Campus Operations and Benchmarks
The USC Upstate's path forward in the fight against COVID-19
The USC Upstate's path forward in the fight against COVID-19 needs your support to be successful. Learn about how the university is changing to mitigate the effects of the pandemic and what you can do to help. We'll continue to update this information as changes occur.
Regardless of the alert level, wear face coverings, physically distance 6 feet, and clean hands regularly. STAY HOME and call Health Services at (864) 503-5191 if you are sick, have been exposed to, or have tested positive for COVID-19. Reach out for mental health and academic support if needed.
Campus is open with indoor mask requirements, social distancing, enhanced cleaning and disinfection, and reduced occupancy in classrooms and residence halls.
Wear face coverings, physically distance 6 feet, clean hands regularly. STAY HOME and call Health Services at (864) 503-5191 if sick, exposed, or testing positive for COVID-19. Reach out for mental health and academic support if needed.
Learn about our campus safety status levels.
The COVID-19 monitor is a dashboard that reflects details about current conditions on the USC Upstate campus. The dashboard and campus safety status will be updated with the latest information on Fridays. Data is collected from Thursday to Thursday each week and university leadership uses this information to determine the campus alert level.