The University of South Carolina - Aiken is one of the top five schools in South Carolina. No other branch of University of South Carolina can say that. All professors work with you and are easily accessible. Everything that you need will be on the syllabus and other than pop quizzes, you know when and what is going to happen at all times. If you don't succeed here, it is because you didn't try or just didn't care.
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The University of South Carolina is a great school to start at, weather coming from a small high school, big high school, or anywhere in between. USC Aiken gives you an at home feelings with great students, faculty and staff. USCA is a wonderful choice to make your college years memorable and unique.» Read More
The school offers several undergraduate and graduate programs that allows students to have a variety of majors to choose from. Teachers are very helpful and will schedule meetings where the student can get extra help outside if class if they don't understand something in class. The school also aids freshmen in becoming comfortable during their first semester by planning activities for them to attend.» Read More
This college is appropriate for those looking for small class sizes and closer relationships with their professors--many of them want you to refer to them by their first names. There are many enriching events that take place on campus, and the camaraderie between the students is endearing. Also--the cafeteria menu is varied, but everything is delicious!» Read More
The University of South Carolina Aiken is great school to attend to to further you education. There are many activities on campus you can involved in such as sports and clubs. At the University of South Carolina I'm pursing my career as a pediatric nurse.» Read More