required to apply for readmission for the following fall semester. A $10.00 application fee is required to readmit students.
Students who seek admission for an undergraduate course for one semester or two summer terms who are from other colleges and universities who are in good academic standing and whose program of study at USC Aiken has been approved by their academic dean or registrar.
Concurrent/Dual Enrollment Students
Concurrent Application is for current high school students that want to take college courses while still in high school. For more information go to Concurrent Admissions.
For more information go to International Admissions.
Update Your Application Information
Application Update Form
For students who have submitted an application for admission within the past year and need to update information (term applied for, address, major, etc).
All students born after December 31, 1956 must furnish proof of receiving two doses of measles (rubeola) vaccine and one dose of German measles (rubella) vaccine on or after their first birthday prior to registration or orientation.
Effective January 1, 2009, USC Aiken must verify the citizenship or lawful presence in the United States of every student before they may enroll.
Certification of South Carolina Residency
The University of South Carolina Aiken has established a differential in tuition and fees between in-state residents and non-residents, and must therefore determine the resident classification of applicants and students. Persons who are legal residents of Richmond County or Columbia County, Georgia, may also qualify to pay in-state tuition.
This occurs after admission to the university and after the student completes the Certification of South Carolina residency form in Self Service Carolina.