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Presbyterian College To Host High School Students During Business Week

The annual event gives students exposure to the business industry and workforce.

Clemson Sets Fundraising Records

The gifts in 2018 enabled the university to create 88 new scholarships and fellowships, establish 64 new endowments, and fund numerous academic and athletic facility construction or renovation projects.

USC Sport Management Master's Program Ranked No. 5 Globally

The graduate program jumped nine spots this year from No. 15 in 2017.

Veterans Legal Clinic Opens At USC School Of Law

The School of Law’s Veterans Legal Clinic will offer free legal services to indigent veterans or military families unable to afford a private lawyer.

MTC Honors Society Wins Awards

The Midlands Technical College Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society chapter received six awards at the PTK centennial conference.

USC Among World's Top Patent-Producing Universities

USC was the lead on 37 issued U.S. patents last year alone and was named on 42 total U.S. patents.

Your Guide to MBA Programs in South Carolina

South Carolina colleges are rebalancing their business school curricula to keep the luster on MBA programs, and some are adding online courses to expand their reach.

Seeking Job Candidates? You May Want to Think Beyond the Obvious

As with any degree, a focused education allows students to explore their passion, and the majority of these students will pursue employment within their specific fields. However, college degrees, regardless of their specific focus, should also offer students the opportunity to gain skills that can be valued in most business organizations.

Clemson's College of Business Names New Dean

As the dean of Clemson’s College of Business, Wendy York will lead 177 faculty and 49 staff members who serve 3,854 undergraduate business majors and 735 graduate students.

S.C. State Fair Names 2018 Scholarship Recipients

The fair annually awards 50 scholarships to S.C. high school students planning to pursue their studies at any public or private college, university, or technical college in the state.