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Offices and Divisions

Provides academic and administrative leadership, and represents the University externally.

Communicates the value of the University, connects with constituents, and secures the resources and funding necessary to advance the institution.

Student athletes compete in eleven different NCAA Division II sports. Pacer Athletics is also a charter member of the Peach Belt Conference (PBC).

The Convocation Center is a state of the art facility with capacity ranging from 3,500-to 4,100 patrons.

Assists students in making a smooth transition from their first contact with the University through graduation.

USC Aiken’s center for the fine and performing arts.

Serves the public by offering a wide selection of certificate and non-credit learning opportunities, and also offers facility rentals for events.

Delivers the environmental, safety, financial, business process, and auxiliary services necessary to meet the needs of the campus and community.

Provides computing, networking, and instructional technology support to students, faculty and staff on the USC Aiken campus.

Collects, analyzes, and disseminates institutional data to support strategic planning and advances in quality and innovation.

Provides confidential and informal assistance in the resolution of university-related concerns, especially those not being addressed adequately through normal procedures.

Offers innovative, hands-on programs that are intended to excite and encourage students and teachers about STEM.

Engages students in co-curricular activities and organizations that are designed to complement and enhance academic and social life.

Provides a conduit to benefits, opportunities, networking, and best practices for a successful military to-campus-and-community transition.

The mission of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is to provide, through teaching, research/creative activity, and service, an understanding of the individual and collective human experience.

The mission of the College of Sciences and Engineering is to create and communicate scientific knowledge, serve as a community resource, and provide instruction and programs that offer students opportunities to learn the history, principles, theories, and concepts of the sciences through its teaching, scholarly activity, and service.

Provides the academic community with the information required for intellectual, professional, and personal development.

Allows upper-level students to complete degrees online in Business Administration (Management and Accounting) and Special Education.

Prepares students for successful business careers in accounting, finance, management, and marketing.

Prepares future educators with a strong liberal arts and sciences curriculum, challenging courses and extensive fieldwork in local schools.

Prepares students with the necessary nursing knowledge and competencies, using learning experiences in a variety of settings.