Office of Student Life at USC Upstate

Office of Student Involvement

Involvement and Leadership Development

The Office of Student Involvement helps you make the most of your time at USC Upstate so that, upon graduation, you are fully prepared for the next step in your career path.  The classroom experience and your academic work are at the core of that preparation but you are able to do so much more!

The Office of Student Involvement helps connect you to the University, to other students and, to the community. We're here to help you have fun, build relationships, gain marketable experience, and develop skills that employers seek. We invite you to look around and find out how you are going to get involved here at USC Upstate!

Get Involved

More than 70 registered student organizations.

Fraternity and Sorority Life

USC Upstate is home to 13 active Greek-letter fraternities and sororities.

Leadership and Service

Our leadership and service programs help to provide resources and increase the skills necessary to be an effective student leader and an active community participant.

Intercultural Education and Engagement

Intercultural Education and Engagement strives to educate, support, and cultivate an inclusive campus community

Student Policies and Procedures

Please review our campus policies and procedures.

As you explore the possibilities that we currently offer at Upstate, please feel free to reach out if you have questions or need additional information.  If by chance, you don’t see what you are looking for in terms of a club, organization, or other engagement opportunity, just Contact Office of Student Involvement.  We would love to talk with you about starting a new student organizations or connecting you with one of our amazing colleagues across campus. 

The Office of Student Involvement has three main goals.  We exist to ensure that:

  1. Students will experience a sense of belonging and connection to the University; being more likely to persist and graduate. 
  2. Students will engage in experiential learning opportunities that facilitate the cultivation of a more complex and accurate understanding of their own intersectional identity development.
  3. Students will develop professional and interpersonal skills through involvement in student organizations, leadership experiences, service opportunities, workshops, and other experiences.